Yes and no. The time I had allotted for gaming had bled into the time I had allotted for responsibilities. The revelation of "Actual Time" led to immediate panick.
Only when it involved playing games with my children or grandchildren.
I have put off dusting or other chores to play games, but I have never skipped any important responsibilities because of games.
Naw ... Nothing that couldn't wait until later.
No, nothing important
Sure I have, but I could afford that lapse. I never play games unless my next planned effort is flexible.
No, and game theory is a tool I frequently use in my personal life.
That's how you flunk college. In my program we started with 300+ individuals. By senior year there was maybe 20 who graduated on time. The rest were probably still at their LAN party.
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