To Suck, Or Not To Suck?

The Patriots couldn’t decide if they wanted to play like shit or not play like shit today and they made a game that should have been an easy win turn into a real nailbiter. What matters is that, at the end of the day, they’ve won another game. I’m kind of glad Stephanie was away at a class meeting this afternoon because I was very vocal and agitated at times during the game and that’s usually when small arguments get started.

Other than watching the Pats game I spent some more quality time with iTunes and my CD collection. My previous CD ripping configuration was so slow and I figured out I was using the wrong DVD drive and that iTunes was a better ripping program than what I had. I’m cruising along, ripping my entire CD collection to MP3.

One of the neatest little features in the program is that it keeps a tally of how much music I have. Right now, for instance, it tells me that I have 9.6 days worth of music. I could turn it on and right now and it would be December before it was finished.

Stef and I are waffling (at least, I think that’s what we’re doing — I’m not really sure if that’s the right word) on whether to go through with our plans to buy a digital camera for Christmas. I think it could be really cool and she does too but then we each go through alternating bouts of indecision and, well, that’s just not cool.

It’s a three-day work-week and that’s something to be excited about. I’m going to stop typing now and go be excited about that.