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Well, I got enough of the web page done to call it a success and technically we could go live, but I never heard back from Craig about the status of the archiving he was doing before we go live. I sent him a message saying that we were all ready to go. I guess it’s possible he’ll push it out tonight, but either way, I’m not too concerened since I finished in time and that’s all that mattered to me.

I hate to admit it, but that jackhole on Macromedia’s forums was probably right about the menu system, so I’ve downloaded some suggested dreamweaver extensions that I am gonna play with in the next week or so. It looks like it may take a bit more effort with a much nicer end result.

So, yeah, between frantic ’bouts at coding the web page, I have been playing Splinter Cell: Pandora Tomorrow. I haven’t talked about it at all, but it was pretty much the bad-assest game I’ve played in a while… I was wanting a third person stealth action game and damn did I get was I was asking for. I checked it out from Hastings and, well, I returned it 11 days late, but it was all worth it. Heck, apparently if you have a game checked out long enough, and don’t answer your phone, Hastings will send you a letter telling you that you still haven’t returned your rental, but if you bring it in with the letter, they’ll credit half of the late fees and a free rental. So even though I still ended up paying $4, I think it really paid off in the end. I definitely came out ahead.

If course I think its a good thing I finished the game because its warped my perception. I was at Target shopping around for a good container for my my milk at work and I passed the storeroom door. It was ajar and there were monitors in there hooked up to some cameras. My first instinct was to check the cameras, make sure I wasn’t on camera, slip through the door and find the darkest corner to crouch in and figure out my next move. Yeah. I had a lot of fun, but I’m glad I didn’t buy the original Splinter Cell at Hastings (they had it for only $10 used for Xbox).

I did pick up Love Don’t Cost A Thing since one of my favorite moves is Can’t Buy Me Love and I enjoyed Nick Cannon in Drumline. I’ll write on how I liked it tomorrow.

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