Classmate of mine that I'm infatuated with, I suppose. It seemed like attraction was mutual. I thought I was going to go in for making it all happen a week ago, but...
She has disappeared. She has not showed up. My professor said she has gotten nothing from her and she has not responded to phone calls or E-mails.
She has a crazy-ass recently exed boyfriend. Obsessive, possessive, coke head. It's far from out of the question that something horrible could have happened. He could have done something.
But I don't know what else to do. I actually still don't have much contact information with her. The one thing I was supposed to have doesn't work. I've asked my professor to tell her she's worried, and that I was worried, and also give her my E-mail. But what else is there?
On the other hand, what if I am inventing monsters here? It would seem ridiculous, and possibly be very irritating, even disturbing to some of the parties involved if I'm wrong. But then I don't know. It's better to be safe than sorry, isn't it? And doesn't it always seem like people at large suspect these things too rarely? There's always way too little action taken when guys do something to their exes. I don't want that to happen.
I don't know. I'm freaking out. And I'm either being crazy, or something horrible has actually happened, so it isn't really good either way, though obviously one of the two is much better than the other.
If your relationship with her is close enough for you to assume the attraction is mutual, it does not seem creepy of you to be worried when she does not show up to class anymore, knowing what you do about her ex - provided she told you herself.
You know how a lot of games have a parkour element to them now.
AC1 is the reason.
EDIT - I'm not in love with the AC series either, but the least you can say is that the series broke new ground.
Professional game critics are talking about how Assassin's Creed IV looks much better on the PS4. Logic would suggest this, yes, because the PS4 is a faster machine, but I look at the PS4 and Xbox One comparison videos and I can't see much of a difference, aside from the clothes items certain characters are wearing. (I've got the PS4 version, BTW, because the game is pretty.)
I see a lot of bitching about the resolution differences -- the Xbox One has a number of games that run at 720p, whereas the PS4 versions run at 1080p, including AC4, which is funny because the PS3 ran pretty much all of its games at 720p and the 360 at 1080p, and they mostly looked the same, too.