Being present is a great thing, and your presence is an important part of your social life. We’re so used to seeing all the things you do that we don’t have time for others to talk about.
We’re not talking about your social life, we’re talking about the social life of your life.
So, in general, how much of your life are you aware of? This is a hard question to answer because there is no such thing as being in general. But I can give you a couple generic examples from the past few years that illustrate this point. I remember the day I came to work at Starbucks and my coworkers were sitting around with their cell phones out.
It was the day that I decided to become an atheist. I did this quickly after I woke up from a coma I had recently had. My coworkers were talking about what they were doing that day, but I was looking at the phone so I did not hear. But I noticed that I was alone in the store, so I pulled out my cell phone and went to the counter to call my husband. I asked him how his day was going, and he said it was great.
I am a lifelong Starbucks drinker, and I do not drink alone. The first time I ever had a “coffee” with my husband, I asked him what he had that I did not. He brought me a cup of tea, and I told him that I liked it. He then asked me what I had, and I told him I had a cup of coffee.
I’m a big fan of coffee, and I love my coffee. In fact, I drink my coffee with my husband and my kids. But I also don’t drink alone. One night in the middle of a busy day, I’m in my car, driving to a friend’s house for dinner. I turn on the radio, and I can’t get over how soothing the music is.
I was talking to my husband the other day and he said something like, “I love my coffee.” I was taken aback. I had no idea, yet, that I had a coffee habit. But I’m not afraid to admit it.
I have to admit I have a coffee habit. I actually have a mug sitting on my desk that I drink from every morning. It’s the perfect size since I get a bit of a hang over when I first wake up in the morning, and I like the foam on the bottom.
The main character in Deathloop is a bit off-putting. He’s a nice guy, a bit of a creep. I was surprised at how he was able to get away from his own family and friends. He’s a pretty good man. He’s too busy to care about his family.
I mean, it makes sense that he would be a little off-putting. But its not like he has a life of his own. He works for a company that builds super-intelligent robots, and he just happens to be at the wrong place at the wrong time. It’s a very real, very believable, and very sad situation that I think will be a bit of a running gag in the game.