Ugh. I only managed to get this one page completed in a week. I guess I’ll have to work a lot more THIS week to make up for it. I had a number of distractions…

So, the Xbox One. Confusing name, some things I don’t like about it, but overall I’m not that disappointed in anything about the console itself (save for no backwards compatibility, Kinect being always connected, and the fact that I can no longer borrow games from friends). My main concern was that there were no real games announced for it that I care about. I’ve never been a fan of Madden OR Call of Duty, so I didn’t really care for those. Though, with E3 just a little over a month away, they really shouldn’t put everything on the table just yet.

Arrested Development is back! My good friend Zach and I marathoned the season the second it went up (3AM for us). I have to say, I am not disappointed. The pacing is a little weird, and the first 3 episodes are slow (all backstory), but after Episode 3, everything was great. Not as many laughs as Seasons 1-3, but when I laughed, I laughed hard. We even had to pause it at one point in episode 4. All things considered, I really enjoyed the season. Only a few references to older jokes, but the new running gags are hysterical. I highly recommend it to anyone who loved the series. And if you didn’t love the series, you probably don’t exist.

Being a week out of college is pretty crappy. Home life is a bore, and dealing with finding a job, my parents telling me to find a job, and my lack of transportation is a nightmare. We don’t have any food in the house. I’ve been spending the bulk of my Graduation Gifts on takeout.

Well, I’m going to relax, maybe play some Pok√©mon Black 2 or Minecraft 360, and maybe glance over my Resume. See you all next week.