Kennedy has recently become very good friends with our friends' son William. It all started at Taco Bell when he tried to give her the rest of his quesadilla. I guess she takes after her daddy. The fastest way to her heart is her stomach! Too bad these were a little late for valentine's day. Although, yesterday she was getting smooches from another friend's son. Shh, we haven't told William yet. We want to break it to him softly.
I feel the need to re-review the Netflix streaming video service, this time for the PS3. Since we got the PS3 roughly a week ago, we've watched quite a lot of video, and not once has it paused playback due to "changed bandwidth" or because my internet connection had slowed. And just before I got the PS3 I called NewWave and had my internet speed reduced to save a bit of money. I don't believe that my internet connection suddenly got better, which leaves me to conclude that there is a problem with streaming Netflix on Xbox 360. With the Blu-ray and DVD upscaling, and a superior Netflix experience, the PS3 is quickly becoming the "always-on" console. The 360 will still be used for gaming, but it will finally be getting a well-deserved break.
On a related note, a local video store has been having a going-out-of-business sale for a week or so, and I finally made it out there to see what they had left. The game selection was pretty slim, but I managed to snatch the original Phoenix Wright for DS for ten bucks. I also grabbed Kick Ass, Slumdog Millionaire, and Precious on Blu-ray. Three Blu-rays and a DS game ran me forty-two dollars. Thanks to services like Netflix and Redbox, I got a sweet deal, and several people are losing their jobs. Capitalism at work, folks.
I have today and tomorrow off work. The first of my two goals is now accomplished (writing a blog). The other goal is to finish the backstory for my d20 Modern campaign. Wish me luck!