Oh trust me, I AM alive! AND I've graduated this past Saturday! Sadly, my laptop's adapter broke 11 days ago and since my laptop lived on a direct power outlet, I can't turn on my laptop at all. My Toshiba is the only laptop with the Skype feature. This laptop (an old Dell) is all I have for now until I get a new adapter. I miss you D: I miss Thai too! Hope you guys a
hey there. You may be able to find Dirk Gently on a site here from Australia: iview. It is our national broadcaster and they put most stuff up on the net to watch at later dates. This may be of some assistance. btw nice song choice.
My goodness. Well, I'll admit.. I come online here just to see those who I've recently met. Like you. And Sei. And Muff. And... well you get the idea (:
Hey! That sounds nice! Going over to Sei's house! ^-^
Aw man D: At least you'r sleeping these days! Yay! I tend to be online all day. Like I'll just leave it on idle. Depending on school though, I either get home at 2:30 or 3:30 and won't log in till 4:00 pm on those days.
Lost interest in Gaia! Oh great, so now we're boring people?! D: I thought we were friends... T____T </3
As an admirer of Adams work, I see no problem with the movie. The original tv series had 6 episodes, and that tried to cover the trilogy when it was only in 3 parts. Both compliment the book, and the authors intention. 42 still holds up as the answer to the ultimate question. And movies made now seem to have to cater to everyone to make a buck, so it may not be pure, but it is indeed watchable. I watch it maybe 3 times a year, and never grow bored. The books will always offer more than what any movie can, since it also relies a lot on the reader and their ability to immerse themselves. I wish I could read more Philip K d**k novels, but I don't like the way he writes. But the s**t he suggests just blows my mind.