Reading: Sandy Mitchell: Ciaphas Cain, Hero of the Imperium
Watching: My monitor
Yes I started my internship, and chosen a theme for my thesis in the beginning of January but strangely enough it's only now that my brain is starting to register that this semester I'll -hopefully - be graduating. WOW
3 years just stormed away poof, and it's just flabbergasting to see that I completed over 50 subjects at university (even though I feel as if just set foot yesterday in the Universitas), moved to a new rented room twice, countless other activities and happenings so on, so on.
And to be honest, I already miss being a student. Thanks to my financial status I didn't really had the stereotipical college student's life, but even so the overall quality of life and the athmosphere of being sorrounded by a lot of intelligent, entertaining and smart sometimes to the point of genius people I find vastly more preferable than any of the alternatives in my country.
Until now I fed myself with the though that since the working man's quality of living is low here (working day and night for laughable wages, barely having any possibility of social life, most likely sorruounded by unhelpful or even hateful a-holes) I'll just go somewhere abroad, but ehhh... I thought that such sentiments are beyound me, but now at the doorstep of the World with a capital "W" I just can't think of leaving my country permanently or even for a longer period of time.
Anyway! Let's sail to relevant waters!
I'm currently at Budapest so I may have sime time for Urbexing and posting more pictures.
As for literature... well ladies and gentlemen of the jury, the things in this country have have deteriorated to the point when I just can't make fun of them, or are just so ridiculous on their own that no satire writer can polish them to greater perfection.
The sheer stupidity is just so owerwhelming from all sides politically and generally so unless some miracle happens my pen shall rest on my desk for a period of time.