Friday, October 9, 2009

"I lost"

First let me explain a game we play:

Rule 1) If you think about the game you lose.

Thats all there is to it. Of course no one really remembers who all loses only who the last loser was. So if you find yourself having just lost you should probably tell a friend who knows about the game so that they understand that you lost. And thus they lose. Great fun and all.

Also this weekend we(my class) had to move from Bravo company to Delta. Which was overall a yay thing. And then this morning we were told we were going to be sleeping at battalion because Delta didn't have beds for us.

Upon showing up at Battalion the Sargent asked for a "highspeed soldier". I volunteered and was tasked with keeping the third floor clean and making sure everyone cleaned their rooms and wokeup on time. In exchange I get a lovely two man room instead of an 8 or 16 man room. Yay.

Wulfa let me buy a PSP from my battle for about $40 two to three weeks ago. This has been an awesome purchase. I bought FFVII: Crisis Core and have been playing the heck out of that game. Also I've read a lot of Niven the past couple of weeks and found him to be a rather enjoyable author.

Not much else to report. 31 days til I graduate.

My new room:


Patrick said...

Heh...I've been winning the game for about a year now. I suppose I should be mad that you made me lose, but I got a good laugh when I red the second line of your post over Charleen's shoulder.

I'll have to figure out a way to play FFVII:Crisis Core some day. I'm a big fan of that storyline and that game looks awesome.

Glad to hear things are going well for you. Congrats on the room. Sounds like you've got a real handle on things. I wish you nothing but the best.

Dammerung said...

Thanks Patrick :P

FFVII:Crisis Core is pretty awesome story wise... you get a much better view of Shinra and Soldier right before the events of FFVII and some of the actions that happen in FFVII seem more reasonable.

MamaWau said...

Significantly cleaner than pre-army, pre-married days ... Go Army!