I can't remember exactly which of my friends brought this question to my attention. At the time I thought that's a dumb question everyone knows that. But then he dropped the egg thing in my lap and I've never been the same.
In yesterday's tiredness I completely spaced off my entire life. I watched Signs for one. It was a great movie. I didn't find it as scary as some people lead me to believe it to be. I found it much more funny and thought provoking. The best kind of movie in my opinion.
Have you guys been seeing the cool crap they've done with Metroid lately? IGN has been showing off the two versions of Samus' suit, the Standard and the Varia suit plus the Spiderball. Awesome. Also it seems that now Metroid Prime for Cube and Metroid Fusion for Game Boy Advance are going to connect. I have no idea what it will be like but it is quote "going to be really cool."
I was burning a CD for my trip back to college and I got it done so I erased all of the songs I had on it. Well I then erased Kazaa completely since I don't think I'll be back forever. Well it turns out the CD failed miserably and I have a grand total of four songs on the damn thing. The point of this story is hurray for screwing up.
When I got back to college I vegged out on the Mega Man Power Battle arcade machine. It's like visiting an upgraded version of my youth.
The promised college apartment internet has once again been pushed back to "next week." I'm starting to wonder who's worse with release dates, my apartment or Nintendo.
The first day of college went well. I only went to one wrong class. Always a plus. I'm coming to the horrifying realization that my entire high school seems to have gone to this college. So many random encounters.
My math class seems to be on the same level as most special ed classes. I've already taken three math classes ABOVE this class. Why it's required for my major I have no idea. Same with my computer class. Why can't I just skip this crap?
Have you guys seen Force Monkeys? It's a super sweet Star Wars video game comic from the twistedly perfect mind of Sean Simpson. Definitely check it out. It's like the Utopia of Web Comics.
New Link today. Troy's Bucket. It's a great video game comic from Iowa of all places. They don't have an offical link button yet but Tom from Theater Hoppers made one that we can use until the day Troy's bucket finally gets its link button on.
I lay eggs,