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My friend, Jerry Farmer, has a very interesting perspective on it. He says all the time, “I want to be a writer. I want to make a living at it. I want to be able to tell my friends, ‘I actually wrote this.’ But, I am so terrified of actually writing it.
Why is that? For starters, it’s a lot of work. The writing itself is a huge part of the challenge. But the real nightmare is that it’s not just a challenge to write. It’s a nightmare on an almost daily basis to actually sit down, write, and actually do it. It’s like you’re not sitting down to write a story, you’re sitting down to actually start writing it.
I can think of one way that it might really be a nightmare: that it might not actually be worth it. I think that its a good thing that, at least in the beginning, we have a deadline. But I just think that the real nightmare is when your deadline is almost at hand and youve already spent all your time on the thing and youre not even halfway through it, and you have no idea what its going to sound like.
I have to say that its not a great idea for a story. Its a good idea for a short story, but then it starts to sound as if it’s coming from someone who wrote the most awful story they could possibly imagine, and then it becomes a story that just sounds like somebody who wrote it because they were too lazy to finish it.
I have to agree with this. I think there is a place for the story of someone who is basically at a standstill or at a loss for words, but it has to come in a form that is understandable. I don’t want my story to sound as if I was trying to get the last bit of the story done so that I could have something to say about it, or anything like that.
What I want is a story that I can relate to and understand. Something that I can actually enjoy. Like, I dont want to listen to someone talk about how they are stuck in the middle of a time loop, because that just sounds stupid. If I know someone who has that problem, I want to listen to their story because its going to be way better than mine.
If you know someone who is stuck in time loop, you might want to listen to their story, but if you have no clue as to what they’re stuck in, then you might want to listen to mine.
As I said in my introduction, I am a big fan of Time Loop. I love the game because it is so realistic, and because it allows you to experience other people’s frustration in an incredibly relatable way. Time Loop is about time travel, and you can actually “travel” backwards through the game. You can take your time loop to the past, the present, or the future, and you can change the present, and then travel to the past.
In the game you get to experience the frustration of people who have locked themselves into a repeating day, and then you can change the present, and then you can change the past.
This is the best thing I’ve seen since the original Deathloop. A lot of the time loop in the game is about being frustrated with the fact that your time loop won’t go backwards, so you have to find a way to get yourself back to where you were before. It’s a really good example of the philosophy of time loops.