I used to be social; I loved talking to people, I wanted to know everybody, and I really wanted to be able to experience other people's lives; I thought living from someone else's perspective and actually experience how they do things would be the most enlightening experience ever (an idea which obviously changed when I thought more about solipsism). But now I'm sort of antisocial, and pretty much only voluntarily communicate with strangers online (preferably at night). I do talk to people at school, but only because I'd be bored to death if I didn't, with the school's music player policy.
Now, the topic that involves your opinion more:
Ever since I thought of it, I've considered it to be the ultimate heaven, to be in an isolated little room one's entire life, and to be able to survive eternally without any food or hydration. Never seeing the outside world, or even being aware of anyone else's existence. Just a cubic room, no doors or windows, all walls, floor, and ceiling identical to each other. I wonder if that would be unpleasant. I've always thought that one wouldn't wonder about anything outside of the room, because there would be no indication of an outside world. I'd like to hear your opinion: is this absolute heaven or utter hell?
Oh, and I'd also like your opinion on the first two episodes of Season 3.
Also, the thing to do in this journal is MapCrunch. You may have heard of it, but it's a pretty cool web site that drops you in a random location on Google Maps street view. I read about this game invented based on it, in which the player sets it to hide any information of the location he or she is dropped in, and tries to find an airport with which to travel home.
I started a game earlier today, and after some travelling and some inductive reasoning (based on signs and flags on buses) I concluded that I was lost in the Vhembe District Municipality of South Africa. I failed to find an airport (or even to travel outside of the Vhembe District, which I assumed not to have a city large enough for one), but if you have a metric fuckton of freetime, you might be entertained by it:
(To hide the location details, click on the arrows on the right and select "Stealth" at the bottom. Then click the "Go" button to be dropped in a random place.)