“If you’re not using this… I’m going to kill you”
I love you, everyone!
But there’s one person who’s been doing this for me for ages now: You.
If you’ve been reading this for a while, I’m sure you’ve noticed something strange.
For most of you, I’ve been saying the same thing to myself: “You can’t win!”
But if you were to ask me this question, I would say something along the lines of, “I’m not going to win, but I am going to try to win.”
That’s not to say I don’t enjoy playing this game.
It’s not my favorite game, but it’s a fantastic game.
I love playing it.
I want to play it as much as anyone, but there’s something that keeps me from playing it so much more than anyone else: I don, in fact, hate myself.
I hate myself because I’m a person who likes to win.
But I think that the way I view myself is the only way that I can really win.
For the last couple of months, I have been trying to win my first game of StarCraft II, but every time I’ve tried to, I lose.
I keep going back to the game, and I think about all the ways I could have won, but that’s it.
The more I play the game and think about it, the more I realize that I don’ really think about winning, or that I care about it at all.
The game is really fun for me, but the way it’s played doesn’t make me feel happy about myself.
That’s because I think it’s all about the winning.
I think of it as a competition, and all I want is to win the game.
That way, I feel good about myself and I feel like I’m doing well.
The thing is, that’s just not how I see myself.
And it’s not what I think the game should be about, either.
I mean, the whole point of StarCraft is to be able to win tournaments, right?
You’re trying to get to the grand finals, you want to be the best, you’ve got to win everything.
But if I was to play that game, I’d be sitting there in a corner, playing a game where you’re winning, and if I’m not happy with myself at that point, then I wouldn’t want to win at all, because that would mean that I was never as good as I thought I was.
If I was sitting there playing this, I wouldn, in all honesty, be very upset.
And the more times I play StarCraft II and think of all the things I could’ve done differently, the worse I feel.
But it’s like I have this huge, huge chip on my shoulder, and my life is about winning.
And if I play this game, if I lose, I don�t want to feel like that.
I don?t want it to be like I did in high school.
It just feels wrong to me.
I was the same way.
I went through the same struggles and the same setbacks in life that I did at the same age.
And even when I came to terms with it and I got out of that situation, I didn’t change how I played StarCraft.
The way I played the game at that time wasn’t what I would be playing now.
It was what I played when I was in high-school.
And that’s not even the only time that I played this game: It’s also when I got involved with other competitive gaming communities and was able to get better at it.
So there’s this sense of, oh, well, I just need to get back to this, because this game isn?t going to change how good I am, right now.
But the reality is, it is what it is, and it’s going to remain the same.
If this is how you see yourself playing StarCraft II right now, you’re right.
If that is how your life will always be, then you’re wrong.
You should just play it.
If your goals are to be good at this game and good at anything else, then by all means, do it.
But at the end of the day, you should not be playing StarCraft right now because you think it will change your life, and you think that it will help you in life.
You’re not the only one who has had this problem.
I have, too.
I got to start somewhere.
When I started playing StarCraft, I wasn’t playing to get rich.
I wasn?t playing to win a tournament.
I didn?t even know that there was anything to win there.
I played for fun.
I just wanted to play, and that was it.
And I had a really rough time at the beginning of my career.
I started off doing really poorly, and then I started getting better.
But in the end, it was my decision to make. I did not