Friday, July 29, 2005

Tuesday, July 26, 2005

It'd be really nice if someone would tell me what the hell has een going on in the latest MT omake.

Friday, July 22, 2005

I recently saw one of the most amazing pieces of Flash I've ever watched...the only trouble is, now that I want to read the comic the movie is based on, it's in Spanish. I wonder if anyone's going to translate it...if only I'd taken Spanish instead of French last year...
So, the Youth Advisory Board I belong toat my local library is putting on a DDR tournament on Tuesday from 5-7. Anyone reading this blog who lives in the same town as me already knows about the tournament, but that's beside the point. There are some pretty good players inYAB but I think I have a good chance of winning--not that it matters, since there aren't any prizes.

Thursday, July 21, 2005

I got my new pad yesterday. It cost me mentire bank account ($60, that's what you get when you have no allowance) six video games ($21, apparently they judge on age not quality and I had a bunch of classics) and a $25 loan from my mom, but I'm the proud owner of the best softpad on the market. I can really feel the difference when I play, it makes it a lot easier. Plus, if I use the old pad too I can now play Doubles, which is more fun than normal mode.

Tuesday, July 19, 2005

I've recently started playing an online game called AdventureQuest...it's pretty cool, nice battle system, all kinds of classes that you can level yourself up in, a lot to do even with the free mode. If you donate $15 to them just once--not subscription--then you get about three times as much stuff to do. Plus, as you can see, my character looks like a total badass.

The only thing you need to know about the latest Harry Potter and the Adjective Noun...

...is that it contains the words "the constipation sensation that's sweeping the nation." Nothing further need be said.

Sunday, July 17, 2005

I have just returned...

...from the wilds of Maine, where my aunt owns a house which she lets us stay in for free for half a week each summer. It's right on the beach, very nice place, and at the end of the two-hour-drive up there we arrived to supernaturally beautiful weather--there were not literally no clouds in the sky, since there was a tiny scrap of fluff somewhere way off to the west, but the sun was very bright while a sea breeze cut the temperature down to a completely comfortable level. It was like that all three days, except for one small rainstorm. So we did what anyone would do in this situation and location...we sat inside and read books for hours on end. Oh, there was a beach trip at one point, but it only lasted an hour and no one actually went in the water. Still, it was a fun trip...and I got to play some DDR at the arcade at Old Orchard Beach, and find out just how out of practice I was. But my new pad should be arriving within the week, so not for long!

Saturday, July 09, 2005

This is pretty nifty.