RL: It's a local holiday, so no working (except a few phone calls with "sorry for calling on a holiday, but..."). Also, I'm trying a new diet I found on monk subforum... I'm just kidding - no I'm not. They were talking about Intermitent Fasting on a thread and I decided to read about it and try it out. Other than that, books.
D3: I need to buy a 800+ DPS weapon and some serious gear in order to have patience to level up my WD. Can't cross the cave of aranea on act 1 hell. Other than that, a few monk runs, to pretending I expect to find upgrades. What is D3 endgame for me? A wait for the next patch . Kiddind, but a little sad with GAH, where I used to buy stuff.
I'm against buying on rmah not because I'm buying digital stuff that will become useless in a couple years , but mainly beacause you're renting stuff in the end (blizzard owns the items you think you own). I have to trick my brain to spend time playing on Kafka's castle. Spending money there, well... Not cool.
Why I compare D3 with Kafka's "The Castle":
Rumor has that the unfinished book (The Castle) would end with (don't remember source. Quoting wikipedia): "legal claim to live in the village was not valid, yet, taking certain auxiliary circumstances into account, he was permitted to live and work there".
I fell the same way about my findings and characters on D3: I "have" them, but blizzard folks are allowed to do whatever they want with them and I can't claim/demand anything. So yes, I like to play D3 because it reminds me a Kafka's book... And, no, I won't pay for stuff while in there. It required an explanation since the end of the book I use in the analogy isn't there...