That said, the biggest excitement today was that Curt and I went to Best Buy (he'll post the story in his LJ or bad_service soon, I'm sure), and since I had a $5 certificate and a Monday deadline to spend $50 while using it, with no Wiis in my future, I bought that Quick Charge Kit for the XBox 360 controller that I've been wanting, as well as Destroy All Humans and its sequel for the PS2. I hear that they get boring eventually, but they're pretty addicting and funny so far. And it's going to take me ages to hunt down all the secrets even in just the first area, let alone the entire game. Twilight Princess may not even get a look in while Curt's out of town. But who am I kidding? I'm planning to milk my Wii privileges for all they're worth.
I also got two letters today from State Farm, advising me that they've transferred my policy to the local agent I picked up the check from. Good deal, mostly, although that could confuse things for the medical claim in progress. I don't think it will, because I don't know whether the hospital's even gotten my information yet, but that remains to be seen. I still plan to ask them, though: if they don't have either of the forms I've already filled out with my insurance information, who does? And why should I give them another copy for them to violate my privacy with? It's a sad, sad, sad, sad world.
I'm still deciding whether to fix a time problem my system's been having or not. I may just leave it as is. Given that being a full day off seems acceptable to Livejournal, always transmitting the same incorrect time can't be too bad for a tactical system. Can it?