Today we put our house on the market, and we're planning to move upto Yorkshire later this year, pending a number of things happening in the correct order.
I've been spending a bit of time updating my media collection recently, and getting it all organised.
I'm sort of coming to the horrible conclusion that films are just sort of...getting worse? When I sort the collection I have by year I have an unbroken list from 1977 through to 2022. The first couple of years are sparse, but from 1984 onwards its incredibly hard to pick a "Movie of the Year"...and about 2010 the list gets sparse again. Is it complete coincidence that this is when the Marvel stuff was really kicking off?
As I said, these will need to be a little fluid, as I'm not quite out of the woods yet physically.
I strongly recommend you never break your shoulder. Prevention is better than cure, and all that.
So much of my life is outside of my control. Naturally family comes first and they need me to drop everything on a regular basis. So I got a bunch of stuff that I hope to do. I wouldn't go as far as saying goals. They're listed in order of importance. Stuff near the top more likely than stuff at the bottom.
I'm over 80 now and I want to loose a bit to get into a more healthy weight. I can be disciplined about what I eat, so with the one below, this should be ok.
Had a quick go on this earlier and have some initial thoughts
They unlocked the new grenades from the get go no missions to get them just pay the cost and materials and they're unlocked
Mincer grenade quite fun
The new plague disposal mechanic is interesting but annoying single player
Recorded these timelapses of the trip I took a month or so ago on the Coastal Starlight (fancy name for a pretty mundane train) to Seattle to go to PAX West.
A few months ago, Google finally introduced an interface for adding proper Google Street View submissions (getting a solid blue line, not just single Photo Spheres or Photo Paths). I have a friend diligently adding in off-road bike routes throughout the Chilterns. I saw a HUGE opportunity to "claim" an island!
So I did (in part at least)
Cult of the lamb is a very strange game with a somewhat twisted sense of humor and a very distinctive art style. Elements of games like Hades or Dead Cells with roguelike dungeon runs added to a settlement builder where you manage resources and cultists akin to something like Stardew or Oxygen Not Included with this very distinct paper cut out in 3d graphics like Don't Starve with cute music and sprites and this very dark sense of humor.
It's the late 90's (more specifically, I think 1999). I'm a young, naive 24-year old. I've had a couple of tattoos (once on my sternum at Uni, and one on my neck at the only tattoo parlour in Reading...Ians, near Chatham Street). I've got some piercings (my tongue, eyebrow, and one nipple (twice, brielfy...)).
So Diablo Immortals is smashing records left and right unfortunately they are records for worst user score with it currently in the top 5 of the worse scored games of all time on metacritic.
I wasn't expecting much from this late season April fools joke given it was NetEase and Blizzard two terrible companies their powers combined for double awful mobile game nonsense.
But what has come out is worse than most people even guessed at.