Wednesday, September 01, 2004

BlackOps is in effect

So, I finally got off my ass and registered BlackOpsHQ.com and it's live now. For now, it forwards you to the menu page of my homepage (just like AdamReisinger.com does), but eventually it'll have its own section on the site, where hopefully we'll post the web comic. Once Pooz and Moore get back from Atlanta (they're headed down there from tomorrow through Monday) maybe we can try to get that off the ground. We already have some ideas for some early editions. Of course, the first thing we need to get up there is the gallery from the party. That is, once I get rid of the self-incriminating photos.

As for what else is going on, not much. I pretty much just chilled out today, which was probably a good idea, given that I'm working the next seven days or so, and in that stretch it's just me and Geoff. Work's gonna be crazy. Hopefully I'll be able to take my time off after that to enjoy my G5 (which is still scheduled to ship OOB Sept. 3, as of 30 minutes ago).

There's a new commercial airing for the Westfarms mall using an IM theme, which in of itself would be lame, but they actually mention the Apple Store (something about "the webcams are so cool" or some stuff like that) which is nice.

In not so cool news, it looks like the charges against Kobe Bryant are going to be dropped with prejudice, so the D.A.'s office won't be able to bring Bryant back to trial at any point in the future. Obviously, this looks very good for Bryant and very bad for the prosecution. To be honest, it doesn't even look good for the civil trial. The biggest thing is the amount of money that's been spent on the pre-trial hearings to date. If I were a resident of Eagle County, I'd be pretty pissed about the waste of my tax money. The trial has brought nothing but bad publicity to Eagle, the dropped charges bring more bad publicity, and at a cost of millions of dollars. But hey, Kobe's gonna have to play with the crap team that is the Lakers, so it's all good.

Picked up a bunch of DVDs yesterday, and they're on the list to the side (but not in the complete DVD Library section yet). Yes, I bought "SBTB: The College Years." I might be the only person on the planet (aside from Bob Golic) who enjoyed that show. Obviously It doesn't have the timeless quality of the original show, but I found that some of the episodes were still pretty funny. As I right this, I'm actually watching some of the high school episodes right now. This show was so stupid and so funny at the same time.

Time to wrap this up. Gotta go kick 'em in the grill.

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