Thank you. Things have to change for the better you know? If I was more active, this wouldn't have happened. I don't blame them, I blame myself. Plus I've been somewhat lazy on my part so really, this was just inevitable.
How are you? Mrs. Nesbitt told me that if I ever needed to contact you, he'd relay the message. But I just decided to wait for your return and just leave VMs along the way. You've pre-ordered Other M, right?
Hey Cortana, long time no see (3 weeks in RL is an eternity OL)^_^
It's been something that's been overdue for quite some time, and I'm sure you wouldn't even notice. You've got your legs firmly grounded on the ins and outs of how ZU works, so you don't need me as an adopter anymore. You haven't needed one for quite some time, you just haven't had any need to ask any questions, because you found the answers yourself.
Just because I'm not your adopter doesn't mean we have to stop being friends ^_^ Feel free to leave a VM or PM anytime. I'm always welcome for a friendly chat.
Many cultures use fireworks and other forms of noise making in part of the celebration. New Year's Eve is observed universally on 31st December according to the year numbering of the Common Era, or A.D. Anno Domini convention, even in non-Christian nations. New Year's Eve is also the seventh day of Christmas in western Christianity. Traditional and religious celebrations for e.g. the Chinese, Muslim and Jewish new year, which occur on different dates, are still celebrated separately in the cultures that observe them, on the appropriate dates each year.
I am at the part where I have to go and get the Compass. Haven't played the game in a while as I got Mass Effect.
Religion based? Really? What religion? I'm sure a few cultures (and their own separate religions) have had their own "New Year's" (like the Mayans and the Egyptians), however are they connected to the December 31st one? HAPPY BELATED NEW YEAR!!!!! How far are you into the game? Are you liking it?