Hey man. I finished scripting Pallet Town but my computer got slammed by a virus. So far I've fixed it, but I lost the majority of my files. I had to restart your project because for some reason yours couldn't compile correctly. I assumed you were using curts region starter kit. I apologize for the inconvenience and I will once again begin work.
Studying at London School of Economics, and I would also be happy to NOT talk about law, considering I've just spent most of today revising it and trying to get it all into my brain. I've got a few friends at Scottish unis (some at Edinburgh, one at Aberdeen) and they all seem to like it. Whereabouts in Scotland are you from?
Hi. As part of my mandate to try and pluck up the courage to talk to online people (read this for more info), this is my formal introduction. It's nice to see a fellow lawyer-in-training gracing PC, although I wouldn't begin to comprehend Scottish law with all its weird courts and stuff like that. Hope you're OK.
I sat here trying to think of how to reply for a good fifteen minutes before I started to actually type this out, so I'm with you on that! Shame since the conversation seemed to be flowing so nicely.
I get along with people, and like to meet new people and make new friends, but if I'm not the one to initiate a conversation with them, I wonder what their intentions are. I do care what my friends think about me, and I do care what people I respect think of me, but anyone who falls outside of those two categories (which I guess are similar to an extent), I really don't seem to care much. I don't know the word for it, or how to describe it, but sometimes that even goes so far as to enjoying disappointing them if they're expecting me; so long as it doesn't interfere with me. I guess that's kind of a catty thing to do, though, but sometimes I can't really help it.
I wouldn't have expected you to come across as that from our conversation. You remind me a lot of two friends I have. One's from Scotland as well, and she generally has the same approach to life as you. She has a lot of similarities. She comes across like a *****, at times, but she's a saint. She doesn't have trouble speaking her mind, she's friendly once you get to know her, and she really knows how to stick up for herself. The other one's a high school friend of mine.
For me, I really dislike society's approach for a lot of things. I'm a rebel in that sort. But it's mainly at their views of gender stereotyping and relates a great deal to how society reacts to people who are different. I guess in a way I'm grateful that it's the way it is, and how people are different tend to get passed by with strange looks, and have the most extraordinary talents and abilities. Whereas, most of the people I know who follow the views of society and try to fit in and be liked without expressing individuality of any sort are people I'm mainly aiming at trying to make a statement against. Though, I don't really do much about it, I have to say. But it is something I'd certainly like to be more proactive about! One of my friends has a hard time accepting people who are different, more eccentric about their appearance and their ways of life, and I'm trying to get them to be a little more open minded and accepting of those types of people. I guess that's a start, though!
Say, law was one of the things I was thinking about going into! Law, art, business, and culinary. I went to away for college back around August of last year, but some things happened and I eventually ended up coming back home. I enrolled at the community college until I felt that I was ready to either go back to college where I was before, or go to a different school entirely. I was planning on going back to the college I was at before, but right when I was about to finally make a decision, I found another college that really peaked my interest in going away for school (which is something I plan on doing again when I feel ready), so I really don't want to rush going back to the college I was at before without at least experiencing what the college I recently found has to offer. Shame it's so far away, though, I'd really like to visit it.
I don't really have any ideas of what to really set as goals or things that I'd like to accomplish at the moment.
Normally, that is a tl;dr, but for you, I will did read it.
FFFFUU, that sucks man, I am sorry to hear that. But at least no one was hurt, if you didn't act so quickly and promptly, then it could have been a lot worse and manslaughter could have been added to those charges.
Naaa, I know you have tattoos and they normally reprisent some random thug, but you seen like a nice guy to me.