I don’t love casually. When I love, it’s fierce. It’s my soul ripped wide open and raw. It’s my whole heart on display. It’s all I have and everything I know, handed to you, like a gift. I hope you unwrap it gently. I’m essentially giving you the knife and showing you exactly where to hurt me deepest, where to wound me so deeply that I may never recover.
That is how fiercely I love you.
– Unknown Sebeistor Poet
When I die, don’t come to my grave to tell me how much you love me and how much you miss me, because those are the words I want to hear while I’m still alive.
We met. We talked. We flirted. I fell for you.
– by Sherrilyn Kenyon
When you love someone … truly love them, friend or lover, you lay your heart open to them. You give them a part of yourself that you give to no one else, and you let them inside a part of you that only they can hurt – you literally hand them the razor with a map of where to cut deepest and most painfully on your heart and soul.
In-game casinos have been constantly used by game developers as places where players can unwind after countless hours of leveling up and fighting difficult bosses. Gamers know how enjoyable playing side quests are inside casinos but it seems that Eve Online hasn’t caught up with this idea. In the game, players can navigate through 7,800 star systems, most of which are swarming with advanced technology, but casinos are yet to be found. Continue reading
Call it a Throwback Thursday post, call it a fond memory, call it whatever you like, but today is about an Eve character named Rhapsodae.
Rhapsodae (or Indi Dae as he is known outside of EVE) is someone I met years ago at my first trips to Fanfest. He was, and is, the greatest Roc Wieler fan the universe has ever seen.
Pics or STFU, right? Continue reading