March 4th, 2003


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While she's not willing to talk to me . . . she is apparently willing to start a livejournal and add me to her friends list.

I'm trying to come up with something witty to say here about how nothing she does will surprise me anymore, but I can't come up with anything that would be even remotely as unlikely than what she *is* doing.

Suggestions welcome. Winner gets a free LJ code if I think it's funny enough.

(update) It's worth mentioning that she's added Geli as a friend, and has been added back.

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Why do I have to keep adding interesting people who write big long entries to my friends list?

I mean, honestly. I have enough trouble keeping up as is.

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"I hope they fix the bugs before they release this game."
"Actually, the release date is the end of this month."
"That's insa" (game crashes to desktop)

Eve Online is unbelievably beautiful, has a fantastic concept, and is buggier than a day-old dead cow in the rainforest.


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Things that irritate me, Part N (where N is a number):

The concept of "put up or shut up". "Either fix it yourself or don't complain about it!" So, what, if I don't have the time to deal with something I'm not allowed to mention that it's not how I'd like it? If I don't have the money to afford something I want, I shouldn't ever mention it? If someone's getting on my nerves, I should . . . well, how *do* you "fix" someone else?

Of course, if you take this as Logical Fact and How the World Should Work, the logical extension is "If it's not your direct problem, it's not your responsibility to do anything about" . . . which I think most people would disagree with. So why is this first concept so prevalent?

I don't get it.

And yeah, this is referring to a specific incident, but I'm just realizing how often this thing is showing up in my life, which is why I'm remarking on it generally also.
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