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  2. The PantsPod was actually cursed, and taking it out of the pocket unleashed a curse--anyone who uses that iPod is urged to collect them for eternity. That, or I'm trying to excuse why I bought two iPods in one day. I grabbed an iPod Mini from Goodwill, intending to open it up and put flash...
  3. I think it's weird, what little memories end up really making an impact on you, and sticking around with you for years. I recall plenty of things from my childhood, but one thing that stands out most is the moment I got my GBA SP. When I was little, my parents were living tenuously, beyond just...
  4. So, my mom likes to shop at goodwill. She buys random stuff from time to time, and yesterday, she bought some jeans. I was restless and couldn't sleep, so I decided to do some chores and tire myself out. When I was putting the laundry, and those jeans in the wash, I noticed there was something...
  5. my cat has feline pan leukemia the survival rate is awful I’m admitting him to the hospital because I love him so much and it’s unfair and life sucks but that’s how it is but just please pray or share energy or love or happy thoughts help for my cat please it’s contagious and my others might...
  6. Wow, what a first-world problem. I have to stay up for the next 24hrs caring for a critical condition cat, and I have had ALL the caffeine. I'm antsy about having to put a needle in the little kitten in an hour. Rather than be productive about writing, I felt like typing words into the abyss of...
  7. Last month, my dog Nopey passed away after 16 amazing years of friendship. It's a loss that I know I won't ever fully heal from, but each day, the pain lessens, even just a tiny bit. The worst part is the lack of his presence in the house. and while I might want to adopt another dog one day,...
  8. [ATTACH] No matter what happens in life, no matter what, I'll always love my dog. My best friend, my buddy. He's the best, he's better than any human could ever be. Sixteen years on this earth, and it wasn't enough, it'll never be enough. But in those sixteen years, he lived the best...
  9. When it came to 2020 wrapping up, I was left wondering what games I'd initially been hyped for, what games I'd dismissed as boring, or games I'd thought would just suck. I wanted to make this blog just for myself, so I could check back in around a year from now, and see how it all turned out!...
  10. i can’t take this anymore. I love my cats, I really do. But I’m questioning what and why and how and what. For, you see, they have a bone to pick with Sennheiser. Every time there’s a Sennheiser cord, their little kitten brains lock onto it. And they won’t stop until they have CONSUMED...
  11. If I live through today may I never deal with troubleshooting the government’s tech problems ever again. It all started with a phone call. My mom, who works with a city government, needed me to help set up something for the senior citizen division. They bought a VR headset for the seniors to...
  12. Neither of my parents have been what you could consider "gamers". My dad has only ever played video games at the behest of kid-Chary desperately wanting a P2 for Super Smash Bros, while my mom stood in line for the launch day of Sonic 2 on the Genesis, loved it to death, and then promptly never...
  13. Given the crazy state of the world, a lot of people are unemployed, out of work, unable to do anything as the coronavirus wreaks its havoc. My dad is part of those unfortunate set of people, especially due to his age and all his health complications. We're lucky that he was only working mostly...
  14. Let me preface this by saying, yes, I fully understand the reason why publishers tend to have this drip-feed mentality. It keeps players coming back, it entices those who don't own the game to pick it up because a neat new feature was added. It helps put the game back in the headlines slightly...
  15. cache /kaSH/ noun: an information technology for the temporary storage (caching) of Web documents, such as Web pages, images, and other types of Web multimedia, to reduce server lag. I still have not healed from the emotional trauma that this incident has brought upon me. But I feel the need...
  16. We've previously established in dad-blogs that my father loves birds. Like, birds bring him utter joy. To the point where he yoinked one out of a parking lot and brought it home and turned it into a pet. That, in his complete excitement at finally owning a bird for himself, he struggled through...