I’m thinking of making a blog or an instagram page or a website, maybe all three.
I have an idea, it’s not very original, but it’s something.
I want to create a place, a company, a brand, anything, to showcase what being a person is all about. What different people do regular, their problems, their likes, their dislikes, hobbies, anything. A place where there is no filters, no taboo subjects. Where people can connect and talk, something that will never forgets its audience. I want this something big, but not in a way where I’ll stop listening to the people who support me.
I feel like that’s the problem with big named companies. They don’t care anymore, they only care when the money is there. I don’t want that, and I hope that I never will. That’s why I want to do this, because I want to have a place/company/anything that listens to their audience and cares about them.
I’m not sure what they’ll be, but the biggest things start out as small ideas. We’ll write articles about life, social media, literature, and whatnot. Maybe we can make videos, create art, anything really. Anything we can do, we’ll do.
But before that, I want a team. A team of people who can work together and accept each other for their differences. Because I’m a youngster, I’m going for high school age members, but I’m also open to anyone. Male, Female, none, both, lgbtq, religious, atheist, anything. I want you for you.
I believe that as long as you’re not hurting someone. You can have opinions, as long as you’re not violent or disrespectful. Of course, there are rules. You can’t bash anyone for what they label themselves, but you can bash them for who they are as an individual (there’s a difference). I want people who are true to themselves, but aren’t afraid to grow and learn.
I’m still setting up everything, but I want the opinions of people I want to work with in the future. That’s why I’m asking for members before I begin.
So, please message me if you’re interested. Tell me about yourself, what you want this ‘thing’ to be, what your dreams are, tell me about you.
I’ll be taking six people, I’ll accept more when we figure out what this ‘thing’ is.
i think the best answer i thought as to why the list of craftable food is do boring and mainly steak and soup, is its easy. easy for the player character to craft when all you need is one or 2 ingredients, easier for the devs to not have to make recipes and new models for different foods.
even so they really skip out on something vitally important to world building. theres a ton of dishes you can make using the ingredients in fnv and fo4! but they arent there!! even with a 200 year difference, i dont think it would be so much as everyone just went back to eating meat on a stick again, itd be more like people find innovative ways to flavor meats considering a lot of it probably tastes horrible.
its trivial and its extra work that the average gamer wouldnt care about, but food is a really important tie into people’s lives so if you want to make a setting where people feel like they are living and thriving, they’d have more recipes past meat on a stick and meat in a broth.
Today Ohkawa posted this on her twitter. They are three of Fai’s little secrets. I’ve been trying to translate it, but my japanese is pretty limited and google translate isn’t giving me anything :( Anyone who can help?
happy anniversary! :D great that you had a nice experience this time ^^
It was fantastic. It’s also entirely possible that I was just in a reeeeeally good mood because I haven’t been on a date in literally MONTHS. But I think I’m being pretty objective. It was a lovely experience. And their food… OMG… I’d never had a gyro before, and I literally said to my food as I was eating it, “Where have you been all my life?” XD (This was after the beer. I was exceedingly happy. LOL!) It was served with these fries topped with feta cheese, oregano and lemon juice, with this sorta creamy, tangy herbed feta dipping sauce. We also had this skillet double chocolate oatmeal cookie a la mode with caramel sauce… it’s kind of amazing that I haven’t died of bliss.