Huzzah, yet another year has passed by. Wait, is that a good thing? Fuck, I don’t want to get older 😦 …ugh.
Here are some updates and shit.
Tax season is starting up which means holy fuck work.
I’ve decided against continuing accounting classes due to not really wanting to be an accountant, though I am capable. So, Monday I begin two classes that are computer related. One is like intro to databases and the other is something something programming something, or something (Don’t judge me!).
I got a kitty cat and I am in the process of getting her to recognize that her new name is Frogdog. Plus I’m totally gonna upload a picture of her and submit it to reddit for karma because “zomg i totally rescued this kitty before it was killed!!111”
I have also started watching the show Community (I know, I’m late to the party) and it is fucking awesome!
I’m not sure if I’ve stated my SWTOR business here yet so here it goes.
I am in the guild Macto, empire side, Grand Master Zym server. I have a 30 Mercenary that I’ve stopped playing and a 33 Marauder that I love deeply. Originally our guild was scheduled to be Republic under the name Macto Madidus, but I haven’t even made a Republic character yet lol. So we kinda have some people playing Republic and a good amount of people playing Empire on the same server.
Then we still have people playing WoW and raiding on the old schedule, Sun, Mon, Wed nights. Which is cool and all, but, I know that a lot of the people expected to raid in WoW, want to play SWTOR instead. They’ve even canceled their WoW subs and are counting down the days til it expires and they can legitimately not show up for the raid without someone logging into SWTOR and seeing them playing. That isn’t even what bothers me though. What bothers me is the people that go and raid in WoW that don’t really want to say they’re only doing it because if they don’t then nobody else gets to raid. So the 5 people that are still wanting to raid in WoW get to do so because 5 people from SWTOR who don’t want to raid are in fact raiding. Well, this is awkward. Just talked to my buddy, one of the few who help the other but want to SWTOR, and last night guild leader notified everyone that my friend and two others were probably quitting WoW for SWTOR. Kind of a big blow to the WoW raids since they’re losing their top DPS/tanks, but shit, I’m gonna be playin SWTOR with them so I find it difficult to care.
What is the deal with everyone racing? I mean I know I’ve been guilty of it in the past and I don’t know why I cared so much, but how is it fun to finish the game in one month?
I leave you with the best reason I can think of to watch Community.