There are people I know and people I think I knowÂ via a few routes ofÂ 3-4 degrees of separationÂ but am not really sure. So I think I recognize them and can think of why I should recognize them.
Then again maybe I am just experiencing early symptoms of dementia and losing the logical facilities of my brain. 🙁
Last night was fun. Only played one game ofÂ 007 Agent Under Fire with my brother. Thought it interesting that I kept up with him having never touched it before. :pÂ The next he played against his friends (his 20 kills foreshadowed a frustrating night for all of them).Â I am a game addict and must stay away from such or be sucked into the vortex. For a while I was playing a hour at 7amÂ every morning before work and as soon as I got home until 2-3 in the morning. <3Â Repeat. Rinse. Repeat.
This is not a new addiction by any means. Ever since my grandmother bought her first Atari back in the early 80s I’ve been an addict. My parents had to buy me one cause I was at her house more than theirs. Console or PC? Does not matter. I have serious reservations about having a phat computer with broadband at the house. I would post here more… the people at work might miss me. Take that back… would never see me. 😀
If I understand Hotmail correctly, thenÂ I lose all of the information in my account if I do not sign in once every 30 days. I can save myself some grief by signing up for extra storage for only $20 a year. Right…. They want me to hear, “This is a good deal and will save me some grief.”Â This says to me, “Do not keep anything important at Hotmail. Make sure you have the information duplicatedÂ elsewhere.”
Besides, why do I want more space for the ton of junk mail I don’t care about?Â j3ss1 has lots of examples.