Can I habe pizza pls?
Seriously though. Hi guys.
It seems like my journals aren't very popular...But whatever. I've been posting them this long, so I might as well keep going.
Things have been really nuts, but I'm hoping they'll calm down soon...a lot has happened since my last few journal entries, though most of it is either mundane or too personal to really talk about. So anyways, having said that...I do have ONE cool update:
I think I'm finally getting good internet!! At least, for the duration of my stay in SD. That will only be two more years at most, and quite possibly I will move back for good before that....since I left, my homeland has been reaching out to me. There are just some things you can't get out of your blood, and Alaska is one of them. That's not to say I won't ever visit again, but my first home will always be Alaska. And my second...well, that isn't relevant either.
So yeah, there is that. In other news, my cousin and I started a gaming group on Steam for the hardy herons of Alaska called FNI Gaming™
, which is pretty awesome. He wants to make it into something big, as do I, so we'll see where that goes...We just made it and already there's six of us, so it's a start! When I return, it's entirely probable that I'll be organize gaming events under its banner. That'd be something new and exciting for me to do, certainly.
I've also been playing Star Wars: The Old Republic. FINALLY, as I've been wanting to play it ever since it came out. It's pretty awesome, I love all the options (As always, thank you Bioware!) and diversity. All I can say is if you love Star Wars, and have the HDD space, you should try it. David Hayter voices the Male Jedi player option! : D
Hmm, what else...I've been improving my Japanese little by little. Most of the knowledge, hilariously enough, comes through my interactions with my Japanese friends, and I haven't even finished mastering hiragana (my kanji is virtually non-existent as well). But I AM learning, and learning is exciting. The (possibly) biggest thing I've learned so far is that you cannot separate the language from the culture, especially when much of your experience comes from a native Japanese speaker...so through those interactions, their ideals and culture has rubbed off onto me a little bit. Funny how that works.
Oh, and I saw Rurouni Kenshin: Kyoto Inferno!! It was AWESOME
!! I won't say anything beyond that (except that Tatsuya Fujiwara makes an awesome Shishio) even though I don't know if any of you are Kenshin fans, but they certainly made it an amazing movie. I cannot wait to see the last one. :'D
Anyways...yeah. How are you guys, anything new? (Really, feel free to comment; I don't bite. much.