I actually ordered this the same day I got the email notification that this was released. Yes, I am that much of a fanatic for the Elder Scrolls franchise.
I thought it would be here within a week or so but it took nearly 3 weeks to get here. Makes me sad but at least it is here now!
On other news, this week school has officially reopened. At least I survived the week right? Not sure how I feel about hard coding yet though. I am following the class yet at the same time got no idea what is going on. Is that normal?
So I just got back at Singapore today at around 8pm. Although it took me a little while to actually leave the airport. Why? Well I arrived at the international airport in Thailand a little (over 3 hours) too early, that the boarding gate was not even officially announced yet. I know I am going a little off topic but bear with me; so by arriving too early it meant that my suitcase and box (filled with food stuffs) were the part of the last bag group.
I totally did not have a brief panic attack when I couldn’t find my suitcase or box.
On an unrelated note, there was like a group of people who had like over 10 dogs with them. Wonder why they had so many dogs. They had like a terrier, Siberian husky, American bulldog and Pomeranian.
Captains Courageous is a novel by Rudyard Kupling.
This is a story about a spoiled boy from New York who falls overboard a luxury linear. When he wakes up, he finds himself on a fishing boat. He demands to the captain to be taken back to New York. The Captain naturally refuses and ends up smacking the boy.
Arthur Miller’s play bring a chilling resemblance and links between the Salem witch-trails to McCarthyism which plagued the United States during the Cold War.
He has done incredible research on this topic before writing his own play. He has admitted to making changes so he can write a play. Such as the main antagonist’s age from being 7 to being a young woman of 17.