Tuesday, February 1, 2011

Snow, Julie and Julia, First Strike, and More Snow

As what seems to pervade my entire life in a sort of suppressive manner, snow has once again descended upon my state. Which sucks, because we only got like two days of rest since the last storm... and there's one tonight, and there's one Saturday, and in my unprofessional opinion WE'RE ALL GOING TO DIE.

Since I was forced to stay inside today (aside from shoveling. I tried my best to get over to my friend's house, but we got stuck in the snow, and when we finally rolled precariously out of our driveway- I say precariously because the snowbanks on either side make it impossible to see down the street so the possibility we were going to be hit by an oncoming car was present- we got stuck at the end of the street and had to push our car out of a snowbank), I obviously had to comb through my massive collection of books to find one I haven't read recently, and I picked up Julie & Julia. It's a movie now, and I saw it, and it was good, but I still love the book.
It makes me really hungry, even though I would never eat half of the things she makes. So I made myself a turkey and cheese sandwich for lunch which, trust me, is an unusual display of culinary prowess given that usually Ramen is a stretch. That's all related to laziness, by the way.
Then, when I finished Julie & Julia and played my fill of Fallout: New Vegas, I decided I would fork up the $15-odd bucks for the First Strike map pack for BlackOps. Now, normally I don't buy DLCs or map packs because I have no need to, and I didn't really care about the multi-maps, but once I heard they included a new zombie map, I HAD TO HAVE IT, because I really hate Kino and Five is growing old, although it's certainly better. I've yet to try Ascension, but I will soon. As for the multimaps, I DESPISE Stadium and Berlin Wall- especially Berlin Wall- but Discovery is all right. I haven't tried the others yet.
Also I had a bit of a mental breakdown today, but that's nothing new. I threw a bit of a cabin-fever fit when I realized I couldn't go anywhere, and then I stubbed my toe which made my rage rear its ugly head and breathe fire over everything I love. And then I realized I'll probably never be good at Call of Duty, but I got over that, too.
So my mental health state is now stable, but fragile.
I'd also like to make a new YouTube video, but I don't know what it should be about. I filmed something about the Obama interview taking place there, but I think it's passed and it was stupid anyway. Scratch that, I don't want to make a new video. Maybe I'll write something for once.

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