I didn't even know they were dating.
3. This is not at all current academic philosophy. This is what people who still refer to things as "PC" or "un-PC" believe to be current academic philosophy.
"as is often the case, truth is less interesting than reality"
As an achiever, and regular Slashdot reader, I figured I ought to take a stab at journaling (and perhaps some other gerundings).
Wait -- I'm not supposed to read the review if I'm planning to play the game?
What if I'm not sure if I'll like the game - wouldn't reading the review be a natural way to figure out whether I should try it?
I guess if I'm undecided, I am not yet *planning* to play the game, so I should read the review. Shoot, what if I read the review and it sounds perfect for me? I will have at the same time ruined the game by exposing myself to all the spoilers.
For some reason, I have a very hard time keeping east and west straight. (I'm aces on north/south.) That's been the case for as long as I can remember, but I didn't realize how I'd come to try to accommodate that problem until I moved from the east coast (where I grew up and spent my first 25 years or so) to California.
Roughly a third of the time after the move, even when I was concentrating on going the right direction, I'd get on east-west highways going the wrong way. I was living in Davis at the time, so the usual mistake was getting on the freeway towards Sacramento when I was intending to go to San Francisco. After awhile, I realized I was thinking of east as toward the ocean and west away from it.
Since then, I've moved to central Florida, so that when I get east and west confused, I can only drive for an hour and a half or so before I run into a body of water.