I don’t have anything snide to say, just some replies.
On Rock Band: Okay, okay, I’ll concede to you not wanting to buy Rock Band 2 for the Wii. I won’t be buying a three-six, though. Look at it this way, I have about 2 to 3 hours a night Sun-Thurs during the work week to actually play video games and I don’t play video games on weekends, I can’t justify buying an entire new system + games for it when most of my free time is spent on WoW anyway. Even if I didn’t play WoW, I still couldn’t justify spending that kind of money for a few hours a night, maybe. I generally think, “Will I even play this game?”, when looking to buy a new game for the Wii as it is. I guess Rock Band with the crew will remain a distant memory forever.
The Wii’s disk space is 512, so not much more than the 256 that the three-six offers.
On Maryland’s Question 2: A fair answer, I suppose. I still can’t see that much more money coming to the government from gambling though. Also, living in the area I also get Marylander’s calling into radio stations and none of the teacher’s calling in support it, which is opposite of the commercial about the money. Granted, the complainers are generally the loudest, so maybe I am getting a skewed perspective there.
On your Habit: Good to hear you are at least playing a game for more than a day now.
On Peter: Fine, future Peter was the end of the world in season 1, so he was pretty messed up. Future Peter this season 3 didn’t create all of the super-powered normal people, so what was so bad there? I am not saying there wasn’t anything, just that I don’t recall it. Still though, I just want to see Peter do something awesome. He has the best ability in the series and mostly just whines.
On Arthur: I don’t really think “the hunger” would matter much to him, he already is cool with killing people for no reason, and can absorb their powers as well, now he just has 3 ways of getting some else’s powers. In fact, the killing them thing might be a plus for him. At any rate, we probably won’t learn anything at all next week, as it seems to be a “before season 1″ episode, which is crap.
On your B-Day: I sent you a text message when I woke up this morning, I hope you got it and that it didn’t wake you. At any rate, happy B-day, sir.
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P.S. Lori!? You still read the site? I get bored with it sometimes, I can’t imagine what keeps you entertained. Thanks for still reading (and commenting), though.