First, yes, I have not forgotten that I have a blog. I just have been busy with life this summer. For the most part, things are starting to settle down at my work, so the stress is beginning to wane. However, things are still a bit on the hectic side, so I may still be erratic when it comes to online activities.
That said, sorry for missing nearly a month full of streams. I had little to do with anything other than needing some down time. I was just tired out by the end of the week through most of last month, so I took some time to simply relax and enjoy life. That is a nice option about doing things just for my own pleasure, I can take time off when I please. As for this past weekend, I simply was attending EVO.
Anyway, this entry isn’t about my streams nor my life. I am once again here blogging because I’ve had the sad pleasure of bumping into a story on fanfiction.net that made me run off in search of something to burn.
Now, I normally start upon reading a new story by quickly flicking through it and reading bits and peaces in order to get the general feel of the story. I find this to be a reasonable way in determining whether or not the author can hold my attention. Well, I can assure you that this story failed on that front.
All I needed to read was this one paragraph before I determined that I had no desire to read any further.
Alucard approached the highschool campus with after being stuck in America for a week with nothing to do he got to kill could be heard and ghoul moans frowned, there was only one freak to deal with yet so many this was revenge or the American government waited until the last second to tell his master Integra about the situation.
Now, sadly, I had to read this paragraph about three times to make certain that my brain wasn’t playing tricks on me. This simply has to be one of the worst run-ons I’ve ever encountered to date. I still haven’t fully been able to decipher this paragraph, nor do I want to expend brain cells to attempt such a task. However, I came to the conclusion that the sentence is both a run-on, which is missing proper punctuation, and missing crucial words as well, which would permit me to know what it was trying to tell me.
So, it’s not much of a surprise that I put this story near the bottom of my list of stories that I would ever fully read.