I don’t really want to talk about anything anymore, other than Final Fantasy XIII. It’s okay though, because I misinterpret signals. For instance, with your dull expression and glazed eyes, I’m assuming that you’re totally stoked that I’m rambling about it again. Like, how, you know, Lightning is totally sweating on me. And she’s gorgeous. And I bet she has like a futuristic spaceship, and she listens to Mastodon, and she seriously loves when I fart and get crumbs everywhere.
Monday Morning Commute. Every Monday I’m going to detail the various things I’m either currently or will be watching, reading, playing, and listening to in the next seven days. It’s Monday. You’ve got a long week of school, work, or compulsive masturbation to get through. Tell me the arts that you’re indulging in, to stave off suicide.
Playing / Mass Effect (Yes, Fucking Still.)
It’s amazing how much of Mass Effect I didn’t get through the first seventeen times I played it. That said, I didn’t really miss anything. Every sidequest is leads you to the same shitty fucking bunker. With the same arrangement, save for the placement of boxes that serve as cover for you and whatever enemy they have you going after. It’s good be brushing up on the storyline before I play through the sequel, but other than that, I would title this playthrough, “Compiling A List of Faults with Mass Effect.”
Reading / Nemesis
I’ve already jerked off over Nemesis today. But aside from re-reading Altered Carbon and a handful of monthly comic books, nothing is going on. So I’d just like to once again point out that Mark Millar co-opting the concept of Tony Stark and/or Bruce Wayne and turning them into a sociopath has the potential to be grand. It doesn’t hurt that Steve McNiven, one of my favorite pencillers is handling the artwork.
Watching / Dexter
I’m really digging on Dexter this season. There’s only one episode left, and that is leaving me a frowning clown. I have no idea how they’re going to reconcile the Trinity plot line as well as give the viewers the requisite set-up for next season. Also, am I the only one thinking that it may be a Quinn and Deborah superteam that eventually brings down das Bay Harbor Butcher?
This season has been totally, like, fabulously super-tense and extraordinary in the creep quotient. I am simultaneously excited to see how it ends, and saddened that it will be leaving the airwaves for ten months or whatever.
What are you guys up to, like totally, and woah, and stuff?