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Comment: I think I quit gaming. :P (Score 1) 213

by antdude (#48423125) Attached to: Three-Way Comparison Shows PCs Slaying Consoles In Dragon Age Inquisition

For me, I pretty much quit video gaming. I think I got old, too BUSY, and burned out (no time and energy). I have been gaming since I was a callow ant since the late (19)70s start out with Atari 2600 and arcades. I noticed my gaming started fading after WoW came out. Once in a while, I'd play quick games like in Flash online. :D I still have Windows games (World in Conflict, SW:Battlefront, Cyrsis 1, Command & Conquer 3: Kane's Wrath, etc.) to resume and finish (not sure if I will ever will though). :(

Comment: Re:Group homes vs nursing homes (Score 1) 228

by antdude (#48408173) Attached to: The Dutch Village Where Everyone Has Dementia

I am almost 40. When I live in Christian college dorm(itorie)s, I had room and suite mates. Same for neighbors, outdoor access, and easy access to near by. I loved it, but I don't have that anymore because everyone moved out to get married, have their own families, etc. :( Of course no female mates want to marry me (still never had a date and a virgin). :(

Comment: Re:Early adopters (Score 1) 153

See, this is what turns me off. I don't want to have to use another device! It should just be a standalone device. I don't want to carry and be near another device. Also, I do not need to be online all the time. Hence, why I still wear and use my Casio Data Bank 150 calculator watch!

The most exciting phrase to hear in science, the one that heralds new discoveries, is not "Eureka!" (I found it!) but "That's funny ..." -- Isaac Asimov