Showin’ off the place...

So Tracey and Stacie stopped by the place tonight and I got further confirmation that our place rocks. Both of them were very impressed with the overall place in general, and specifically what we've done to it. We talked for a little while, but for the most part, the visit was short. They may be coming to the party Sunday, though.

As for that party, we're expecting it to be pretty freakin' awesome. Obviously I'll post some pictures (assuming we remember to take some) after it's all said and done.

As for what else is going on, well, the Olympic editions of SportsPickle are finally done, and we can now resume our weekly schedule, as opposed to this Monday-Wednesday-Friday madness. It was nice for awhile, but I don't think I could do it on a weekly basis (and neither could DJ for that matter, I think). If you haven't been reading SportsPickle during the Olympics, all the issues are linked on the front page for your enjoyment.

I'm almost done converting all my images to 1680x1050 resolution, then once I do that, I've got about 60 or so I've pulled from SexyDesktop in the past few weeks that need to be integrated into the collection. I don't want to start those while I'm still doing conversions, because that would just mess up the whole system.

Oh, I picked up the new 2Pac live CD the other day. Wait. Read that sentence again. Here, I'll help you by typing it again, in nice big letters. I PICKED UP THE NEW 2PAC LIVE CD. 2Pac, who has been dead for almost eight years, has a new live CD! The motherfucker died in 1996. He has a live CD, that includes songs that weren't released until 1998 (Troublesome), 1999 (Tattoo Tears) and 2002 (Never Call U Bitch Again) respectively. That's right. On his live CD are songs that weren't released until after he "died." Yeah, right. 2Pac is NOT dead. Dead people don't release live CDs with new music. Not in this world. Especially not if they've come out with one CD a year since they "died."

Oh, I also picked up the new Mase CD. It's not bad, but let's put it this way: if Mase died tomorrow, people would not be clamoring for eight CDs in the next eight years from him. Still, it's not a bad comeback album.