- Word Bubbles. Not at all a puzzle game, but a word game. poshcat linked it last week or so, and I've been playing it daily since. I LOVE THIS ONE.
- Atomica. This is a lot like Clines (which came in real handy when my internet was down at work the other day).
- Tower Builder. I was obsessed with this one a month or so ago.
So, anyone got any online game recs? Time-waster recs, if you will.
So, dianora2 had this meme.
1. Post about something that made you happy today even if it's just a small thing.
2. Do this every day for a week without fail.
3. Tag 8 of your friends to do the same.
Happy Day 1: I set up my new work computer today, and thanks to the replies in my last post, it worked like a charm! Oh my god, having all my passwords, my extensions, my Clippings, my autofills right there at my fingertips in a few seconds flat? HEAVENLY. And then I spent the afternoon translating The Office (season 1), and watching/proof reading Dead Like Me and Monk. It was a pretty damn good work day, let me tell you. The boss even brought in some pastry for the afternoon
I'm not tagging anyone, this is more to force myself to post every day for 7 days straight. Let's see if I can keep it up!
YAAAAAAAAAAAAY! I'm so happy the right team won. Okay, my team won. Same difference. *g*
I'm liking it enough to keep going, but I feel like it needs to get over that hump, find its groove. One thing I'm really not all that interested in is Robin's inexplicable crush on Sam. I just don't get what she sees in him. What I could see is them as an established couple, being meaner than ever, it's just this unrequited thing that feels all wrong to me.
Of the two comedies about mean people I've been watching lately, I have to say, I prefer It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia.
This series fills that Bluth-shaped hole in my heart. Though the comedy isn't quite up to Arrested Development standards, I still love watching mean people being mean and snarky. And these people are SO mean and snarky that there's really no other choice but to love them. Unless you choose to turn off your TV, which is a perfectly valid choice as well.
I'm just a couple of episodes away from finishing season 1, and I'm trying to draw it out, because I wanted to wait until after Christmas to download the rest of the show. For once I'm not buying the DVDs, because I just don't trust that they're widescreen, like it says. Amazon only has the show in full screen. And why would season 3 be in a different format? I'm sorry, but in this day and age, if you put out fullscreen DVDs for your show, you're just asking for piracy. From me, I mean.