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Well now, been a while hasn't it?
In one week one of the biggest co-op series for this generation will come out and there will be millions of people grabbing their buddies and jumping in to live, die, and kill together.
So the GF surprised me this weekend and unfortunately I never got a chance to post up the final blog of the 31/31. I didn't forget, just ended up with a lot to do this weekend. Anyways, I suppose you'll want me to be getting on with it all. Well how about we do just that.
Family? Not always. The fact of the matter though is a lot of who we are are the people that we associate ourselves with. The people we interact with on a daily basis and see day in day out. Those people make us in part who we are.
I wonder how many people reading this are below college age. Never having gone out and been on their own in the world. I suppose that also applies to people like myself that have never gone away to college either, but we'll ignore the technicalities for now. I ask this because the world is different when you step away from home. How much of it do we know about that though when we're still where we started?
Well try #2 at this. Last time I went and accidentally clicked a link to youtube when I was putting in pictures and navigated away from my draft. I suppose that is the issue with being on a fast computer though...
Wow so that was a lot of spam yesterday. I don't know who all saw it but wow, I haven't seen that much since last year. Thankfully it all got cleaned up and the blogging was back in business. Good thing we have the updated security and mod tools.
I am not like most. I don't really have a favorite type of music. I know I'm so strange, or something like that. I have certain bands I like, others I love, and some music I can't stand, but overall I have to say my taste is surprisingly varied.
There are three books in The Divine Comedy. You have the first book, Inferno, which is about hell. The second book, Purgatorio, which is purgatory. And finally the last book, Paradiso which is through heaven. It's a wonderful allegory and I hope you enjoy it because it is the subject of today's blog.
A little late, but you guys understand. After all not every day you get to play Borderlands with some awesome people of the community (Seriously had an awesome time Jeremy and Blake. We'll do it again soon).