I haven't heard much Muse, but from what I've heard, I like it.Wait...you like Muse? If so, that's awesome!
So here's a question: What do you do while writing to keep you focused?
I don't know, really. It's not just lizards, though - I also like turtles and snakes. If it's reptilian, I'll think it's kind of cool.Why do you like lizards?
From... what, more than 20 years ago? It's hard to remember that far, sonny!My sister has a lizard, actually.
How did your first date go?
Not at all. It occurred to me, after I posted that, that that was my first date with the woman who would later become my wife. I have had dates with other girls before then... but they tended to be unremarkable, predictable dinner-and-a-movie or dinner-and-high-school-dance type affairs. I can barely remember them. So sometimes a "bad" first date could turn out to be the best, because it will give you and your significant other something to laugh about years down the road.ARE FIRST DATES ALWAYS THE WORST???!!!
Sounds interesting! I wonder about the theology behind it, though. I was under the impression that Adam had to fall in order for humanity to progress spiritually. Basically, if Adam had not eaten of the fruit of knowledge of good and evil, none of us would be here. He and Eve would still be hanging around nekkid in the garden, petting all the furry creatures.Essentially, you play a Guardian (human, but imbued with holy light), who's job is to fight in the war against darkness. Gamewise, it'll involve exploring (cities, caves, forests, ships), purging creatures and people of darkness, fighting a war, or "questing" (for lack of a better term) depending on the mission. It's set in an alternate universe running parallel to ours, except their "Adam" didn't fall, so in the absence of war, disease, and death, their society grew rapidly technologically, and they spread to the whole universe. Only later (in our history, when Jesus rose from the grave) did someone on their side open the door to sin, and start the war.
Indeed. We had that problem earlier today, in fact.Losing your notepad can be problematic?
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