As of late, I'm at my computer nearly all day, watching F.R.I.E.N.D.S and reading stuff on PF. I've also started reading the latest arcs of the Batman comics. There's that and bits of studying thrown in. Actually, that's what I've been doing ever since we shifted from dial-up to broadband internet, back in 2006. It's somewha...depressing? I don't mind staying in - I actually love reading but there doesn't seem to be anything to "look forward to" and when I do go out, I find traveling a nuisance and just want to get back home asap. The solution would be to change my routine. But change it to what? The guys (4-5 close friends) seem to be in a similar situation except that they seem fairly content with nothing happening. I feel like if I keep at it, I'm going to get sucked into by the big laziness monster and I'll end up staying with my parents all my life. Anyway, my friends seem to be happy playing pool but I never really got into it, and besides, the pool tables we play at aren't high enough for me, which means that I have to get into some tantric postures and such to be able to even shoot the bastard. The irony is that I used to be very active when I was younger and I gradually stopped spending time outdoors because: a) I sucked at most sports b) I did love skating but there aren't *any* good areas to skate are where I live, so I lost interest c) The people I used to be friends started turning into little Snorlaxes and decided that they'd make better use of their time by napping I suppose that's really when I started staying in, not doing any particularly useful. Anyway, my weeks are dull. Watching F.R.I.E.N.D.S and other "happy" tv shows (i.e: not Breaking Bad), makes me think that my friends and I are turning into lethargic, depressed freaks. /rant I gotta figure out how to get out of this vicious cycle of nothing-nothing-nothing. The only productive things I've done lately, besides learning some math, is reading up an absurdist play and starting a second.