Thanksgiving was pretty uneventful.  Tim’s Dad, brother, sister-in-law, and their two little kids came to stay with us.  With all the people around, naturally I spent a great deal of time hiding in my room, reading and playing WoW.  Ashland, who is as afraid of children as I am, hid in my room with me.  I’ve now read the entire Twilight saga–and I like them.  Sure there are some holes and blah blah blah, but if you’re reading a book about vampires, you shouldn’t be holding out for realism.  I don’t know if I’ll see the movie.  Maybe.

World of Warcraft really has its own language.  You might be thinking, “It’s a computer game…how can it have its own language?”  To you I reply, “LF1M h-ramps, need cc dps then g2g.”  Or even a little, “pst for av premade.”  They use words like “n00b” and “nerfed” and have a strong affinity for Chuck Norris.  I find it interesting.

Not much of a post this time, but then, there’s really nothing to post about.  And now it’s off to work for me.  Those of you who have the day off (i.e. lazy slackers) enjoy it for me.

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  1. I say see the movie. It's kinda fun. My housemates and I went to see it together and I dragged Brian too. He didn't know anything about it but I think he enjoyed some of it.

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