I have nothing really to update about, but I haven’t updated this month, and I feel bad about it. This past month has really been a bit routine as far as school is concerned. Class all but makes me want to kill myself so something interesting happens in them( with the exception of a few hilarious women’s studies lectures ). My nightlife generally consists of WoW or UT2k4 or programming. I have managed to balance these things with little struggle. It turns out that this semester, I don’t seem to get as obsessed with WoW like I normally do. I really want to play it some days, and others I don’t. This is good because it means I don’t have to force myself to do my programming school work. The fact that one of the projects is a pretty sweet game doesn’t hurt. I actually enjoy programming this game, almost as much as I enjoy programming ZT( which I haven’t done anything significant to in some time ). I am level 56 in WoW, so “phat lewts” will soon be a comin’ my way.
Brian was playing in a mud puddle the other day and managed to track mud all over our freaking carpets. This wouldn’t be so bad if we owned a vacuum or a rug scrubber, but we don’t. We decided to just throw them out since we were going to do that anyway in a month.
You see, we got these carpets a Wal*Mart thinking they were ordinary, not magical, carpets. We were wrong. They have the ability to produce an INFINITE amount of what can only be described as beach sand under them. We had the same problem last spring when we packed them up to move out as well. We assumed that any sand they could produce had already been produced. We learned the hard way how bad it is to assume. After many pointless tries at getting the stuff out, I just used the Swiffer to push the sand into a box and throw it away. It was terrible. We had to mop THEN Swiffer the floor again just to get the remaining fine coat of the white death out off the floor. We succeeded though, because we are awesome. The room looks a lot better without the carpet though, and I might actually be able to use the Swiffer to keep it this way, the demon-carpets prevented this before.
I have an interview with Lockheed Martin in DC in two weeks, wish me luck.
Polish people don’t have handles on their coffee mugs!?