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I'm pretty well protected with the mountains to my southeast. If I leave a Spearman at home, and keep enough money on hand to buy one more archer, I should be good against anything that sneks around the mountains.
I would LOVE if Spotify would have an 'album shuffle' mode to randomly play whole albums at a time from my collection because I also prefer to listen that way, but I'm too indecisive/easily distracted to be trusted to actually pick which albums to play throughout my day all day, so I usually just revert to regular shuffle for convenience. In the pre-computermusic era, I would often just pick one album to listen to over and over for a few weeks before picking a new one, much to the annoyance of family and other nearbys.
My current favorite album experience is Regina Spektor's "Far"
Other favorites include (in no particular order)
I do not own a car, for the first time in 20 years, and it's the best. I trains.
Currently making my way through all the games I got from the Freedom Bundle. There was a lot, but so far 80% of it is garbage.
Mostly goofing off.
I had a fantasy of using one as a side-arm weapon for paintball matches. I got a nice one with a steel body, and leather brace and pouch. I don't remember the brand or anything anymore, but I got it in the hunting department at Dick's I think. I practiced with the practice ammo until I was confident in my aim, and then tried it on some trees and painted them up good. Then I tried it on a human in typical protective gear, and it was a failure, the velocity I was getting was sufficient to tag a tree, but not a padded human. It just bounced off. If I tried to increase the velocity, I would end up shattering the ammo in my hands. It was only useful for face-plate shots, which is totes rude. I sold the slingshot and, after a few other failed experiments, ultimately ended up with a PT Enforcer as a side-arm instead. I loved the PT Enforcer. I had a bright blue one, which was likely a tactical mistake, but it was beautiful. I just finally sold it right before moving to Germany.
The closest I've ever come to 'hunting' is getting clay pigeons with a shot-gun.
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