I think SimCity for the SNES. Got me really hooked on that genre for ages.
Philly? It's still cheap enough, yet big and connected enough to have thriving subculture scenes. It's harder and harder to find small venues and small shows and the like in New York, but Philly seems to still have it.
The fans. Duh.
"Of course you can" "Well, I couldn't before!"
Truthfully? No. I can play it in the sense that I can press keys and make sounds. And I know the simplest of simplest chords. But actually play music? No. Nooooo.
Hm. First off, I need to pick a favorite movie... Probably the original Ghostbusters. But the worst thing about that is easy: Peter Venkman's creepy womanizing trying to win over Dana. Why the fuck would anyone be carrying that much Thorazine?
Both, but I usually take showers 'cause I ain't got time to sit around in the tub most days.
I did. I didn't get it.
KITTY! I wish I wasn't allergic, though.
Hm. I don't remember. Which is surprising, as I'm clumsy as heck. Mostly, I bang my knees on things, while getting up out of chairs these days.
No, but it's on the list. I've actually never been out of the country, except to Canada, and that doesn't count. Fortunately, I'll be popping that cherry in August when I go to Finland.
Some of them. Mastodon is fun. Instagram, despite being owned by Facebook, is fun. I even find my Facebook experience enjoyable enough, though I wish the company would die in a fire.
It's going okay. Quiet work day. Sun's back out, so I can go out at lunch and not get wet. Can't complain! You?
I'm not really a sportsball person. I am, however, a Philadelphia person, so if I have to pledge allegiance to any sports team, it's gonna be a Philly team in a sport I find somewhat interesting. Which means the Phillies and Flyers are my jawn.
I'm an open book... with the last couple chapters glued together, and a hole cut out into which a small lockbox has been placed.