"They're always like, 'That's not what happened in the books, so the show's really bad now.' But really, they just feel insecure because they're used to knowing what's coming next."»
This is starting to sound a LOT like a Sliders episode that takes place in an alternate universe where the south won the civil war and San Francisco is part of the "New Republic of Texas". »
I have never once called myself that, but I wouldn't mind doing it depending on the context. If I were to actually go to GaymerX, for instance, I might glibly refer to myself as a "gaymer". »
I don't like Kim Kardashian. I don't like the show. I have changed my mind about's people character just because they told me they like watching it. But goddamned it, I'm a gamer first and foremost and the buzz surrounding it plus the same-sex relations thing made me actually download this "game" a week or so ago.
That's one thing I'll always take pride in, my ability to admit I'm wrong on the internet. I hate the pomp and circumstance that comes with interacting with people on the internet. Just act like you would if you were talking face-to-face, which means respect and willing to change your mind. »
I know that there are such things as squatters, con-artists and bad people in general, but somehow I'm always surprised when something like this happens. The part of my brain the empathizes with other people (maybe that's my problem?) can't even fathom how you could do this and still have any self-respect. »