11 months ago
Stage 1: Honeymoon
OH MY GOD I HAVE A JOB AS A DJ I'VE MADE IT IN MY CAREER, THIS IS THE HAPPIEST I'VE EVER BEEN
Stage 2: Complacency
Eh, it's a job. Pay's nice but the hours kinda suck. I miss weekends.
Stage 3: Hatred
If all of the regulars died today, I might not put in my two weeks.
1 year ago
Age: 20 years, 11 months, 19 days.
From: Las Vegas, Nevada, College in Meadville, Pennsylvania.
Date Joined: 7/27/06
Last Signed in: Today, dipshit.
Rooster Teeth Content:
First Rooster Teeth Video you saw: RvB Ep1.
Last Podcast you watched: ??? I listened to a few that one time.
Favorite member of the Rooster Teeth Cast & Crew: Jack, I imagine.
Did you watch a RT video today: No. I'm sorry I'm writing a thesis. Never do it. Save yourself.
Favorite RT Series: RvB still.
Favorite RT Video: the office tour because I'm unoriginal and lame.
Current Number Of Notifications: 0
Name of first Journal: xbox live filled weekend. (I didn't know what the shift key was back then apparently)
Name of your latest Journal: Another Year.
Last Photo you uploaded: My logo, two years ago, thanks Daft.
Last Thread you commented on: IDK.
First group in your group list: All Things Simmons.
Last Private message sent to: Opal123
Gamer Score:I don't have an XBOX anymore.
Team Lads or Team Gents: TEAM LAAAAADS
Favorite Achievement Hunter: Ryan.
Minecraft Skin: Sarge.
Favorite AH show: Let's Play GTA
Favourite Group: RT LV
Have you gone to a community event: Not an official one, no.
Have you gone to RTX: Never been to a con.
Favorite Fellow Community member: Depends. @The_Typer isn't really a community member anymore, so @kriss for sure. Love her.
Tag Others: @BuckeyeDon @The_Typer, @YourMom
1 year ago
I think one of the major benefits to the technology revolution, and services like Skype and other IM clients, as well as the main benefit of online gaming, and social media, like Steam or Facebook, is not the ability to read every single minute detail of a person's life, but to keep a connection with old friends. Notice I didn't say reconnect. I'll explain what I mean.
My best friend from high school is coming to visit me in Pennsylvania here in a couple weeks. We both go to different colleges, we both study completely different things, and our college friend groups look nothing alike. In two years our interests have changed drastically, we're both completely different people. Without Skyping with each other, or playing Steam games together we'd be "He was my bff from High School, I wonder how he's doing" instead of "He's my bff from HS, and we're totally hanging out soon I can't wait."
Reconnecting with Andy would be different because we just are so different now. But because we didn't go from very similar to very different in one conversation, we're able to still enjoy the things that make us similar AS WELL AS the things that make us unique. I really think Steam and Skype are to thank for that. I don't know if I'd be Andy's friend now without them. The tech revolution can bring people closer together if they work for it. Remember, we're seeing each other in person in July, and we're planning on going to see the Niagara Falls, cause he's never been. We still DO human interaction things.... but to bridge the gap when we can't, we enjoy Skype and Steam to help keep us close.