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atari2600land

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Well, I stayed up until at least 1:30 a.m. last night. It's not my fault. I tried to go to sleep at about midnight. But I finally fell asleep 1.5 hours later, then woke up at 11:30 a.m. I figured I needed less sleep, but two hours later, I fell back asleep and woke up at 5:30 p.m. I worked some more on my song. I stopped at bar 497. Then I figured "I might as well go past 500." So I did. And now the song is about 16.5 minutes long. In about 10 more minutes more and I can go to work on part 5. Every 26 minutes or so, I do different parts and change the instruments I'm using. One instrument is constant: piano. I like how they sound. But sometimes there is a minute or so with no piano, or I try to make it not as noticable.

 

But I now have an unusual problem. I worked on my song, and NOW I am bored. I don't want to work on my song any more, I have no ideas for the game I am programming. I like it when I complete a song part. It feels like I've accomplished something. Of a goal that hardly, if anyone will listen to, but oh well. At least I like to listen to it. And it's that less time until I die. That's all life is, you know: Waiting to die. It's that annoying time when you're not asleep or otherwise unconscious and you feel you have to do something even though it's not important because you're alive and would get extremely bored if you just sat there and did nothing.

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