Very bored.

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Me: I WIN!!!
Me: 1000 POINTS
Cady: oooo shit

I shouldn’t have stopped playing FFXI for tonight. I’ve been sitting in front of the computer screen for an hour, shifting through my webcomics and my friend entries and stuff. I did work on my program for my Comp Sci class, though, which is more work than I had planned to do tonight. So I guess that puts me in the clear.

I’ll blog about what I did this weekend. It was jam-packed full of things.

Friday, a lot of people headed down to the Boardwalk. I faced off with my friend Steven, from College 8 – I don’t know him too well besides through playing DDR, but he’s in my math class, so we greet each other often, at least. A few of my friends from the women’s hall hung out there too – Saku is getting quite good at Percussion Freaks and Oniko at Dance Maniax. There’s also Otis, who’s from Porter, and uh, damn, I forgot his name, but he’s from Crown. Both of them are high 9-footers. I’ll probably be playing more often with them. There’s also Alex from Cabrillo, the community college – we played the Paranoia Brothers MAX2 oni, and boy did that hurt. I got a good night’s sleep after doing that.

Next, uh, afternoon, after lunch, I… wait, I didn’t do much. Yeah, I played FFXI.

Friday night, though, I was invited by a friend from Wilderness Orientation (a Sierra trip I had gone on before school started) to go to a “dinner party” at his house. So I boarded the bus with a few other WO people, and all of a sudden, we were in the middle of a frat party. Or at least, a whole busload of rowdy, drunk college “students.” It was quite an experience. Well, it was entertaining until a brawl broke out and people started throwing up all over the bus.

After cussing out the bus driver for some odd reason, the frat party got off the bus, and we continued to our destination.

Once we got there, we were greeted by our host, and offered some beer or wine. Since he had nothing else, I poured myself a glass and just munched on some grapes and cheese, and played some cards to wait for a few more people to arrive. People started to file in – people I had never seen before. Sooner or later, the place was packed with everyone BUT people from WO, and there was no dinner food to be found.

As soon as I couldn’t really move anymore, I decided to leave. I had had only two glasses of wine, but I was dizzy. It’s either I’m a lightweight, or that wine was really cheap.

At least it was an experience. I’ve really never been to a college party. First time for everything. I didn’t have any dinner, though. Eh.

But today was TEH EVENT: the UCSC 3rd annual Tetris tournament. YES. I’ve got Tetris on my Pocket PC and I play it all the time. So why wouldn’t I sign up?

About 30 people had signed up to play, so we were split into 8 groups and played round-robin within the groups. The winners went onto quarter-finals, then semi-finals, then finals, then the FINAL BATTLE.

There weren’t Tetris arcade machines there, or Nintendos, or whatever – instead, there were four computers set up with the ZSNES emulator, running Tetris Battle Gaiden, some weird Japanese version with a CHARACTER SELECT. That can’t be good.

What it meant was that each character has their own special moves – and when pulled off at the opportune moment, they can seriously screw up their opponent. No one wishes it was so. I’d so rock everyone if it was normal Tetris, but with this new angle, it was greatly based on luck… and I only made it to the semi-finals. Meh. I guess it would have taken too long if it was just a regular game of Tetris. I can play for quite an amount of time.

That was my weekend. Fun times. Did new stuff. Hung with new people. Wouldn’t mind if all weekends were like this.

Oh and my roommate was out of town so I could sleep NAKED. Yeah, that’s right. You GET that mental image.

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