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October 26, 2005

The Pilot Program

I've been away from the blog for a while and the computer was starting to give me dirty looks for ignoring it. You might think it's because I started playing Age of Empires II. Or maybe you might think about the fact that I recently spent $200 at Best Buy to a) purchase a copy of Black and White 2 and b) purchase a new graphics card to get Black and White 2 to actually work. Maybe that's why I've been neglecting both hands.

But no--it's been for legitimate reasons! I've spent only a few hours on each video game, instead spending my time doing actual WORK. What the hell is that about?

It appears that I have successfully fooled everyone and convinced Bob's Hogs and Weiner Pigs to give me a larger territory. I am, in fact, taking part in a pilot program and will be covering whole states! Four of them! How incredibly stressful for me--who hardly can find her way to the grocery store and back! Now I'm expected to drive to all sorts of places throughout the Pacific Northwest, although I did make it very clear that I do not drive in snow, nor do I climb any mountains. When the sun shines and the passes are clear, that's when you'll see me in Boise.

So, I'll try to get back on a regular posting schedule. Things have been happening (dishwasher continuing to work, Brandon and Down With Pants! posting a special restaurant entry for Frinklin and I, my sister getting an awsome job) and I keep thinking about how I should be posting...

Posted by Ensie at October 26, 2005 07:33 PM

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Four states? Geezie creezy.

I love AoE2 (That's "The Conquerors" right?) but I've not installed it on this ompcuter yet. Too... much... Sims...

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