Work and Etc.

So my father called me out of the house today to go look at the back yard. He found this thing sticking out from the grape vines:

It’s a bee nest the size of a soccer ball! (I’m too scared now to take the pictures at the yard) So yea, yet another unusual problem in our house kind of breaks the flow of my rather regular flow of life.

So, AX is officially over, and the UCI Studios Arts office officially hired me as a full time employee for the job that I’ve been working on for the past few months now (on half-time pay). I do get to work at home and have rather flexible hours, so in the short run this life is not bad at all.

In the evenings, I’m throwing myself back into World of Warcraft – since my WoW company is heading into the raid sized end game dungeons that needs a well equipped party of 40. A week was spent pecking at lower level dungeons for bits and pieces of equipment that I need, and now that I’m generally satisfied with what I have, I can take a break and hopefully start something on my own.

recently recommended me to go read Misfile, and after spending an evening to catch up to the storyline, I’m 1) rather happy with the story 2) really pumped up to want to do my own webcomic since the art and story content that I’ve read is rather similar to the kind of things I have in mind.

Now all I need is 1) a decent story and 2) time away from WoW so I can actually do stuff (again).

met and recently at the Nickel arcade with the new ITG2 machine. In the Groove is really nothing like DDR – the songs mostly suck, the dance steps are not meant to be danced, but it is challenging – steps are usually meant to punish you rather than make you feel like you’re dancing. If anything, those who enjoyed the “Max” part of DDR Max would come to appreciate ITG… but it’s certainly not a replacement for DDR.

P*S* I think I’m more receptive about liquor now that I’ve stole a few sips and find out that most mixed drinks taste rather good. I’m still not very into the throwing up part though.

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