Saturday, March 13, 2004

So, another Saturday at work. I still contend that no one should have to work on Saturday or Sunday. I just think it's mean to make people work those days unless their work is so absolutely necessary that society as a whole would crumble to the ground without them on the job. But maybe that's just me.

In other news, the beginnings for the yearly craze known as March Madness have begun to take a hold of the wife. She's a huge fan of college basketball (her favorite team is Cincinnati), and tournament time is without a doubt her favorite time of the year. She's already informed me that I am not allowed to bother her during Selection Sunday, which is tomorrow. Which is OK, as I still have The Sims to keep me entertained.

On yet another tangent, I read a great article that I found a link to on Slashdot about the coming fall of the console video game industry. Good read, and the direct link is HERE.

Friday, March 12, 2004

Fridays are no day to be at work. I think we need to lobby our representatives in Washington D.C. to institute a 4 day work week. That would be really great, cause I'd be able to have much more leisure time (something that is really lacking in my life right now). Doesn't that sound like a great idea?

Oh, be sure to visit and see how the fight to stop the cancellation of the WB's Angel can use your help.

Wednesday, March 10, 2004

I just found out about this listening to NPR this morning - Paul Winfield passed away Sunday night More Info HERE, and then I'm reading the news on Yahoo (link to the story follows) that Robert Pastorelli was found dead today. More Info HERE. They will be missed.

Tuesday, March 09, 2004

Being sick is really no fun at all. I stayed home from work to try and get better, slept a lot, felt a little better when I got up this morning. So I go to work today - and I'm feeling sick again. And working while your sick = not fun. Ah well.