Scott Hardie | December 5, 2001
Saturday I melted.

Wednesday I finished my Survivor game, Thursday I worked on my Star Trek game, Friday I prepared a session of my Matrix game, and Saturday I ran that session. After weeks of working hard on my various games, I was finally finished. No more Matrix game until January. No more Survivor until after that. The Star Trek game will probably die in the next two weeks due to lack of participation. Some of these facts are good and some are bad, but the bottom line is that I'm done. And it feels great. All I've been doing for the past four days since then is A) playing The Sims and B) playing Final Fantasy VII. And, I suppose, going to class, but it's the end of the semester, so there's virtually no homework.

So, not much to say, but I thought I'd post something here. Is anybody having an interesting week?

Anna Gregoline | December 5, 2001
No.

D. R. | December 6, 2001
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Brannan Conrad | December 13, 2001
Sorry about the lack of participation thing...

But FFVII RULES! I love that game so much. And yea, I have had a fairly interesting week (well more of a interesting sunday) I went to a martialarts tournement and did Gum Do sparring, whic is swordfighting. =) I took first in that, which made me really happy and I took 2nd in Tae Kwon Do sparring, which I'm a little upset by, but no big deal.

Scott Hardie | December 13, 2001
I love that game too. Unfortunately, I have been reminded yet again of why getting a mod chip for your PlayStation and burning all of your games is a bad idea, as my disc goes bad while the heroes are in space. I plan to buy a real copy again in February when I get a PS2, so I guess I'll have to wait until then to get it.

Btw, don't mention to Kelly that you like swordfighting. Trust me. :-)


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