I just don't have the patience for single player campaigns.
Fallout 3 – I get out of the bunker, only to find out I don't have a pistol, so I have to fight things with my fists. I quit.
Mirror's Edge – In the opening training, I am asked to cross a balance beam. You can't do this with a mouse/keyboard. You have to use a gamepad. I quit.
Bioshock 2 – Asked to hack a door with the remote hacking gun. First the game tells me to use the wrong keyboard key for "hacking". Then when I do use the correct key, the game says I have insufficient fluid. I quit.
Back to my Atari.
This is a proof of concept page… hoping to turn this into a bigger project.
I go to bed Monday night feeling fine. I wake up around 4 AM with lower back pain. I get up and take an Ibuprofen, and go back to bed. Wake up at 8 AM, pain is still there and I walk around hunched over… another Ibuprofen. Still achy while at work, but gradually get better. I go to the gym, and do my usual routine of jogging, ellipting and basketball shooting without pain. I go to bed feeling good. At 2 AM, back pain is back, and it is worse than before. More Ibuprofen. I wake up at 8 AM, still extremely sore and can barely walk. Just 2 hours later, pain is nearly gone. Not sure what is going on, but I suspect the pattern is going to repeat the next few days.
Some research on the ramifications of losing arctic summer ice. Summary: Loss of sea ice results in more solar absorption, in turn results in change in prevailing wind patterns. This change brings in more arctic outbreaks to our neck o' the woods.
My reaction: I don't want this to happen, so therefore it's WRONG! My logic is irrefutable.