mrbubblesisalie1492 karma2017-02-16 19:31:31 UTC
You and I went to the same school, and you even lived in the same neighborhood as some of my close friends. We’ve never met because you always looked like you wanted privacy and I wanted to respect that, plus I’m a shy person who wouldn’t have known what to say. I’ve always wondered if you felt like you sort of missed out on your high-school experience, and if that impacted you on a social and mental level.
I’m trying to pursue my dream of becoming a published author, but sometimes I just feel like it’s never going to happen and that I’ll never be successful in the only thing that I’m passionate about. What advice would you give to someone who’s been told over and over again to give up their dream and focus on a more practical plan for their life?
Thanks for doing this AMA! It’s really awesome seeing someone from Union doing what they love!
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mrbubblesisalie88 karma2017-01-08 03:39:52 UTC
I have the upmost respect for cast members and go to Disneyland 1-2 times a month and always make sure to leave a positive comment if a cast member made my day extra special.
One question I do have though: does it annoy cast members when guests ask for the front row on rides? I do this often on the rollercoasters and indie, and always mention I have no problem waiting a little extra if I have to. Usually they don't seem to have a problem but every now and then one will sigh and appear frustrated.
mrbubblesisalie51 karma2018-02-21 19:04:15 UTC
Hi, thank you for doing this AMA. I'm awfully late to this so I don't really expect to be answered, but my grandma and grandpa are both Jehovah's Witnesses but they are also one of the happiest, most loving people I've ever known.
They're very active in the community, know that I am an atheist and have never judged me in any way, and used to buy me presents for my birthday and Christmas with a card saying "These are because I love you and no other reason".
A part of the reason why I'm not so judgemental against them is because my grandma has lost 3 sons and het ex husband shot himself in front of her. One uncle died in a car accident, the other choked on his tongue when he was little, and my uncle shot himself in the head two years ago. My dad is her only remaining son. Her sister was also brutally murdered several years ago. I honestly believe that if it weren't for her religion, she would have given up on life by now. But all these tragedies have pushed her deeper into the community and she still smiled and helps others as much as she is able to.
So my question is this: are there others like her? Is she technically sinning against her religion or have they become more lenient as we grow into a modern age. I know she's a part of one of the world's most hated cults/religion, but I can't help but not blame her.
mrbubblesisalie32 karma2017-07-10 13:52:31 UTC
Is this not a more common thing? I honestly can't remember the last time I didnt go to a deluxe theater. Reserved seating, reclining chairs, food and bar menu, and a little waiter button.
Now that I think about it, it's been about 6 years since I've seen a regular theater.
mrbubblesisalie18 karma2017-06-13 18:10:44 UTC
Hi Yves!! I love watching you speak at E3, your enthusiasm for your company and games in general really comes out!
What would you say is the most important quality in a game? Story telling? Mechanics? World-building?
Also, AC: Origins looks incredible!!
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