So I've been out of work for awhile and recently started a new job. It's cooking, which after all is what I do so that's a plus. Even betterit's half a block away, I can walk out my front door and see it. The hours are great, and the pay is adequate, for now. On the con side, it's evenings, and I can't express how much I do not want to work evenings. I moved across the countryto get a fresh start and get far away from my ex, which was bestfor both of us. On an aside, I'm still glad I don't have to see her. I'm in a place now where I would like to have a significant other in my life again. That is made a great deal harder by the fact most women my age work in the day. I have no problem meeting or talking to women, except that I'm at work when most are available. That said, I like the new job and have no intention of leaving, but I am going to try to get on days.
On the UFC front, versus 5 was Sunday, and was a good card. Notably Chris Lytle vs Dan Hardy, who put on a great fight. It was Lytle's last fight, he announced his retirement before the fight, and he looked good, almost too good to retire. He won by submission after an excellent fight of the night battle. On thepersonal fandom side, Cole Miller's one-handed guillotine choke victory was awesome. If you want a good chuckle look up "Pat Barry trains for Stephan Struve" on YouTube.
On the videogame front, I just got Fruit Ninja Kinect. Smashing fruit is fairly fun, but boy are my arms sore from punching fruit. I play it as though it were called fruit muay thai kinect, but it's more comfortable to me and it works. A diverting little game, but I agree with GS review, you really don't find that youplay it for long before you feel compelled to move on to something with a little more meat. Like Dead Rising 2. I've been playing that game like crazy.
So, I'm sore tired and on my first day off. Time to enjoy it. Fire and Death!