AndyHat (andyhat) wrote,

  • Mood:
Well, missed a few days of updates. Long days at work, and then I had to do fun stuff like build myself a custom kernel so I could get X running on the Ti 4600, which I hadn't bothered to do before. But I was thinking that it would be good to be able to rip some CD's, and the best tools for that are on Linux, so I needed to get around to restoring my Linux install to GUI usability.

Anyways, lunch Thursday and Friday was at China King Super Buffet (or some variant of that; it's really rather unclear what the official name is). Dinner Thursday at P.F.Chang's, and Friday at Carrabba's (I had the Tagliarini Picchi Pacchiu, mostly 'cause it has a funny name). And today, I had Satisfaction's pizza (meatball and italian sausage) after my stop at Millennium Music.

Games received:
  • Dungeon Keeper 2
  • Warcraft 3

Books received:
  • Mitchell, Mary Ann. Cathedral of Vampires. Mass Market Paperback. Leisure Books, 0-8439-5023-4. (Some sort of vampire novel involving the Marquis de Sade, I gather; I got it for free as my prize in last week's Hellnotes Newsletter Quiz of the Week.)
  • VanderMeer, Jeff. City of Saints & Madmen. Hardback, with bookplate signed by VandeerMeer and Michael Moorcock. Prime, 0-9668968-8-2.
  • Simmons, Dan. Worlds Enough & Time. Signed, Limited Edition. Subterranean Press, 1-931081-55-7.

CDs Received: John Fitz Rogers. Transit. Gale Recordings, 02-003.
CDs Purchased: Garrett Fisher. Passion of St. Thomas More, The. BIS CD-1158.
TV Watched (Fri.): Stargate SG-1, Farscape
TV Watched (Sat.): South Park, Odyssey 5 (July 12 episode), Jeremiah (July 12 episode)
CDs Listened to:

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