All entries for July 2006

July 08, 2006

Happy birthday to me…

Home–ness is broadly uneventful. I've been playing Eternal Darkness, which is interesting. I dislike the fighting parts, but the rest of it works well.

Need to meet up with people more, especially since fun was had at Libby's house. Hennell is sad and "Can I have your kidneys?" is a great chat–up line. Invisible cats look like radiators.

Had a birthday. Now have a digital camera. The two are less connected than it might seem, since I found and bought it. Also, Ian's used it more than I have.

Working at the Orpheus again. Today about 4/5 of my time has been spent there. Need to see Pirates of the Caribbean 2.

Philip's going off for a week so that he can learn Maths.


July 02, 2006

Choice of distractions

So in an unusual turn of events, I've decided to actually play a video game (SSBM/other multiplayer games count as socialising, not playing video games).

Do I play Beyond Good and Evil or Eternal Darkness: Sanity's Requiem?


New blog location

After a hiatus of several years, I’ve started blogging again at blog.draknek.org.

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