It is amazing how having your own kids changes everything. I love my dog and because of him I love almost all dogs. I hated leaving him home, so much, that I would not go to restaurants that don’t let dogs in patio. (With Whiskey Cake being notable exception). Every grocery trip, I would buy him a new toy, many times had arguments with wife because he had too many toys.
One of my ideal career is of writer. As a writer, you have freedom to work from anywhere, whenever, and get inspirations from whatever. When I am working on my programming side-projects, I usually get impatient if I am doing something unproductive. Since I started 250 words challenge, I am always looking for ideas for my next blog post form whatever we are doing; watching movies, running errands, enjoying books.
Xenogears was my first RPG. I had tried to play Final Fantasy 7 but could not get into it. The best thing about this game was the story and philosophical concepts in it. It is hard to sum up everything and it has been a long time since I played this game but you can read those concepts behind the story here.Xenogears Box art
Just some of photos of downtown Dallas from Grand Hyatt hotel.
From Discover on Google https://www.forbes.com/sites/jrose/2019/07/15/how-this-real-estate-agent-made-100000-in-one-month-from-his-youtube-channel/
From Discover on Google http://www.startribune.com/the-rise-of-the-only-child-we-re-happily-a-family-of-three/512735932/
For years, I was working towards my own startup. I always had various side-projects and learned a lot from these side-projects. But at the same time, all these projects were failures. I never paid much attention to real estate investing. I had some friends who bought rental properties or got into flipping houses. It seemed so much more work and riskier. I can create a new startup for just a few dollars and a few weeks of my time, so why pay attention to real estate.
Vonnegut: Can you believe this guy? He makes more money in a single day than we’ll make in our entire lives. And you wrote Catch-22! Heller: Sure, but I have something he’ll never have. Vonnegut: Yeah, Joe? What’s that? Heller: Enough. Source: I’m reminded of an apocryphal story I read somewhere about an exchange between K… | Hacker News