The True Value Of Street Fairs
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Shortly after Corey got back from Korea we went to the Adam Avenue Street Fair where he was officially initiated back into American culture with an unnecessarily expensive lemonade with novelty flavors and beer.
Now my main interactions with the rest of society are on my driving to and from work and what I hear of the outside world from the dark confines of my desk at work. We’ve been told that we should expect to work six days a week, 10 hours a day until sometime around June. I’m not really sure if my body, let alone my brain, can handle that. Thank god for pilgrims for giving me a couple days off.
As a side note, you probably have no idea who several of the background characters in this comic are based on, but if so, good on ya! As part of my continual decent into the sphere of the casual gamer I’ve been playing Swords and Potions 2 with Melanie and Corey. It’s basically a game where you are in the world of a fantasy RPG, except you’re the shopkeeper.
We get to play together without having to actually be online at the same time, which is now a surprisingly big deal considering I have so little time to actually sneak in some legitimate gaming. I never thought I’d get to the point where the launch of the new Playstation and Xbox pass over my head but I’m looking forward to the next time I can log into a casual game to upgrade my shop. If this doesn’t count as the end of an epoch in the Mayan calendar I don’t know what does.