I also remember that for some reason I only credited my father with raising such an opinionated person. I would like to make it clear that my mother is equally responsible for the person I am — for good or ill! I don't know why I defaulted to Dad for that. Sorry, Mum! In my defence, my brain was fried and my ability to form coherent thoughts greatly impacted by the end. I couldn't even pronounce Janelle, for crying out loud.
Also, be very proud of me, guys. I didn't cuss once! It took a lot of concentration, let me tell you (and probably was why my brain was so fried)!
If you're at all interested, you can listen to the interview here for the next little bit. I am also hopefully getting an MP3 of the interview for a more permanent record.
I can only hope that I sounded vaguely intelligent, and that I answered the questions adequately. I always worry about being worthy of the time and energy of the people listening. I hope I was.
Of course, I was a great ball of nerves before the interview. Afterwards, I marched home, my hands shaking. I allayed my nerves and worries about how I performed by practicing parkour, collecting cockades and heraldry devices, looting chests, and assassinating random criminals on the street. Not in real life, of course.
I'm rubbish at parkour.
Yes, I played Assassin's Creed Unity for a couple of hours. No, I didn't stream it. I wasn't in the right mind for more talking, and besides, it was just literally the small stuff. I didn't play any missions. That's for next Wednesday. Oh, speaking of! Here is the highlight reel for Sunday's live stream:
I'd like to thank Jim for having me on his show. It was a great discussion, and Jim was a fantastic host. For now, I must be getting on with my Welsh lessons!