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2007-03-08 - 10:41 a.m.
Yesterday I spent the better part of my work shift shifting. Video games, that is.
Three sets of games got rotated - the pair at position A went to position B, the pair at B went to C, and the pair at C went to A. I hope that makes sense to you all.
But the back sides of the games are very dusty, and my allergies were in attack mode. So I took a dust-bath while I moved all these things.
The only upside is that they were all on wheels, so they moved with little difficulty.
In the More TV Trash Dept.:
ABC has green-lighted a pilot for a new series about...well, go look.
It could work. It may be interesting. Or it could be the next Cop Rock.
Brin managed to pack last night, so we have no concerns about getting her to the airport on time.
We'll grab some lunch, make a visit to Ikea (not to buy, but just to walk) and then I'll drop her off.
It's been a good visit. I enjoy her company. But it's always nice to get my bedroom back.
Be seeing you.
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