So it's either the climax of an epic World Cup between two countries I really like, or the exhilaration of seeing a Grand Prix on Silverstone. My dad's a car enthusiast, so maybe the latter.
Gotta hand it to this year's summer telly: IT Crowd, Mock The Week, exciting sports, that's about it. Besides that, post-college summer hasn't been up to much lately, except for wooden doors and the kitchen skinned out like a coconut.
Recently tried a hand at silly dubbing, which turned out stupider than expected. I highly doubt it'll be put on YouTube. (Those fecking copyright-reapers!)
Then there was the business with emulations and silt; where for first time in so many years, I was able to experience the first real video-game I ever played: Banjo Kazooie on the N64. However, the emulator doesn't let me save so every time I stop playing I have to start all over again. Interestingly, most of the games I wanted to play again (including Diddy Kong Racing and Blast Corps) were Rare titles. That goes some way to elaborating their presence in the gaming industry, not to mention Golden-eye.
I'm anxious to see what the University lifestyle will turn out to be. Once like the country rat in a Beatrix Potter book, then all of a sudden sharing accomodation with 4 other students and working in the city. Golly.
What to do until then... Make some more animation? Just need a solid idea, then I'll get to work.
Oh, and by the way: www.youtube.com/watch?v=LG1HvW…
- Listening to: Stuck In The Middle With You
- Watching: The IT Crowd
- Playing: Super Mario 64