Just a derp derping about and generally being a derp.
I used to really like Google. It was this reliable search engine with cool little title things on special days and an email service. Later on, they even made a web browser. Life was good.
Now they're forcing Google+ which no one uses ever into every available outlet they can and completely rewiring the setup of YouTube for no other reason than because they have the power.
And I'm just sitting here wondering where that cool company that was known for their cool search
Lately, I've gotten into this charming little MMORPG called Mabinogi. It's by the same company that made MapleStory, and shares a few characteristics. The thing is, it's 3D and features an absolutely massive world and countless things to do with your time.
Perhaps something I love the most is that you can learn whatever skills you want. Want to be a mage who also has kung-fu skills? Sure! Want to be an archer who can whip up the best stew ever? Why not? Want to be a swordsman
I am returned! After a long, long, looooooong break from the BMGf community due to life spiraling wildly out of control, I have returned to my internet roots.
Now, a few things. First off, I have no plans to resume my moderatorship. Secondly, I have no plans to continue my RPing. Sure, I'll pop in the RP discussion forums occasionally to say hello and toss my spare change at matters of dicussion, but I'll overall be hovering around various different parts of the forums.
That hiatus I was talking about in the last blog post two months ago?
Yeah, that still applies.
Things have gotten at least a bit better, but I'm still trying to put together whatever shreds of motivation I have left.
I shall return.
Most of you have likely figured this out by now, but I'm going to put an official statement here to make this official:
I'm going on a slight hiatus from BMGf. I don't know for how long. I wish I knew.
Reason being? I don't feel like clogging up my blog with self-depreciative rambling more than I do regardless, but let's just say that a whole lot of real-life issues have piled on top of me and sapped most of my motivation to do much of any forum-browsing.