May 23rd, 2010

Moa: The King of Destruction

A busy day for not having done anything

Today's Manga: Nothing. I had five dollars in Borders Bucks, and they didn't even have either of the copies of The Shinji Ikari Raising Project 5 from last week. In fact, all they had was one copy of the first one. I'm serious. I may have to try again tomorrow, especially if I go looking for a Droid, but I don't think I will. I did, however, buy Slayers Revolution at Best Buy along with some DVD+RWs, in case the DVD recorder works for me.

I also gave LP streaming a try. The verdict is that recording locally while I stream isn't going to work - it might be because I was recording the video and audio on the same hard drive, but I think the computer was just working too hard. Streaming without recording seemed to be pretty good, though, so I think I'll stick to that in the future. I need to watch the recorded stream to see how the quality was before I decide that it's good enough to point people to it, but I've found a pretty good group of people to lend commentary. Clever Spambot wants you all to know how famous he is. I suspect you already do. Ha!

Still catching up on the videos from last week - hopefully, I'll get through the rest tomorrow. Along with the webcomics I didn't bother to read today. Oops. At least I unpacked the suitcase.
Moa: The King of Destruction

When I think of all the time I saved by not ever watching Lost, I feel accomplished.

I think the best part of the day was another Dark Cloud 2 stream. Curt and I tried the new chicken tenders at Hardee's - I think honey mustard would have been a better choice than ranch, but they were pretty good. I wanted to try the pork sandwiches apparently available at Burger King, but they were out. Or possibly never had any to begin with. But the picture looked like it had pickles, onions, ketchup, and mustard, which can't be right. And the new powers in Prince of Persia: Forgotten Sands are fun to play around with. I'm enjoying the new platforming mechanics, and the upgrade system lets me choose what powers I want to be proficient in. For all the minor complaints I have, it's a fun game and brings back the sarcastic Prince from Sands of Time who made the entire game that much more fun just for his personality. In fact, I may play more of that before bed instead of watching anime.