So I watched all of Nailed It! Mexico yesterday and now I’m watching that documentary on that kidnapping, Abducted in Plain Sight, and it’s all giving me whiplash.
Today’s absolutely random thought that just popped into my head: “It’s December, I should check what’s up with the next ESC.”
PvP against ultra friends from all over the world – I knew sending gifts to all those peeps would come in handy one day!
As someone who can only moderately tolerate spicy food, watching First We Feast’s Hot Ones is almost painful. Why do people do these kinds of things to themselves? (asks the person who regularly runs for long periods of time and has gotten used to the pain)
Help. I’ve fallen into the rabbit hole that are Minecraft quest modpacks. Good thing that only really happens every eighteen months and lasts a week or two.
I’m now reading a book about Van Gogh and the author sure went out of her way to get some details of his life. Where do people find monetary resources to travel all over the place to visit archives?
So… slime related videos – what’s up with those? Why so many?
So far this year I’m on track for 30-35 books read… better than last year but could still be much more.
Oh, and on top of level 40, I want to power up all the critters!
It’s amazing how much I actually care about reaching level 40 in PokemonGo even though it doesn’t give you much…
I’m forcing myself to go through a chapter a day in the OJ Simpson trial book (have I written about it before?) and, gosh, so much padding that I’m sure is interesting to some folks… but definitely not me.
After true crime podcasts I’ve now watched about five days’ worth of creepy YT videos.
Why did I just spend 2 hours watching As Seen On TV product reviews?
New friendship definitions, all thanks to PokemonGo!
So many Meowth from Aloha eggs, so much frustration!
I’m almost done with the backlog of “Crime in Sports” episodes – lessons learnt so far: don’t name your kids “Jr.”, discovering religion later on is most likely a bad sign and hits to the head are never a good idea.
Have I already written about the Beef & Dairy Network? It’s good.
I’m getting better at not feeling guilty if I skip a good portion of a podcast episode – not all things are always interesting.
Hopped on the “Evil genius” train and now I’m ready for all the true crime podcasts to give us their theories on the “why” because those four episodes on Netflix didn’t bother to give us wild theories. Fail.