I hope you don’t mind me commenting - I always find it a bit weird when real-world people find my online self. I was seeing if anyone else was writing about their LISPA experience.
Anyway, it sounds like things are difficult but going well. Over the summer I did a short clowning course, and the most important thing I learned was to be open and optimistic. I find this hard to put into practice but, as you say, it can really work. That and trying not to think too much — do, don’t think!
Phil (morning group)
15 November 2006.
I find it unsettling when people from real life find my online self, so I hope you don’t mind me commenting. (I was seeing if anyone else was writing about their LISPA experience.)
Just wanted to say I found a gallery of the photos Aurelian showed in Space Lab, so thought you might like to see it.
I used to love Quazatron. I remember that whenever you upgraded to better weapons or shields or speed (or something like that) then it always required more power and you’re have to try and upgrade your engine (or whatever) to keep up. I always think of it as being a good lesson for life — when you’re a student/on the dole you get by on little money. As you start earning, and earning more, your expenses go up in parallel so you never feel as well off as your student/dole self would have done with the same income.
I doubt it was supposed to be that profound though.
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