Not Dead

I’m still alive. I’ve managed to get myself horribly addicted to a stupid video game. I’m going to work through this, maybe get myself on some therapy and medication, and I’ll be back to blogging in no time. I do want to get in on this Childhood Trauma Tuesday action, so perhaps I’ll be back later today. I have a collection of traumas to share, all with a common theme.

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8 responses to “Not Dead”

  1. Jason Avatar

    I know what that’s like. I was a World of Warcraft junkie for about 6 months.Now my computer is too old to play anything. Maybe that’s a good thing. Not sure.

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    I know what that’s like. I was a World of Warcraft junkie for about 6 months.Now my computer is too old to play anything. Maybe that’s a good thing. Not sure.

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  3. Harry J. Sachz Avatar

    that is a good thing jimmy, financially and socially…hows the game btw phronk?.. i’ve heard good things…

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    that is a good thing jimmy, financially and socially…hows the game btw phronk?.. i’ve heard good things…

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  5. Captain Bee Avatar

    Battlefield 2 is way too addictive.

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    Battlefield 2 is way too addictive.

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  7. Phronk Avatar

    Haha yeah Jimmy, this Oblivion game has replaced my World of Warcraft addiction for now. So it would probably suck you in too…whatever you do, don’t upgrade your computer.Sachz: In addition to being addictive, it’s also a really great game. There are annoying technical issues (stuttering, load times, framerate drops), but it’s so fun that you don’t notice them. I’ve really never been compelled to stay up late into the night playing a game before this one, so that says something.Bee: Nice. I’d better avoid it then…though a free demo for the Xbox 360 version just came out…uh oh.

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    Haha yeah Jimmy, this Oblivion game has replaced my World of Warcraft addiction for now. So it would probably suck you in too…whatever you do, don’t upgrade your computer.Sachz: In addition to being addictive, it’s also a really great game. There are annoying technical issues (stuttering, load times, framerate drops), but it’s so fun that you don’t notice them. I’ve really never been compelled to stay up late into the night playing a game before this one, so that says something.Bee: Nice. I’d better avoid it then…though a free demo for the Xbox 360 version just came out…uh oh.

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