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Favorite visual artistUnknownFavorite moviesToo many to listFavorite TV showsToo many to listFavorite bands / musical artistsProbably too many to listFavorite booksUnknownFavorite writersUnknownFavorite gamesToo many to listFavorite gaming platformPC, DSTools of the TradeUnknownOther InterestsToo many to list, probably
Because my dad's annexing the computer. (He finally came home today.) The reason for said annexing is related to something from February...
A request I was to do for him, but I took too long, apparently. Which resulted in him breaking a promise, me resigning from that request, and now my dad's going to do what he had requested me to do. Which means that I'll be away for who-knows-how-long.
Which is better, going hungry for six days straight or going insane from boredom within three hours of having nothing to do? >_< Obviously, food is more important, but for some people - like my dad - things like tobacco and cigarettes are more important. And killing millions of people in a video game with the volume so loud that it can be heard about eight feet away. >_<
In any case, this will cause problems. I was hoping that the first few chapters of Dragon Riders: Continuity Epsilon could be released sometime next week, but... there goes that plan.
Note to self: never plan something for an exact date. NOTHING ever goes right on that day.