City Limit

The last party I’ll ever partly organize in U12 (it’s the shared apartment nick name) passed quietly by without any huge events to write about. People got drunk, talked about the life, universe and pretty much everything and went home.

At about half past five on Sunday morning, I finished Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas. Obviously not fit for driving after seven or so hours of drinking, I was perfectly able to finish a game I’ve been playing on and off for the last six months. Funny thing is that even if I’ve completed all the missions, I’ve only completed about 65 percent of everything you can do in the game. There is still a lot of things to do in San Andreas, but instead I’ve now started to play GTA: VIce City.

I’m a GTA junkie and I can’t help it. It’s just too much fun.

The observant visitor might have noticed that it’s now possible to reverse the sort order of the comments, a feature that was requested earlier. It’s nothing like getting up at seven in the morning on a Saturday to do some PHP coding. Seriously.


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