All About DurhamNC
"I have summoned you here for a purpose."
Really, the last itme I made a post was May of 2008? When I lived in San Francisco? And now it's 2011 and I'm back on the east coast in DC?
Greetings from the West Coast! We came out here with 10 days to find a place (in advance of our move in late June). Who'd have thought we'd end up with a lovely apartment on Day 1. Happily, this means nine days of exploring the city and the region. We've been every where from Point Reyes and Napa to San Jose. An there are still three days remaining! Tomorrow we venture to the Rock. I've had my feet in the Pacific, we've driven down Lombard Street -- and have only scratched the surface. It'll be a good place to live for a year. It's only too bad I can't change my user name to something like Frisco or SanFranCA.
So, it happened. What MS likes to call the Red Ring of Light; what the rest of the gaming world knows better as the Red Ring of Dealth. I had it. Two months, two consoles crap out. Oddly, I'm far more forgiving of the PSP than I am the 360, simply because I knew that one day my Microsoft console would die. Add to that the terrible customer service experience I had with a woman, bless her, who couldn't understand me and forced me to repeat everything to the point I could barely contain my exasperation.
I bought my 360 not quite 2 years ago, in September of 2006. According to the console itself, it was manufactured in 2005. This demise was, sadly, inevitable.
And when did your 360 first red-ring?
My Recent Reviews
Shot at USCB in 1995, this classic short with its cynical take on love and relationships has been circulating around the internet for years.
The fainting goat is a breed of domestic goat whose external muscles freeze when it's startled. It's real. I mean it!
Everyone's been talking about Kiwi, the great little animated short put together by Dony Permedi. The questions remains: what does it mean to you?
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