You Know I Have Arrived When I Can Outsource My Video Gaming
I confess I have a lot of video games. I have two gaming systems and a desktop PC with a 21" flatscreen monitor. But I'll be darned if I have time to play any of them. The most important reason is because I always have to be doing two things at once. I can't sit in front of an Xbox and play games because I couldn't watch a movie at the same time then. And most games that require the graphics of a desktop PC are filled with time-wasting activities and not much actual story.
I knew I wasn't the only one with this problem and that eventually someone would find a way for me to delegate the grunt-work of my video gaming to Asians.
The Asians know we are that lazy. So they have established whole factories where they do nothing but play video games in 12-hour shifts. Then they sell off the games, characters, gold pieces, prizes, whatever to overly wealthy yet inherently slothful gamers in other countries.
I haven't yet discovered a way to outsource phone calls to relatives, household chores and writing this blog to Asia but video games are a nice place to start. I feel more productive already.