I really enjoy 1 thing! I get through my day by making a do to list in the morning. As long as I cross off 1 thing I consider the day a success. I also really enjoy Logan's writing style and this is a good place to see at least a little of it.
@aetataureate Agree with both of you! And I hesitate to pay $10 for a 2-3 hour movie.
I tend to calculate a cost-effectiveness for my games (I am strange), so I prefer longer ones. But that doesn't necessarily mean the story is 100 hours long. If a game is short but I want to play it over and over again that works too! For example, Bastion is a short game at the $15 price point, but is (1) amazing, and (2) re-playable both for the story and the way you play it. And the Assassin's Creed games have stories you can get through in a few hours but if you do everything (pirating!) it can be a much longer experience.
How soft is it? It's Vagisoft! I now have to figure out the combination of emoticons to represent the face I am making.
@Caitlin with a C Pretty much my exact experience. For me, they are interesting things that might be useful/helpful to me, but are not in the grand scheme all that important. As someone with graduate degrees and a full time job, the payoff of the course is often not worth the time investment. And if I don't finish the 1st time there is always another chance in the next few months.
I have received $1.25 from deposit interest! In a separate check from the deposit return. Which was strange and the only reason I remember the amount. Otherwise I usually get about a dollar or two in with the returned deposit.
@nutmeg We used to have the $5 Tuesday movie theater! It was super awesome. Then another company bought them out and got rid of it. Now I don't go to the movies as much. See how that works theater company!
Books I have looked at at amazon or barnes and noble but not yet purchased. And Bravissimo/Pepperberry a clothing store for busty women, which I don't mind as that is pretty much where my clothes come from these days.
@gl I am pretty sure buildings need to be kept above 59F, if you are in the US you may be able to look into an OSHA complaint?
The problem with game theory is that it leaves out the "how not to be a dick" variable. It is interesting to see the games where the contestants beat the strategy, presumably with a knowledge of grocery costs.