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Shuruia

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About Shuruia

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  • Birthday 12/25/1996

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  1. Nothing has really changed for me in the short-term since I'm used to living like a hermit. The timing of this outbreak is very bad for me though since I've recently made a lot of progress towards breaking out of this kind of lifestyle (mainly sorting through some legal issues), but now I need to stay cooped up for potentially another six months. I also can't go to therapy since they're closed to reduce stress on my country's national healthcare system. At least I get to be lazy for a while longer. It's a double-edged sword, really.
  2. Gotta be ready to dodge that sniper bullet since I got a spot between my eyes. I think my thumb could take him in a fight...
  3. Your brain is simultaneously big and small.
  4. Mejilla's Covers

    Could you make some covers that are stereo? I'm assuming these covers are made on only the right audio channel and that my headphones aren't acting up. These are pretty good, though! You have a very nice voice.
  5. I don't know who you are, but I know your struggle. Always keep people around who you can trust when you feel down, because talking to them during your low points helps. I'm starting to go to therapy for my own anxiety and depression (which recently got much worse). It's still an early thing for me, so I can't give you a fully valid anecdote about its effectiveness yet. Nonetheless, it might be something you could give a try if you haven't already. If you've been seeing doctors, be careful of prescribed medication. I know someone who took meds for their depression and it was fairly successful for her, but I also know some people where the meds just made things worse. It may be something good for you, but keep in regular contact with your doctor about the effects if you go down this route. Be strong, okay?
  6. Saying that your religion is Agnosticism, Atheism or Pantheism is like saying you live in the city of Train, Bus or Bicycle. (not religions reeeeeee)
  7. I feel as though Valve is missing an opportunity by not making a fully fledged VR Portal game. By the way, is that the best article you could find? "Alyx is the name of a character in the earlier Half-Life games." This is written in a very misleading way since there are two Half-Life games (four if you count the HL2 episodes) and Alyx is in the later one. I figured that's not how they meant it, but it degrades the quality of the writing nonetheless. "But like the rest of the universe he has not been properly seen since 2007, when the latest Half-Life game was released." Alyx is female. The guy who wrote the article must have just Googled her name for some fast facts and assumed her to be male by her name. I get that not everyone is a gamer, but a little research goes a long way in journalism. These might seem like petty gripes, but people like this are paid to write these articles. This is like getting paid to write a mediocre 200-word essay in high school. Game journalism is a joke.
  8. Keep in mind that you are supposed to be on a break. It sucks that you always have to be on standby for these somewhat frequent network issues.
  9. I don't really have an opinion on this, but it's always nice for games to be available on more platforms so they can reach a wider audience.
  10. Science doesn't explain things that don't exist because it doesn't work that way. If you're referring to people's perception of such things, there is no "can be" or "will be"; there are already explanations for those. As for myself, I'm afraid I don't have an interesting answer to this thread since I don't believe in anything supernatural whatsoever.
  11. When my grandfather died, he left me a sum of money as inheritance. As my grandmother was giving me the money, she very specifically told me to not let my mother anywhere near the money because she knew that my mother would try to weasel her way into taking the money for herself. I was younger and more naïve back then, so I didn't think much of it. It turned out she was right, since my mother put all of the money into her own bank account and used it to start a business without telling me first. She said that she was doing it for me and that it was the best use of the money. The business failed a couple of years later after my mother turned into an alcoholic and disappeared. I haven't seen her since. My regret was being naïve and not listening to my grandmother, even though it's normal for teenagers to be naïve or to trust their parents.
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