Monday, January 29, 2007

No Post

Nothing happened today.

Lucy is driving me insane.


I have posted reviews to last week's comics at Comic Fodder.

Is Carolina lurking at my blog? Say hi. Send an e-mail. Call. Something. It's been a while.

The last two movies I watched were: Jesse James meets Frankenstein's Daughter, and The Punisher. Something has gone very wrong in my life.

I am sort of excited about Windows Vista. You know how you get excited about the new TV season because you sort of hope that THIS year they'll come up with something you can watch? Even though they usually don't? It's sort of like that. It's like birthdays when you reach middle school and you quit getting Transformers and start getting Knights of the Round Table shirts in weird colors you never would have picked out yourself. I guess I'm always up for anything new.

That said, I'm not buying anything with Vista on it for six months, minimum.

I have an underbite. Sometimes it bothers me. When I close my mouth, my top teeth touch my bottom teeth. I could probably get it fixed as my father-in-law has been known to straighten a tooth or three, but 99.5% of the time, I don't think about it. But I bet he stares at it, knowing exactly what he'd do to fix it. Well, I shall be the teeth that got away.

Lucy is now asleep.

Jason has gone into radio silence since Saturday. I need to fit him with a bell.

Mel is usually asleep. Sometimes he chases the ball. Down the stairs. Add the cat to the stairwell, and hilarity ensues.


J.S. said...

Deriding you publicly on the blog doesn't count as communication?

The League said...

Sort of. It's sort of a 1-way thing and doesn't close the communication loop.

RHPT said...

Don't buy into the Vista hype. Plus, unless you bought your computer in the past 3-6 months, it probably wont be able to run all the cool new GUI stuff. I bought my laptop a year ago, and its probably not going to be able to render all those fancy graphics.

The League said...

As a Windows user/the abused of the 90's, I know better than to buy into the Vista hype. But I also don't know what MS is supposed to do for marketing. "Yeah, we got a new Windows. But don't feel like you've got to buy it" somehow doesn't sound very exciting.

Apple manages to convince Mac users that their new OS's will fill that consumerist void in their soul with every new release, and that's always met with wil applause. With MS, there's sort of this kneejerk reaction to an upgrade (and that's all it really is), but what are you going to do? Refuse to upgrade?

Anyhow, as I said in the post, I'm sort of blandly excited to actually see Vista. I just don't think it's going to change my life or anything. And I don't plan to buy a box and have Vista on it until well into 2007.

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