Slight update – Despite what I said in the video, I discovered afterwards that widdleness here can be fed out of a saucer. He hasn’t quite got the technique down though (he keeps dipping his nose into the milk)
Well, I also got some new games–Rainbow Six and Outpost 1.5 (the latter isn’t necessarily “new” to me–its just a patched version of a game I already own). Both for PC. Will talk more in coming weeks.
Two things I didn’t realize until I was done.
First was that at the beginning it kinda looked like I punched her. I didn’t–I just scruffled her fur a little. She was already in a hand-biting mood (to her, it’s just a game).
Second was that the whole video comes off like Yoyo coerced me into letting her be a lap-cat and having me say how cute she is. Oh well! 😉
My ISP is trying to screw me over, so its possible my presence online might become more sporadic than it already is.
The basic situation is this: Currently I’ve got a deal with HughesNet where I get 10GB of bandwidth a month, but at night it becomes unlimited bandwidth–meaning if I stay up late, I can do all the really intensive stuff like downloading Youtube videos etc.
But now they’re trying to change it so that instead of nighttime being unlimited, I just have an extra 10 GB during that time. I’m really not a huge fan of this idea because it means I’d be able to do basically nothing, I’d have to stop watching Youtube videos and stuff. I might also have to stop uploading videos (because even though UPloads aren’t supposed to eat into bandwidth, they do anyway). Which would suck.
Here’s hoping I can get this fixed.
This is something I just happened to run across.
Okay, first of all, Here’s Lion-O from the 2012 remake of Thundercats.
Why am I posting that? Because of here’s Levan, the hero of Cartoon Network’s “Legends of Chima,” a new show that just came out.
I don’t watch CN anymore, and wouldn’t have noticed except for an advertisement on a Youtube video, but once I saw it I had to mention this. Throughout the ad I kept expecting it to say “Lego Thundercats” (Levan there isn’t the only one with a coincidental similarity) but nope, its a new thing.
In other news, I picked up Dynasty Warriors 2 and Onimusha (the first one, also called Onimusha Warlords) at a game store two days ago. I’ve already beaten the latter, which is something I’m sad to report because I freaking loved Onimusha. Dynasty Warriors 2, on the other hand, is kinda boring. But I might feature it in a video, so I’ll say no more.