Thanks mate, Yea I adore F1 2013. Codemasters are pretty good at finding the sweet spot between playability and realism. It’s not that hard to get to grips with.
HERE ARE SOME OF MY THOUGHTS ON THE MATTER: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OUNq6xVBnI4
"Only in the hood"
Do whatever you want really - hey don’t take advice from internet people! But since you asked, go to uni. Freelancing is not something you need actual spare time for at all, you make time for it. If it doesn’t feel worth the energy when you have a full schedule, that’s life telling you to stop. Go to uni, continue freelancing if you want, and learn to carry a workload. Uni is about more than what’s in the books, you’ll grow in other ways that are unforeseen and often more important.
Plus that “point in your life now” - sorry to have to tell you this, but you’ll never not be in that point. I’m in that point right now mate. The best thing you can do for the maelstrom of decision making that is life, is give yourself options. Those who bet it all on one horse, usually end up stuck. And fuck that. Have a plan B, it’ll give you a reason to chase A.
Right? What a pleasant surprise. Can’t wait to see them play together.
Yea, it’s been silly for about a decade now. For me the canary died when Liverpool payed 35 million for Andy Carroll. I mean, for fuck sake.
We recorded the pre-Hungary podcast this morning. We’ll do a post-show next week - before I shoot off to Europe for a few weeks.
I saw some in Marin County and some others in Yosemite, but not the big impressive Redwoods yet. Honestly though even the woods in The Presidio are fascinating to me. I run there pretty frequently, and down towards Baker Beach (where we shot the No Man’s Sky video pieces).
The funny thing about Ireland is that we don’t really have many forests at all. We have trees, but not in such density. I learned the English burned down quite a lot of them, as Irish rebels used to use them to hide and attack from, but generally Ireland is just more a farming land country. So the smell and coolness of exploring the woods is something I love here, and something I hope to do more of. Including your beautiful Redwoods.