Probably half the people out here are playing, and every time I go to the park, every single person there is, me included. It's a pretty amazing game, but I'm starting to see a lot of team hate going around, which is gross. I'm thinking something like an NPC team rocket that occasionally takes over gyms would be a cool way to bring the player teams together and disincentivize aggression/enemy mentalities.
I joined team instinct btw - can't say no to electric type stuff.
I ALSO HAVE A FUN STORY FROM JOINING: like the beginning of basically all games, I kinda rush through the intro parts to get to actually playing. Caught my starter, a bulbas
We are quickly collecting small animals. Not only did we catch a mouse in the kitchen recently, but Brice brought home an abandoned ~8-9 day old sparrow he found in the alley at work. I have been caring for him over the past day or two and he seems preeetty okay with his situation. Seems to be handling stress alright, considering, doesn't seem sick or wounded and doesn't mind human interaction. He will even flap and wobble into my hand if I present it to him. Posting pics and things on my twitter
I ended up taking something of an accidental hiatus because Dragon Age Inquisition took over. I just HAD to load it onto my new laptop with the intent to save it for later (hint: I did not save it for later). So. Like often with large, story-heavy games I pick up, I obsess over it for roughly 2 weeks or until I finally finish it. Open world games like Elderscrolls are the worst offenders. I'm not a completionist by any means, but I am a pretty thorough player, and basically ended up doing all available side quests before reaching the next stage of the main quest.
In any case, like with every custom-character RPG, I started out making Devon s
Just got in a new laptop the other day - literally the most recent model of the one I had previously - and am pretty in love with it. Moving over didn't take long and it gave me the opportunity to tidy up all my things. Also it seems like Adobe let me activate my software without having to deactivate it on my other laptop, which was a pleasant surprise. I guess maybe the products are linked to the account and not just the computer anymore maybe?? If so, that should greatly reduce tendency of panic attacks over computer trouble for me, and is really what they should have done to begin with.
I've had no problems with Windows 10 so far and gene