I was writing a post about the milk situation in Cambodia. Then I thought it was a stupid post and I decided to be real.
How fucking real is my foot near some leftover cooked larvaes (Cambodian food) and Incredible Hulk with a tiny car?
Lately, parties, rock & roll and drugs bored me.
So, I turned into gaming.
A stupid one that I found in my new smart phone, Disney Magic Kingdom.
In short, I have to build the kingdom piece by piece, summoning characters and fighting the bad.
Why am I doing it? Because I feel a bit tired of real life.
I need a break.
I want to live in the fantasy.
If it was books none would blink an eye.
You think I'm just playing games, but I assure you, I am communicating on levels far above what older generations were.
I am thinking, multitasking, resource managing even.
Games are not all just mindless games.
Your TV was far worse.
Books are worse.
Imagine not only reading a book, but living a book.
Living a story!
Should I beat myself up for being unproductive?
People seem to view video games as a waste of time or somehow harmful to a mind's development.
My interests are already broaden (come on, come on, baby) and I DO exercise!
I have billions times more information at my fingertip, and I am processing, accessing, and applying this gift of the Internet.
Everything is changing in all aspects of our lives, cause of the internet. Please let it and don't tell me I have stopped learning how to communicate face-to-face, because I didn't.
That was going to be the post about milk
Soya milk is full of estrogen and used to give me huge breast. Now it messes up with the hormone I'm on, for hypothetical early symptoms of hypothyroidism and I can't drink it anymore.
What’s the issue with regular organic milk in tetra packaging?
Cambodian mini-marts have organic soy bean milk (with and without flavoring), almond, and rice.
So did normal milk become old fashioned?
I have been pondering this question for days now.
I would like to ask, what is normal milk? (Or what is normal)
I guess regular organic cow milk.
Here is the explanation of the "Milk Situation" in Cambodia:
Most cow’s milk sold in Cambodia is reconstituted from imported milk powder as there are very few cows in the country, which is also why cheese is generally expensive as all imported and not part of standard Cambodian diet. Soy beans are grown locally so soy milk is more popular and cheaper.
I just wish most on sale wasn’t loaded with sugar.
Hilarious, isn't it?
Well, I don't think so.
Drop your shitty comment here, as this blog became a marvelous latrine and I wrote this post just to feel better about myself gaming.