A common shared belief among delusional people is that “orbs” (specks of moisture or dust illuminated by a camera flash) are not artifacts of taking a picture with a flash, but rather, celestial beings from another plane. The author of this book reports that she was “mocked by family and friends about her obsession” until the Archangel Michael appeared to her. She doesn’t say what he told her, but I’m guessing it was “WoooOOOOOoooo write a crazy ass book wooooooooooOOOOO.”
If you ever need proof that you’re not as crazy as you could be, ask yourself: has God or an angel personally talked to me to tell me something? If no, then you could be worse.
The OUYA console was Kickstartered for $8.5 million last year and will finally be available next week. As with most Kickstarter projects, though, anyone who’s buying one now is beta-testing the platform, and reportedly running into problems with the controller, OS, and many of the games. The big-name titles that OUYA promised upon release are absent, leaving a handful of poorly-ported mobile-phone games, many of which still refer to “touching the screen” or don’t work correctly with the hardware.
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