I know I like to play the "I don't like/care about narrative in games" card, and then usually explain it as either being because video games have bad writing, or because I don't have the patience to sit through non-interactive bits in an interactive medium, but in reality I think my inability to enjoy storytelling is maybe symptomatic of a broader antipathy towards communication as a whole.
In theory there's nothing really stopping me from playing a game for the story and not the gameplay in situations where the gameplay's not really obnoxious or anything.
Or maybe I've just learned to hate video game stories and refuse to play them for the narrative out of some pretentious bullshit to make me feel better than everyone else. I don't know.
My left earphone has suddenly stopped working. It is a sad day for Darilon :(
My own fault for buying cheap ones but I get them caught in door handles(bane of my existance) often enough that I prefer playing safe and buying cheap. I hate that you can slowly feel them die on you. First stage has you twisting the wire slightly until you can hear from both. Stage two leaves you with only one side working and stage three leaves you with the horror of silence.
I don't think paying more is going to make your headphones/earbuds more resilient to breakage. I wrecked a $70ish pair of Sennheisers about two or three months after I got them when I accidentally yanked the cord out of my laptop and bent the jack.
So basically now I just stick to the 20 dollar Sony earbuds I've had for like two years because the Sennheisers didn't really sound any better anyway and weren't comfortable.
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And then I stumbled onto the Amazon store page for Jorvet J0109 J-Lube Obstetrics Lubric Powder for Pets, 10-Ounce.
EVERYTHING IS WONDERFUL.
--- edit2 ---http://www.packworld.com/package-type/bagspouches/shelf-doritos-gamer-packs-function-multiple-levels
I'm adding packworld.com to the list I have the Jorvet on, and adding the Doritos boxbag to the list I have k-cups on.