Remember this day. Remember how terrible it was. Now, when you have a really good day in the future, close your eyes and imagine you were back in time to this shit day. It’ll feel real good. Now you have something to look forward to.
As much as I love PCs, I’ve been thinking about saving up and getting a solid-state Mac Mini for my media projects. Everyone always tells me that they are slick, fast, reliable, and pretty much built almost exclusively for heavy resource projects like mine.
Can I get any tips from Mac fans out there?
Up until this point, I was never able to save my games and had to start from the beginning every time I played them. Now that I have a memory card, which PS1 games should I get? Like, which are the best or most essential that you’ve all played that I must play?
What should you do?
This is what you do: Don’t come to me for relationship advice. I know not of you, your relationship, or your ex-significant other. Just because I have some small internet fame to my name doesn’t make me an expert on the arts of getting over a petty relationship. And, even if I wanted to give such advice, I would not give said advice to you because you choose to be anonymous. I would have at least considered it if you were a user and helped you out with a private message. If I’m going to give personal relationship advice, let’s make it personal. Relationships are never general, each case is unique. I’m no dating counselor, but this is what I will say, all generalities inclusive:
Unless you are 80 years old, live on a deserted island, have a terminal illness, and have absolutely no chances left with any member of your species, YOU WILL FUCKING GET OVER IT. Forget about what you want, because what you need has a tendency to fall into your lap when you least expect it to.