On the Frontline
I started playing Medal of Honor: Frontline last night, and let me say, thus far it’s everything I could have hoped for. The stuff I had issues with on the demo disc I played was all dealt with. The menu interface is cool, the missions are cool, the whole thing is just… cool. I need to show my dad; he’s into the WWII period stuff and I think he’d dig it, too.
The more I listen to the Kylie CD I bought, the more I like it. And, again, it doesn’t hurt that she’s a hottie. I played it for Jenn and she likes it, too, but she thinks the Kylie pix inside look trashy. I dunno… a little bit of trashy is always welcome in my book. (Jenn has a Zero-Trashy Policy that is a little disappointing at times, but that’s just the way she is. Maybe I can wear her down…?)
Not to be insensitive, but is anyone else tired of hearing about the two missing Oregon City girls? Really, I’m sorry that they’re gone, and if there was something I could do about it, I would. But since there’s not, can you stop inundating me with it? I suppose the same feeling goes for the whole September 11th thing - I’m really sorry that it happened; it was very tragic. But it’s over now and it’s time to move on. Watching a “feature” story on the news about “how America’s coping since September 11th” every month is not helping. Maybe that’s just me.
I guess some idiot stole like $12,000 worth of Cirque du Soleil costumes a couple of days ago from their tent here in Portland. That’s just wonderful promotion for the arts, right there. I don’t know this person, but I think I hate them. Just irritating. Besides, where do they think they’re going to sell these stolen costumes? It’s not like the corner shop makes them; anyone who sees these things are going to know exactly where they came from. What a dumbass.