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Call Center Purgatory
Monday, August 22, 2005
  Sweet Nothingness...


My mind is empty of all call-center related things. Instead it is overcome by the intellectual subtleties of "Serious Sam-The Second Encounter" with my new set of speakers. The cat is scared of the noise, especially since it has a subwoofer now.

Serious Sam is a great game that does not take itself seriously and has all kinds of hidden jokes. Its like Duke Nukem, without the scantily clad women. I like it because its easy enough I don't have to cheat.

I don't play video games all the time. But every once in a while I just let myself go. I had ice cream for dinner, that's right-nothing else, and have done nothing else but stick my nose in the computer since I got home.

Mrs. Cog allows this from time to time, but its not a good idea to make it a habit. I'm not whipped, I just prefer a happy wife...

I'll try to have something intelligent tomorrow-but don't hold your breath or anything.

Thanks for reading,

AC

 
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