I’m visiting some family that live by Amish country. It answered a question I’ve had. There’s actually surprisingly great cell reception.
I have a surprising amount of friends at SDCC this year. But I always think, ‘I could buy this, and this and this, and this!’ Is it really worth going once (as a fan, forget that table jazz)? Or should I save up for a Cintiq Companion?
Your input is highly appreciated, because Project: Evan wants a Cintiq Companion is super tempting.
Me: well, I can tell you that Aunt Patty gave me a copy of Cutthroat Island for my Game Gear. So…a while.
Mom: Cutththroat Island…wow, that IS a long time.
My mom was explaining Animal Crossing to my grandma, which was insanely adorable. Grandma got stuck on the idea of you having to buy things for/from the animal neighbors. ‘Why don’t they get a job? Your character has a job. If they got one, maybe they’d stop asking you for things.’ My mom kept playing later, and grandma said, ‘You’re addicted to games, like the kids I see on the bus. All they do is look down at their games.’
Grandma on a woman on a movie: ‘What’s wrong with that woman’s lip? Does she have the herpes?’ Me: ‘Her husband hit her.’ Grandma: ‘Oh…’
Grandma on my comic career: ‘That commercial that was on, for the galaxy movie? That said Marvel, and that’s the comic company, right?’ Me: ‘yes, one in the same!’ Grandma: ‘You should go to them, we’re close to New York. Show them your art and get a job with them. I’m sure they would have lots of jobs for you.’
Grandma: clap clap clap Me: ‘Oh, did you like the movie?’ Grandma: ‘No, I’m clapping because it’s over.’