There are a million things to tell you, then I pull this open and all I can think to say is "whatup?"
I am bored in suburban towns. Seeing houses and families and all the lights go off at 11 pm and come on at 7 (or earlier, idk) and the kids go to school and I confuse everyone's car for my mom's and so on.
It's so creepy/freaky to me. Freaks me out.
Staten Island is particularly bad. Particularly and very. There's, like, nothing cultural here... or fun, really. Nothing uniquely fun in SI --Like I have fun shooting pool but I can do that anywhere.
That's as elaborate as I can be. I can say with 100% conviction that I do not like this place. It even makes me unhappy. I guess the flavor has always been this bad; I haven't stayed here longer than a week since I was 18. And I declared that would be the case since I was, idk, talking.
I probably started getting pretty good at it around then.
I'm going to write here a lot more. I used to do this sort of thing a lot. Anyway...
Oh, right, a solution to my problems...
Had to critique a header design. I actually love that part of my work, conceptual design, but don't know jack about implementation.
The thing is that I have to figure out a place I want to live. I've had my guidelines set as:
- pretty air/outside (the lack of which is why I'm over NYC right now)
- awake at night (the lack of which elsewhere is the reason few places compare to NYC, for me)
On night, that's when I get most inspired. Other times I suddenly feel the urge to go shopping late at night, and the best most spots can afford me is a 9pm Target run. Negative.
Perhaps I shall make a list of the places that should meet these 2 qualifications. Iceland. IDK. Google says Thailand, West Palm Beach, Fl, and Orange County, CA. And on Iceland, this is amazing:
I know where I'll visit first.