Pathfinder for life
Hmm, the right side of my lower back is bugging me...
I'm trying to figure out by Forum Archives why Octorok was giving the boot... Yet the 2 last Shoutbox records fail to load..Spent an hour trying to explain loneliness and romanticism to an aromantic buddy of mine and eventually just had to paste this wall of text
Good lord it's not just hugging it's watching a movie all curled up at 3 am it's going on a picnic in the evenings and feeling the breeze it's making cookies together and making a huge mess it's sharing an umbrella in the rain it's squishing into a booth and sharing a piece of pizza and a bottle of coke it's everything
Idk it's past midnight and I had a draining day don't mind me.
It wasn't anything recent, it was an incident that happened a while back. It was for a private reason though.I'm trying to figure out by Forum Archives why Octorok was giving the boot... Yet the 2 last Shoutbox records fail to load..
Ernest Hemmingway said:The shortest answer is doing the thing.
the nature of graduate research. in order to ask meaningful research questions that further understanding of any given topic, it has to be pretty granular, especially in areas that overfished, so to speak (e.g. the French Revolution). That my dissertation topic (a comparative analysis of divorce culture in the major cities of north carolina from 1885-1920) is so broad speaks to the relative underdevelopment of the historiography of that place and time. My master's thesis dealt with contextualizing a text written by a Spanish missionary in the early 1600s, which was significantly more focused in scope.That's quite specific. Why so specialized?