I do remember you, and I do remember sending you some kind of message years ago, although I can’t remember what the subject matter was. Regardless, I’m thrilled that it has been able to have such a lasting impact. If there’s anything else I can do for you, please don’t hesitate to ask.
As for me, life is going very well. I have a good relationship with a fantastic gal who is currently hiding under my covers pretending to be a turtle and I’m working on an MBA and making better grades than I did in undergrad.
Thanks for the kind words and I hope you continue to do well,
I just wanted to make a comment about this game that I started playing recently called “Papers, Please”. PP (lol) is an unusual game in that rather than sending you on a grand adventure or to kill thousands of hostile zombies, Nazis, or Nazi zombies, you are required to perform the day-to-day work of a border control agent in a fictional communist society. The game requires you to examine the passports and other identification of individuals trying to enter the country; if the individual does not have the required paperwork, or if that paperwork contains falsified information, you are to deny the applicant entry. There are penalties for doing this incorrectly, and the name of the game is attention-to-detail.
Sounds boring right?
WRONG! This game is addictive. I can’t put it down. And I’m amazed that a game that highlights such a mundane task can be so fun. I encourage you to give it a chance.