This is living.

anarchist's picture

I've just been doing pretty much nothing. I finished VVVVVV and Portal 2 a while ago, and now I'm obsessed with LSD: Dream Emulator. That game keeps getting weirder and weirder. It's getting weird to the point where it's almost terrifying. It's so awesome.

Besides LSD, I've been listening to dubstep and going on occasional trips with my family. That is all. Oh, and I'm reading To Kill a Mockingbird for school, but that book is disgustingly southern.

This is a good life. I have no friends right now, and that's how I like it. I don't have to talk with anyone, other than a bit of conversation with my family members. I'm relaxingly alone, and my life is my own. No more social situations.

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ElsaGabor's picture

To Kill a Mockingbird....

Hated that shit!

javier's picture

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Consider yourself lucky. I had to read an essay on existentialism by Jean-Paul Sartre and The Stranger. Also two short stories by Stephen Crane. Well it was ap english after all.

radiosilence95's picture

Well, of course To Kill A

Well, of course To Kill A Mockingbird is way too southern. The southern states during the 30's were suffocatingly intolerant. I personally loved that book. Even if you're not big on this book for whatever reason, you at least have to appreciate its longevity, how it still holds its significance after all these decades. There's a great message with it.

Dracofangxxx's picture

I really enjoyed TKAM, actually.

You have to read it w/ the right attitude, as per any other book you read in class, however. A professor that reads into the text just perfectly would also help (which I had).
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