I realize that Bon Voyage and Teen Stuff have been out for awhile now on Sims 2, however we just bought it about a month ago when my roommate was looking to keep herself busy during my raids and so decided to pick up sims 2. I decided that it might be fun for a little while for her if she had some new stuff to play with so I got both of these packs (she tends to only like building and even with that tends to get frustrating in the game rather quickly). Read more “Sims 2: Bon Voyage, Teen Stuff, & Beyond”
You know as companies have gotten used to the internet with regards to games, the features in games for the internet have gotten progressively crappy. In the late 90s and even into the early 00s it was fairly standard to provide free content for the game on the website. This kept players coming back to the website on a regular basis so that not only were you keeping interest of your game up, but you could also advertise new products and expansions to them.
My mom called me this morning and left a message on my voice mail to tell me that my brother’s wife had her baby this morning and all was well. But what really caught my interest was in the end of the message when she made the statement that “you’re an uncle again!” Read more “Brother had his baby”
As a Packer fan and someone who absolutely hates the entirety of the Manning family…. Thank You New York Giants… I don’t think the Packers could have done it and am glad you guys went in there and stopped them from cheating their way into the record books. Thank you.
I am currently writing this from the hospital where I had my surgery yesterday. The experience itself was more than a little nerve wracking, though honestly was better than it had been previously. This is largely because I woke up at 4am yesterday, and thus by the time the surgery was getting prepped, I was already naturally groggy which helped. Despite that, I was still getting the shakes before hand just from being nervous. It is a difficult thing to go under, and everything smells and tastes like crap now from the oxygen. Read more “At the Hospital”