Friday, December 14, 2012!

Just streamed my first broadcast last night, managed to get 43 views. Not bad for a first time with no networking whatsoever!
That being said, I'd love to have a larger audience next time.

You can watch my stream here, or wait until I have a cut version up on my YouTube channel.

Tonight I won't be playing The Walking Dead Episode 2 like I had first intended to because of the Newton Elementary Shooting...
It happened literally 40 minutes from where I live, so it's hit pretty close to home. I feel rather uncomfortable shooting up zombies after hearing about nothing but death all day.
Instead I'll be playing Guild Wars 2 instead.

Friday, November 30, 2012

Who's That Familiar?

So, we were given this preview on the Blood Brothers and Mobage Facebook page...
Well, turns out DeNA isn't too smart, because they've already added this familiar to the Bazaar roster.

The new familiar is Lanvall, Lizard Knight, with the not-so-new ability Rush.
Unlike most mounted familiars, this guy doesn't have two skills either.
Who knows whether or not he'll be able to attack twice despite lacking a second ability.
On the other hand, the stats will almost surely be past 10k each when evolved properly.

Though it will be a good familiar when fully evolved and maxed, it's a bit disappointing that we aren't seeing a new skill. Oh well, there's always next time.

Etsy Update! New and Returning Items!

I forgot to post an update here, but new and returning items have been added to the Etsy shop!
In addition to some new earrings designs, two favorites are back... the Team Fortress 2 Logo Earrings and the Triboniophorus Tyrannus, now in different colors!

They're just waiting to invade your home, and take up residence on your head.

Sunday, October 21, 2012

Crazy Days of Autumn

Life has been crazy lately... thus leaving me little time to update this blog, unfortunately. :[

With Jon in China for the semester, things have been rough. This is the longest we've been apart, and it definitely shows. I'm sure my parents are ready to strangle me, because I can't help but say "Damn, I miss Jon!" out loud at least 5 times a day. The 12-hour time difference doesn't help either. We try to keep in touch through email and Skype, but it's tough because his evenings clash with my classes, as well as my evenings with his. Needless to say, we can't wait for winter break!

I've been taking Biology and Public Speaking this semester at my local community college, and as easy as it may sound... it's not. My Bio teacher is a former teacher of embryological development at another college, and definitely knows her stuff. The class is twice a week, includes a lab, and runs from 11:30am - 2:20am with a 15 minute break in the middle. We have a lab quiz every week, an exam about every three weeks, and two lab practicals (basically my midterm and final, which includes questions about stations with microscopes and models). It's pretty hardcore, but I've managed to keep an A average. Public Speaking has been pretty crazy as well, seeing that public speaking in general is an unpleasant task... I have to say though, running a YouTube channel has actually made me better at it. I'm also sitting on an A average in that class, but heck... If I can't keep an A when I'm only taking two classes at a community college, then I must be doing something very wrong!

In addition to being heartsick and having my head buried in Biology notes, I've been taking on quite a few projects.

1.) My YouTube channel! If you haven't noticed yet, I've been making a boatload of Rage of Bahamut videos for the past couple months. Incredibly, people like them and I've actually managed to waste 1500 hours of peoples' lives. I've never been so proud to do something so horrible! But that aside, it has netted me $40 from ads, and as an unemployed college student living with her parents, any money is good money. I've been trying to upload a new video weekly, which can be kind of tiring because I no longer enjoy RoB as much as I used to. Ah well, it's cash in my pocket.

2.) SHRIMP. TONS OF THEM. Okay, not REAL shrimp, but clay shrimp! I've been in talks for months about doing an order for someone with a restaurant in Costa Rica, and finally we worked all the details out about two weeks ago. I was working like a madwoman to fulfill the order, because I had a deadline to meet: Oct, 20. This wouldn't be that tough, but it was because this wasn't a dozen shrimp... two dozen shrimp... This was an order for 100 CLAY SHRIMP, not only of different sizes, but different ring positions for hanging. I had to hand-sculpt 100 shrimp, put ring pins in 50 of them, head pins in 50 of them, bake them, cut and ring the head pins, and then glaze all of them before packing them away and shipping them off.

25 of the stylized shrimp, glazed and ready to be packed.

Needless to say, it was the most difficult, yet rewarding experience in my crafting career thus far! I have to admit, I did bite off a bit more than I could chew... but after sacrificing all of my free time, some sleep, and a little bit of my sanity, I was able to finish and get them to their destination on time.

3.) My room. Oh my gawd, my room is a disaster. You see, I haven't even been sleeping in my room for months... I sleep on the couch in the basement. Yes, I officially live in my parents' basement... embarrassing to a point, but I don't really feel ashamed of it. Losing 6 years of my life to depression really put me behind schedule in just about everything, which includes cleaning up my room. It's a mess of binders, notebooks, papers, books, and everything else I've amassed since middle school. I've started cleaning it up starting with my bookcase, and after two shelves I'm terrified at the task before me... I already have filled a giant plastic tub with all of my books, half a box with stuff I want to sell, and a box of things I want to keep. There is just so much stuff to sift through, but I keep thinking about the goal of this cleanup: essentially packing up everything for my future life, having a room that only has the things I need now in it, and making some cash. I've already found a vintage 1981 Garfield candle, some jewelry, and discontinued toys among the clutter, along with junk that I can sell at a tag sale for a buck or two.

Not to mention I still need to get onto working on Jon's and my scrapbook of our years together at UNH, get my driver's permit, and various other things....
I swear, sometimes it seems like there's not enough time in the world.

So that's basically my current autumn insanity. I can hardly wait for winter break, where I can just relax!

Wednesday, September 12, 2012

How to get a FULL REFUND in Rage of Bahamut

Yes, Apple/Google are giving out FULL REFUNDS for Rage of Bahamut. Find out how, and get all the information you need in my new video.

On a side note, here's a hilarious post from the comments on the RoB Facebook page... It absolutely had to be preserved here!

Dear Anonymous,

We have recieved your email concerning our new trading system that we are soon implementing. Please understand that we don't know what else to do. Seriously, for the last 2 days, we have been throwing darts at an idea board and nothing has hit good. We purchased some monkeys and place them with laptops in the other room. We're hoping for something creative to happen within the next hour or so. They keep flinging **** around the room, so we posted it on our idea board, so far we hit it 3 times.

Poor Joe from Mobage Support has gone into a severe depression, and we now have him on suicide watch. We tried, really we did. We even took 2 weeks off of work to go to the bahamas, (Thank the community for that will you?) execept Jimmy the janitor, he couldn't go. (Brother a douche and all.)

Please gives us your money. Please? Here, we'll toss in some Holy Powder, personal of course, that takes away from our profits. No? Cure Water? Still nothing. Ok, How about a X100% chance of 0.01% of a chance inside a 0.03% within a 3.1467892766666 chance of a SSR card? **** 
Surely, you have money, isn't it your birthday? Graduation? Death in the family? *** change operation?

Please for the love of god, keep buying things from us. We just wanted to make a quick buck. We don't even know how this game works. Enlighten us on this trading concept. 
Here, we know what the players like: See new card, totally won't be obsolete within a month. Half-naked japanese girl on it, see. Gold. Shiny. Can't trade it though, but to **** with you, your buy it.

We hope you still consider us for your wasting money needs. If not, we understand, we'll coming out with Marvel card game soon. You should see what we are going to do with that. You think "One More Day" or "Clone Saga " was bad.....

Thank you for playing Rage of Bahamut (We just call it cha-ching here)

----Rage of Bahamut Management Office

P.S. We apologize for any inconveniences caused. (We forgot to lube before bending the community over. We'll host Holy War 6.9768534 next month as compensation.)

Monday, September 10, 2012

HelloInterloper Loves Bully Breed Rescue!

On September 2nd, I attended a Bully Breed Rescue event at the Country Cow Deli in Fairfield, CT. Not only did I get to see my favorite bully, Drake, but I also donated some new earrings to one of their raffles!

Clockwise: Drake the mush from BBR, me getting up close and personal with an adorable puppy from Animal Nation, and my donated earrings all packed into a bag!

Chilling with Drake!

BBR is an awesome pit-bull rescue based in New Canaan that has adopted out many lovable bullies, and I've been an avid supporter ever since I met Hamilton (now named Hambone) while going to a local restaurant with my boyfriend. I am one of those annoying people who always stop and ask dog owners if I can say hello to their dog... and they were overjoyed to let me meet him! After explaining where they got their pup from, how lovable he is, and how it gets tiring seeing people literally cross the street to avoid their dog, I couldn't help but be intrigued to find out more about this rescue group and their events. (After all, I had worked as a dog washer for over half a year, and was missing working with dogs immensely!) I wasn't scared of pit bulls at this point; my job had showed me that pit bulls were some of the most loving dogs imaginable.

After attending an event in February, I was hooked. There is something hilariously cute about big, tough-looking pups wanting nothing more than to give you a kiss, get a belly rub, and a cuddle! I've been attending their events ever since. This was my first time donating however, and I hope that my earrings can help raise some money for this amazing rescue group!

I even got an Instagram "Thank You" from the Vice Pres of BBR! :)

Some glamour shots of Drake... He's currently up for adoption by the way!

Looking for a bully buddy and live in the CT/NY/MA/NJ/PA/RI/VT area of New England/Tri-State Area? Or maybe just want to find out more about Bully Breed Rescue?
Check out their website!

Friday, August 24, 2012


There's a new hack going around where you download a text file full of code, input your username and password, and then send it off to an email address.

The question is... DOES IT WORK?

Thanks to a comment on one of my previous videos, I was intrigued to find out for myself!
Here's all you need to know about this hack... EVERYTHING EXPOSED!

Monday, July 30, 2012

Rage of Bahamut - Great Tears of the Moon Investment Idea

Want to know how I'll be cashing in on the Tears of the Moon event?
I'll share my little investment plan with you in this new video! :)

Sunday, July 29, 2012

Rage of Bahamut - How to do Device Registration and a SCAM WARNING!

Two new videos have been uploaded regarding Rage of Bahamut!

If you haven't tried it yet, it's available on Android and iOS, and is completely FREE! Use " hjv80551 " when asked for a referral code after the tutorial for a great head start. You'll be helping yourself, and helping me too! :]

First video shows you how to make a new account and do device registration for it without the use of a phone. It can also be used for Multiple Device Registration, which IS bannable by Mobage, so USE AT YOUR OWN RISK!!!

Second video is a warning to all watchers of Rage of Bahamut videos on YouTube. Multiple accounts have uploaded videos advertising RoB hacking programs, card generators, and the like. THEY ARE ALL VIRUSES! I'll show you their sick tricks and what to watch out for in this video.

Happy Raging everybody! And thanks for the flood of traffic I've gotten since beginning to post Rage of Bahamut information. Please check out my Etsy shop link on the top of the blog, you might find something nice!


Tuesday, July 24, 2012

Rage of Bahamut - Tears of the Moon Glitch FREE

Noticed a lot of people in the game are trying to sell this secret to people.
Well, here's a nice middle-finger to all those money-mongerers!

You can now learn this trick for FREE with my video. :]
Happy questing folks!

Be warned though... Mobage has NOT officially announced whether or not they consider this cheating!!!

Friday, July 20, 2012

More Allie GIFs for your viewing pleasure

Here are more silly GIFs of my dog, Allie.

Saturday, July 14, 2012

Have YOU Played Rage of Bahamut Yet?

Just making a quick post to share my new addiction... Rage of Bahamut!

It's a really great trading card game for iOS and Android, and I'm obsessed with it.
So much to the point where I carry my phone with me EVERYWHERE and check it every hour or so.

Haven't played it yet? You should give it a shot.
If you enter this referral code, you won't only be helping me, but giving yourself an awesome head start of 100,000 rupies (in-game currency) and a rare card called Angelic Knight.
Referral code: uki68524

If you're already playing the game, or want to start out, I made a quick tutorial on how to make in-game items and rupies!

Friday, June 29, 2012

Sketch Dump #7

It's been AGES since I last uploaded a proper sketch dump.
These are all doodles that I made during Sociology class this month, and photographed/edited in Instagram.

A Goblin from Final Fantasy XI, reference used.

Some kind of cassowary-like bird.

Courier Carrie from Final Fantasy XI (reference used)

A Chocobo from Final Fantasy XI (reference used)

My FFXI character, Kelrei.

My favorite adoptable mush, Drake, from Bully Breed Rescue. (reference used, visit for more info about Drake and BBR!)

Random birdie.

Kelrei again. (reference for hair used)

Cupcake, another sweet, adoptable pup from Bully Breed Rescue. (reference used, visit for more info about Cupcake and BBR!)

Most importantly... Please visit Bully Breed Rescue's website! If you live in the either New England or the Tri-State Area, and are seeking a new pal in your life, you may just find your next best friend!

Friday, June 22, 2012

Some Allie GIFs for your entertainment

I know I've been slacking, so here are some GIFs of my dog, Allie.

Tuesday, June 19, 2012

Demented Doodles: UPDATE!

For followers of my other blog, Demented Doodles, you'll be happy to hear that I've scheduled up a new post EVERY WEEK up until August.

There's a new post up right now, so go check it out!

Business monkey demands it.

Saturday, June 2, 2012

What? Another hello.interloper?

Yes, there has been a split... there are now TWO blogs by the name of Hello Interloper.
Well, because it was convenient!

We now have a tumblr.
(Click the link to check it out.)

Now you may be asking "why on earth do you have one of those gosh-darned hipster things?" but the truth is, I am always on the go taking photos. I just started to use Instagram, and they have an option to directly upload to tumblr. It's simple, easy, and I just have to press a few buttons.

Does that mean this blog will die? Of course not. THIS blog will continue to have significant posts... posts with actual text, not just random photo uploads.
If random photos are your kind of thing though, the tumblr is free for you to peruse at your own leisure.

Before I go and return to playing mindless videogames, I leave you with a preview of my next batch of polymer clay earrings!

Saturday, May 26, 2012

Some Seriously Disturbing TERA Characters

After my encounter with a player named Pretty.Face, I was inspired to play around with the TERA character creation system to make the ugliest characters possible.

The world may never be ready for this level of beauty.

So, here are my own creations... These may scare you and disturb you, but it's okay. You won't see them running around on the servers anytime soon.

Now -that- is some jailbait, eh guys?

She just wants a kiss.

Reminiscent of Heavy Weapons Guy.

Those teeth.

Sunday, May 20, 2012

A Week with TERA: Day 7

This is my last day covering TERA, though it won't be my last day playing it.
So let's get started!

I logged into Chumley, and from my quest log it looked like I was to head to a new town... Cresentia.
First I had to escort a Peddler there, and when I arrived at the place where they were waiting, I saw why he'd need somebody to guard him....

Old and fat, not exactly the best combination when traveling down a perilous road.

Guarding him as he tottered down the path wasn't exceptionally tough, until the old coot decided to walk on without me while I was fighting a sporebeast... I had to drop everything I was doing, rush down the path, and intercept two additional sporebeasts that were beating on him. Of course, the sporebeast I was fighting before came barreling up the path behind me, and soon I was being knocked down to the ground by their fat fungus arms. Thanks peddler, you sure had my back on that one, didn't you?
When I arrived in Cresentia, I was relieve to see on my minimap that it was an actual town, and not just a miniature outpost. Looks like I can finally clear my cluttered inventory while I'm here.

I think I also found my long-lost son, but he wouldn't talk to me.

I picked up my new skills and sold things I didn't need, and was thrilled to get a quest that would have me searching for... A DOG! Apparently a dog named Ohdi (haha, I get it!) has ran off to the cemetery in search of undead bones. (He has a thing for them) I'm to find him, and collect some bones from the local undead monsters. Sounds like a good ol' adventure to me!
Before I headed off to the cemetery, I was given a quest to escort a trainee there for some undead-slaughtering experience.

I don't mind taking a buddy along... NO, WHY ARE YOU ATTACKING THAT?!?

As I entered the cemetery, it was clear that this guy had intentions of his own, namely going around and killing things in a circle and then exiting the cemetery altogether. So much for finding Ohdi...

Will'o'wisps aplenty.

I turned in the escort quest, and then went back to the cemetery... It was clear that I had to rescue Ohdi on my own.

I found him pretty quickly... Don't worry fella, I've got bones for you back home where it's... you know... less full of monsters.

After saving little Ohdi, it was time to move on to the bigger problems... namely the Devan.
They seem to have allied themselves with a greater power, which has given them the strength to expand their lands and attack the villages. It's also strongly suspected that they are behind the undead uprising in the forest. Time to put on my sleuthing shoes, and try to figure this one out.
One quest giver told me to go to a mysterious altar in the middle of the cemetery, so off I went.

I inspected the altar, and THERE HE ROSE!... until a Castanic decided it was his, and started killing it.

I decided to let the guy have it, and waited patiently until I could summon the quest boss again. When I finally could summon it, the idiot attacked him AGAIN. The kill didn't register as mine, so I went along my merry way to take out some frustration on other undead beings until this jerkoff left.
I returned a few minutes later to see a Popori summoning it, and later a Castanic, and an Elf... Fat dog men need a turn too, you know.
I finally did get a chance to kill Grayal, and it turns out that the Devan are indeed behind the undead problem. They apparently summoned a nexus spirit, whatever the hell that is, that brought spirits back from the afterlife and trapped them within their old bodies. Not good, but gives me something to do.

At least the Devan have good taste in structures.

I had to collect some amulets from Devan priests and arcanists, and I got about my business swiftly. Now that Chumley is level 16, I have a new ability called Overhead Strike. Honestly, this one skill has breathed so much life into this class. Every 4 normal attacks I can use it very fast, or after any other attack. (It's otherwise slow to charge) It does some great damage, and it's a lot of fun to use. I'm glad I didn't get all these fun skills early on, it was worth the wait.

I remember a Castanic NPC complain about how the villagers didn't trust him because he looked like a Devan... Now I'm seeing the resemblance a lot better.

Upon arriving in the large Devan camp, I found an undercover agent I was supposed to be looking for. She was clutching her side as if injured.

I'm assuming she's Castanic.

In a short yet satisfying cutscene, all was explained. She was spying on the Devan leader, who has started to work in conjunction with the Scions of Lok. He was bowing before a high priestess and apologizing profusely that his power was not enough to corrupt the Fey Forest. (Finally, plot continuity!) She said that their next step would be even greater... and that's when the spy was spotted and attacked. She got away, but not without taking some significant damage. After she spurted out to me that the Devan leader must be stopped, she fell backwards and died. You did well, soldier.

Deeper in Devan territory, things are less classy,

After a lot of revenge slaughter, gathering supplies, and taking a ring off of a corpse for some scout, I reached the place where I would find the Devan leader.

This is for the dead chick! HYAAA!

The fight was over in two swings, which confused me. Either I'm horribly overpowered, or that guy was horribly underpowered. Maybe a combination of both? Who knows...
Either way, after turning in this quest, I was told to go to Lumbertown. Guess I need to report my findings.
Does this insanity go deeper? I'm sure it does, but this is where my last entry ends.
It's time for me to reach my final verdict.

Final Opinions
Graphics: I know that buying a game alone on graphics is silly, but this game definitely doesn't disappoint in this aspect. The character models are detailed, the animations are fluid, and the environments are at moments, stunning and breathtaking. Even when it isn't downright amazing, it's hard not to have an appreciation for what you're seeing on your screen. After playing World of Warcraft and Final Fantasy XI for years, it's truly incredible how far MMO graphics have come, and TERA is a prime example of what all future MMOs should aim for graphics-wise.
Plot: Though relatively weak compared to World of Warcraft's lore, and Final Fantasy XI's massive storyline and conflicts, TERA isn't completely without a plot. Though unclear or rushed at times, I've found that more and more about the game world is revealed with every quest line. I also feel as if this game could have the potential to have an amazing background story, if only more things were explained. Though not the bottom of the bucket, TERA's foremost issue is it's lack of background information about the game world.
Combat: Even without a strong plot line, I found myself motivated to play. The main reason for this was the innovative and extremely fun combat system. It's refreshing, it's new, and is reminiscent of games like Skyrim. It also has a bit of a console gaming feel to it, which I assume is the reason why it has such strong controller support. Skills are gained through a trainer like in World of Warcraft, but are spaced evenly, with at least one ability being upgraded or new ability being learned every even-numbered level. The learning curve is longer than most MMOs, but that's what makes this game a gem... it's challenging, it keeps you on your toes, and is sure to please.
Questing: Let's face it, TERA hasn't done anything new with the questing system we all have come to see as the norm in the MMO world. On the other hand, the quests aren't painfully long, you don't have to struggle with frustrating drop rates for quest items, and there are plenty of zones and quests to do. Essential plotline quests are marked with an orange question mark, and the mini-map tracking system is superb. It's hard to get lost in this game, and easy to find any monster that a quest dictates must be killed. The questing system is manageable, but groundbreaking it definitely is not.
Crafting and Gathering: I'm sure the crafting system is extensive from what I've seen, but it's also expensive. As a first time player it was nearly inaccessible, and completely impractical. Gathering is truly a rewarding experience, however. The buffs and experience points that gathering rewards you are invaluable to any character's leveling and questing. Nodes respawn very quickly so there is barely any competition for resources. All that matters is that you have the few seconds to gather was you find. Best of all, any character can gather anything. There is no limit on the amount of professions you can take. I'll take this gathering system over World of Warcraft any day, but as for crafting, I'm not yet sure.

And there we have it folks.
Is TERA worth getting? You bet your sweet monthly subscription it is, but only if you are bored to death of the current MMOs on the market. If you're all about saving money, it might be worthwhile to wait for Guild Wars 2 like most other people are doing. On the other hand, TERA's combat system is so unique and exciting that it's hard to resist. It breathes new life into a genre that I before thought was going stale, with a constant flood of WoW-clones and MMOs that went free-to-play faster than you could say "failure."

For now, I'll be enjoying the world of TERA with much gusto, and Chumley will continue to waddle his way to glory.

A Week with TERA: Whaaat?

Hello there! Just a quick post to tell you that Day 7 will be happening... today.
Why the day-long delay on the 7th installment? Well, yesterday I spent the whole day away from my computer, so I didn't play any TERA. Instead, I'll be writing up the 7th part today.
Keep your eyes on the blog, it'll most likely be up around midnight EST.

Friday, May 18, 2012

A Week with TERA: Day 6

It's the second to last day of my week-long review of TERA, so let's get started!

I logged into Chumley and having done all the frivolous quests in the area, it was time to tackle the storyline quest.
I was to destroy these big, floating "vortex cores" that were being guarded by demons.

First, I had to walk through the more "evil" part of the forest...

It was a huge relief to hear the music change along with the scenery after yesterday's awkward dead body moment, which begged the question... why didn't they just put the body here? We may never know.
Time to go dismantle some vortex cores!

It just oozes with evil.

There were three cores in the area, with three "Scions of Lok" guarding each one. They were easy for Chumley to slash down, especially since they're 3 levels lower than my demon-slaying doggie. (Did I mention I'm level 15 now? Probably not.)
After destroying the last one, I got a quick cutscene.


Oh, I angered that big guy behind me... oops.

He wasn't really that hard to beat, but the ridiculously fast respawn time killed me again. I was trying to get a creepy screencap of the altar, because there were bodies and skeletons laid out on it... and there he was, beating my ass 20 seconds after I killed him. Not cool TERA, not cool.
After telling the NPC about my kill, she just said she has never heard of a group called the Scions of Lok, and told me some dude in Lumbertown has an assignment for me.
What the heck? There's evil afoot and unknown bodies on an altar being used for some horrible ritual, and I'm told to just leave? I really don't understand these quests.
Anyway, it looks like I'm heading off to a new area... this one called the Oblivion Woods.
The local merchants have had their wares raided by Devan bandits, so off I went to retrieve the goods.

They're kind of like red elf... castanic... troll... things.

Mass slaughter of the Devans... Devas... whatever, was quite fun. It was also nice to finally be away from bright and happy Fey Forest. The music here is a lot more jungle-like, almost Yuhtunga Jungle-esque with an actiony flair, for you FFXI fans.
After getting the loot from the Devawhatevers, I returned to quite a hefty sum of experience points.
At this point I was getting a horrible headache, so I called it a night... but I took an extra screenshot just for you guys.

Beautiful willows above the Oblivion Wood's first camp. But who knows what evil they hide...

Current Impressions
Graphics: They still continue to amaze me. I really can't wait to get out of the forest and see some of the other settings.
Plot: I hate to say it, but the plot is starting to frustrate me. I don't really have any idea what is going on, and why other NPCs aren't taking anything seriously. I'm sure a lot of the game was hastily translated from Korean to English to make the release date, but c'mon, some of this just doesn't make any sense.
Combat: I forgot to get my skills, ahh! But still, combat is fun. I'm actually really beginning to want to make another character to see what the other classes are like.
Questing: Stale and somewhat annoying. They made little cutscenes for certain quests, but then don't say much when you complete the quest itself.
Crafting and Gathering: Still gathering stuff for my next crafting run. I need some more money first though... money is slow to get at early levels, it seems.

Tomorrow is my last day doing a full review! I'm sort of relieved to be honest, writing daily has been a chore. I'll be glad when it's over. Now to go grab a Tylenol and go to sleep...