Are the more "eccentric" parts part of your career? Or areas of study for a career? If so, what's there to justify?RAKtheUndead said:You know, my problem isn't inhibitions about the juvenile activities that I do. I have no hang-ups with being a computer gamer at all. The problem is that I do computing activities which are far more mature - and far more obscure. There's nobody outside a computer-science context who wants to hear about 2,000-word essays on computer technology predictions. The same applies to my interests in automotive technology, aeronautics and spaceflight.
The juvenile activities are easy to justify. It's my interests in other things that are difficult to explain, particularly as I'm what you may consider "eccentric" anyway.
I've found that the community in TF2 (unless you're on the Steam forums, or if you're playing on 2fort2furious) is a lot more mature than other games I've played. Most of the guys that talk on the servers I play on sound like college students and older, and they're just out to play a game.Lukasa (J-Server) said:but also demonstrate incredible trust: being prepared to take her into a world that is often juvenile and chauvinistic (one which could have easily put her off) shows more commitment than most would have.