Tuesday, December 22, 2009


The other day I was spending some time tending my typically inactive Steam account, when I noticed that my pal Adam hasn't been online for nearly a year. See, his computer broke, and despite computer knowledge running through his veins, he's taken this as an opportunity to jettison himself free from the digital realm. Of course, in the meantime, he's purchased a cell phone that does just about everything but run Steam. So I let him know, and he tells me to remind him the moment it turns 365. I guess he think's it's fun being an internet recluse.

It's not so much for me. Of course this issue transcends being able to play a round of Half-Life, but a while back, my computer broke, among other things. I haven't logged on to AIM in ages. I've got e-mails to respond to, and work to do. I don't feel particularly good about my absence. But hey, I'm now on the internet talking about it, so that's a step.

It's been a year now. Congratulations Adam. Now go fix your fucking computer.


  1. This fool can't afford to fix his computer cuz he wastes it all on his lame friends, what a shame. I understand he never has more then $100 in his bank account :\
    He's no Jew I'll tell you that

  2. :\ nope, Jew he is not... nor much of anything else