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The neighbours were having a noisy party (idek which neighbours -- left? right? upstairs? bah, apartments), so I popped my earbuds in and sketched. Yes, I listened to Kpop (and some English pop and some podfic) and sketched on a Friday night. What can I say -- I lead an exciting life.

Characters from two fandoms that I'm not even in:

Joan Watson; Allison Argent )

I started watching New Girl, and idk, I'm not sure if I like it that much? But it's 21 minutes, which is perfect for my meandering attention span. Also, Schmidt is amusing and Cece is fab, so.
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I want to take up drawing again (I also kind of want to take up the violin again, and learn the ukulele, and pretty much do All The Things That Are Not School-Related). I haven't drawn since forever, so I googled some Sam&Dean hugging screencaps and did a few sketches (HOW DO HANDS WORK HOW HOW HOW. TIME TO WORK THROUGH SOME TUTORIALS. *flumps*).
+3 )


+ Was Kevin's mom's actress re-cast because the original actress was unavailable? (or maybe his mom is actually a demon/whatever and changes meatsuits every once in a while, which explains how she took all the supernatural things in stride \o\) But: Julie! From Friends! \o\ /o/ \o\

+ Kevin's mom is a BAMF akd;fjs;lfj♥

+ THAT SCENE IN PURGATORY. It was like a convoluted love triangle. /o\ OH, DEAN.

+ OH, DEAN, again, because WHAT HAS PURGATORY DONE TO YOU? /O\ It's as if he and robo!Sam switched personalities, what with the cold-blooded killing of innocents for ~the ~greater ~good and all. (the parallels between S7 and S6 are kind of...too blatant? Like, Dean [robo!Sam] being all, "Kill all the things! Even if innocents have to be sacrificed!" And Sam [S6!Dean] trying out the ~normal ~life)

+ I think Crowley is my favourite villain so far. YED was a creeper, Lilith didn't get enough screen time, Eve was a red herring, Lucifer was a bag of dicks, and the Leviathan were a bigger bag of dicks. Crowley...has more entertainment value.


It's the the time of the year where I listen to The Nightmare Before Christmas soundtrack on repeat~~
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1. I liked exactly three things about 7x05: spoilers~ )

2. [livejournal.com profile] applegeuse and I have really profound conversations:
cut for general inappropriateness and inability to pluralize correctly )

3. I did want to post about Serious Business, but I spent the entire day reading Harry/Snape fics (it's [livejournal.com profile] lemniciate's fault, because it's always [livejournal.com profile] lemniciate's fault when I spend an entire day reading fic X3) and I'm in a total fic-induced daze and nothing hurts.
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1. I liked exactly three things about 7x05: spoilers~ )

2. [livejournal.com profile] applegeuse and I have really profound conversations:
cut for general inappropriateness and inability to pluralize correctly )

3. I did want to post about Serious Business, but I spent the entire day reading Harry/Snape fics (it's [livejournal.com profile] lemniciate's fault, because it's always [livejournal.com profile] lemniciate's fault when I spend an entire day reading fic X3) and I'm in a total fic-induced daze and nothing hurts.
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1. 8 Dreamwidth codes, if anyone still wants one:
here! )

2. I watched Bridesmaids the other day, at the suggestion of a friend who's not even into chick flicks. I suppose Bridesmaids deviated slightly from the usual type of chick flick, even though the overall storyline was still very much in line with typical chick flicks. The humour was certainly much cruder than I'd expected (and the ending was a bit OTT and unnecessary ;;;). It was entertaining enough -- and I think it even passes the Bechdel Test! cut for spoilery comment )

3. I started watching Happy Endings because my usual 20-minute sitcoms are on hiatus. I didn't go into it with very high expectations, but it's surprisingly entertaining! I went through about six or seven episodes today. ;;; (as an aside: I find it tiring to watch more than two 42-minute episodes back-to-back, but somehow, watching six 20-minute episodes back-to-back is no problem at all...) The characters are fairly likable (and Penny looks remarkably like Genevieve Cortese...) and it's not all about how members of the group have all dated each other and/or want to date each other, which is quite refreshing.

4. I love recording podfic, but editing is no fun at all. For some reason, I can't record/speak for more than a minute without stumbling! However, when I was reading the first chapter of George's Marvelous Medicine aloud to my housemate (don't ask why), I was able to read through it just fine, with minimal stumbles. :|:| I DON'T UNDERSTAND.

5. I went on a Dresden Files fic kick for a little while (I blame [livejournal.com profile] lemniciate -- Inception and The Social Network were her fault too!), even though I'd only read, like, five chapters of the first book. I found it difficult to get into the first book (which is why I stalled after chapter five), but I decided to give it another shot and try the audiobook this time. It's read by James Marsters, who does a fairly good job, but I'm finding that he breathes too deeply, too much. XD;;; I think I've been spoiled by the numerous awesome podficcers in fandom!

6. I need an online nickname! I'm 'fishpatrol' on LJ/DW and 'fishling' on a couple of other sites, but neither are very good names to call me. I used to go by 'Meemo' (back in my meemobunny days), but I feel like I've outgrown it (but those of you who knew me as Meemo back in the day can feel free to continue calling me that :)). [livejournal.com profile] postingwhore calls me 'JJ' and [livejournal.com profile] cantarina1 is trying get me to respond to "Patty" (WHICH MAKES NO SENSE AT ALL OKAY; but sure, I'll respond to "'trolling" XD).

7. A friend from Boston invited me to go visit her in August, and hopefully I'll be able to go at least somewhere in August since I'll be done my comprehensive exams by then and will be in dire need of a break. If I fly out to Boston, I'd like to visit some of the surrounding cities as well (I haven't been to NYC or Washington DC in over ten years). Do any of you guys live around the area and/or are planning to visit that area and want to meet up and hang out/be fangirly together/visit museums (BECAUSE MUSEUMS ARE COOL)? I promise I'm nice and won't bite (I won't bite even if you want me to because human flesh is kind of ucky D:)! :}
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1. 8 Dreamwidth codes, if anyone still wants one:
here! )

2. I watched Bridesmaids the other day, at the suggestion of a friend who's not even into chick flicks. I suppose Bridesmaids deviated slightly from the usual type of chick flick, even though the overall storyline was still very much in line with typical chick flicks. The humour was certainly much cruder than I'd expected (and the ending was a bit OTT and unnecessary ;;;). It was entertaining enough -- and I think it even passes the Bechdel Test! cut for spoilery comment )

3. I started watching Happy Endings because my usual 20-minute sitcoms are on hiatus. I didn't go into it with very high expectations, but it's surprisingly entertaining! I went through about six or seven episodes today. ;;; (as an aside: I find it tiring to watch more than two 42-minute episodes back-to-back, but somehow, watching six 20-minute episodes back-to-back is no problem at all...) The characters are fairly likable (and Penny looks remarkably like Genevieve Cortese...) and it's not all about how members of the group have all dated each other and/or want to date each other, which is quite refreshing.

4. I love recording podfic, but editing is no fun at all. For some reason, I can't record/speak for more than a minute without stumbling! However, when I was reading the first chapter of George's Marvelous Medicine aloud to my housemate (don't ask why), I was able to read through it just fine, with minimal stumbles. :|:| I DON'T UNDERSTAND.

5. I went on a Dresden Files fic kick for a little while (I blame [livejournal.com profile] lemniciate -- Inception and The Social Network were her fault too!), even though I'd only read, like, five chapters of the first book. I found it difficult to get into the first book (which is why I stalled after chapter five), but I decided to give it another shot and try the audiobook this time. It's read by James Marsters, who does a fairly good job, but I'm finding that he breathes too deeply, too much. XD;;; I think I've been spoiled by the numerous awesome podficcers in fandom!

6. I need an online nickname! I'm 'fishpatrol' on LJ/DW and 'fishling' on a couple of other sites, but neither are very good names to call me. I used to go by 'Meemo' (back in my meemobunny days), but I feel like I've outgrown it (but those of you who knew me as Meemo back in the day can feel free to continue calling me that :)). [livejournal.com profile] postingwhore calls me 'JJ' and [livejournal.com profile] cantarina1 is trying get me to respond to "Patty" (WHICH MAKES NO SENSE AT ALL OKAY; but sure, I'll respond to "'trolling" XD).

7. A friend from Boston invited me to go visit her in August, and hopefully I'll be able to go at least somewhere in August since I'll be done my comprehensive exams by then and will be in dire need of a break. If I fly out to Boston, I'd like to visit some of the surrounding cities as well (I haven't been to NYC or Washington DC in over ten years). Do any of you guys live around the area and/or are planning to visit that area and want to meet up and hang out/be fangirly together/visit museums (BECAUSE MUSEUMS ARE COOL)? I promise I'm nice and won't bite (I won't bite even if you want me to because human flesh is kind of ucky D:)! :}
fishpatrol: (ded in the hed)
SPN 6x21 & 6x22, spoilers beneath the cut obvs )

+ I can't believe I watched Swan Song a year ago! It doesn't feel like it was that long ago. I remember getting into SPN half-way through Season 4 -- oh wow, I can't believe it's been so long...!

+ In other SPN-related news, I haz tickets for Creation Con in October! Imma see Jensen Ackles in 3D! \o/ This is to make up for all of the times I've wanted to go to a con (ON THE OTHER SIDE OF THE COUNTRY) and/or concert (ON THE OTHER SIDE OF ANOTHER COUNTRY) and didn't go. I am excite!
fishpatrol: (ded in the hed)
SPN 6x21 & 6x22, spoilers beneath the cut obvs )

+ I can't believe I watched Swan Song a year ago! It doesn't feel like it was that long ago. I remember getting into SPN half-way through Season 4 -- oh wow, I can't believe it's been so long...!

+ In other SPN-related news, I haz tickets for Creation Con in October! Imma see Jensen Ackles in 3D! \o/ This is to make up for all of the times I've wanted to go to a con (ON THE OTHER SIDE OF THE COUNTRY) and/or concert (ON THE OTHER SIDE OF ANOTHER COUNTRY) and didn't go. I am excite!

Zazzle~

Oct. 8th, 2010 02:14 pm
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1. SPN anime preview. I'm totally in the minority here, but I thought that the cover for Carry On My Wayward Son wasn't half-bad. It was very JPop-y! :> (but I imagine that's not perceived as a good thing for many people ;;;) I'm quite liking the Japanese voice actors for the boys as well (the high-pitched screaming is higher than my ears would prefer, but I suppose that's the Anime Way). But I have to admit, the art style and the colour scheme (too dark! D:) are really not doing it for me. [/2D]

2. Glee 2x03, Community 2x03 )

3. The Big Bang Theory 4x03 )

Zazzle~

Oct. 8th, 2010 02:14 pm
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1. SPN anime preview. I'm totally in the minority here, but I thought that the cover for Carry On My Wayward Son wasn't half-bad. It was very JPop-y! :> (but I imagine that's not perceived as a good thing for many people ;;;) I'm quite liking the Japanese voice actors for the boys as well (the high-pitched screaming is higher than my ears would prefer, but I suppose that's the Anime Way). But I have to admit, the art style and the colour scheme (too dark! D:) are really not doing it for me. [/2D]

2. Glee 2x03, Community 2x03 )

3. The Big Bang Theory 4x03 )
fishpatrol: (FOAMING~~)
Note: No major spoilers, but my comments probably aren't going to make a heck a lot of sense if you haven't seen the episode in question.

SPN 6x01 )

Community 2x01 )

The Big Bang Theory 4x01 )

Glee 2x01 )

Chuck 4x01 )

Merlin 3x01, 3x02 )
fishpatrol: (FOAMING~~)
Note: No major spoilers, but my comments probably aren't going to make a heck a lot of sense if you haven't seen the episode in question.

SPN 6x01 )

Community 2x01 )

The Big Bang Theory 4x01 )

Glee 2x01 )

Chuck 4x01 )

Merlin 3x01, 3x02 )
fishpatrol: (how *you* doin')
I don't visit [livejournal.com profile] spnpermanon frequently (more like never), but I've been glancing at the Big Bang threads as a way to decide whether or not to read particular fics. I try not to read the comments too carefully in case I skip out on a gem of a fic simply because a couple of nonnies have different tastes from me. (I'll admit that the comments did save me some time with the Chuck/J2 fusion one -- which was kind of disappointing because I was so looking forward to a Chuck/J2 fusion. D: How could that premise not be awesome?)

This particular thread caught my eye. I wonder how many fans secretly search+replace the names in fics that include pairings they don't like. XD I've toyed with the idea of replacing the names of main characters in original slash fiction with Jared and Jensen, but I've never done so because: 1) it's effortful, 2) the physical descriptions will be off (I'll miss the cliched mentions of Jensen's deep green eyes that are like grass in the sunlight! And Jared's bright, dimpled grins that light up rooms!), and 3) something just won't feel right.

Point 3 is the weakest argument out of the bunch (point 1 is the strongest argument, in case you're wondering. What? I'm lazy D:) because there really aren't any defined characteristics for Jared and Jensen, other than their physical appearances. If I posted several snippets, some from searched+replaced original fiction and some from J2 AU fics, I'm sure it would be tremendously difficult to identify which was from which. So...I guess my point is, if I weren't lazy and were willing to search+replace all instances of "blue eyes" with "DEEP EMERALD ORBS", I might be able to enjoy reading a Dean/Castiel AU fic (oh wait, the replaced eye colour should then be "BRIGHT HAZEL ORBS, WITH FLECKS OF GOLD AND BLUE AND GREEN").

--
On a completely different note, I introduced my dad to the show Castle (he watches a lot of movies, but rarely TV shows -- something to do with his attention span, I believe. ;) I convinced him to try Castle by telling him that James Patterson appears in the first episode, hee). He finds Detective Beckett attractive, but only in the pilot episode -- apparently, her face? features? skin? becomes rougher in later episodes (in other words: she's not as hot anymore). Idk, lolwtf, Dad? XD I don't know if he's going to continue watching Castle, but I did manage to convince both of my parents to watch White Collar with me. :> Man, the Neal/Peter/Elizabeth vibes are even stronger upon re-watching.

Speaking of TV shows, the characterization inconsistencies in Glee drive me nuts. D: But! Complaints aside, I am totally shipping Santana/Brittany ♥.
fishpatrol: (how *you* doin')
I don't visit [livejournal.com profile] spnpermanon frequently (more like never), but I've been glancing at the Big Bang threads as a way to decide whether or not to read particular fics. I try not to read the comments too carefully in case I skip out on a gem of a fic simply because a couple of nonnies have different tastes from me. (I'll admit that the comments did save me some time with the Chuck/J2 fusion one -- which was kind of disappointing because I was so looking forward to a Chuck/J2 fusion. D: How could that premise not be awesome?)

This particular thread caught my eye. I wonder how many fans secretly search+replace the names in fics that include pairings they don't like. XD I've toyed with the idea of replacing the names of main characters in original slash fiction with Jared and Jensen, but I've never done so because: 1) it's effortful, 2) the physical descriptions will be off (I'll miss the cliched mentions of Jensen's deep green eyes that are like grass in the sunlight! And Jared's bright, dimpled grins that light up rooms!), and 3) something just won't feel right.

Point 3 is the weakest argument out of the bunch (point 1 is the strongest argument, in case you're wondering. What? I'm lazy D:) because there really aren't any defined characteristics for Jared and Jensen, other than their physical appearances. If I posted several snippets, some from searched+replaced original fiction and some from J2 AU fics, I'm sure it would be tremendously difficult to identify which was from which. So...I guess my point is, if I weren't lazy and were willing to search+replace all instances of "blue eyes" with "DEEP EMERALD ORBS", I might be able to enjoy reading a Dean/Castiel AU fic (oh wait, the replaced eye colour should then be "BRIGHT HAZEL ORBS, WITH FLECKS OF GOLD AND BLUE AND GREEN").

--
On a completely different note, I introduced my dad to the show Castle (he watches a lot of movies, but rarely TV shows -- something to do with his attention span, I believe. ;) I convinced him to try Castle by telling him that James Patterson appears in the first episode, hee). He finds Detective Beckett attractive, but only in the pilot episode -- apparently, her face? features? skin? becomes rougher in later episodes (in other words: she's not as hot anymore). Idk, lolwtf, Dad? XD I don't know if he's going to continue watching Castle, but I did manage to convince both of my parents to watch White Collar with me. :> Man, the Neal/Peter/Elizabeth vibes are even stronger upon re-watching.

Speaking of TV shows, the characterization inconsistencies in Glee drive me nuts. D: But! Complaints aside, I am totally shipping Santana/Brittany ♥.
fishpatrol: (how *you* doin')
So, here's the thing: what does it mean to "be yourself" or to "stay true to yourself"?

I'm working on a project relating to self-concept and negative mood and I think I'm being supraliminally primed to think about the self all the time now (and I also blame my causeless negative mood from this week on supraliminal priming).

Anyway, back on track. The problem with the whole "be yourself" thing is that the self is made of multiple components. In particular, I'm thinking of the self-discrepancy theory, where there is an ideal-self (which consists of your dreams and aspirations), an ought-self (duties, obligations, what others expect of you), and your actual self. I've currently found myself in a bit of a conundrum: my ideal-self and my ought-self agree on the course of action I should take, while my actual self would prefer (based on past experience and general behavioural tendencies) to take an entirely different path.

Sitcoms usually aren't full of life-lessons, but I thought Jeff Winger's line from yesterday's episode of Community -- "Do you try to evolve or do you try to know what you are?" -- was somewhat profound (and highly relevant as he was attempting to make a choice between being someone he aspires to be or being who he actually is -- haha, well, that's an awkwardly phrased sentence. I'm sure you get the gist of it).

In less thinky-thought news:
-I got a haircut (you know who else needs a haircut? Sam Winchester. I hope for the return of floppy bangs in S6!) and new glasses
-I have no idea where May went (what the heck have I been doing for the past few weeks?)
-I really want to take a vacation (and everyone in my program says I should get away while I can!). My ideal vacation would involve a private island --or even a deserted island would do, as long as there's wi-fi-- with Rodney, Rella, and maybe Shel. The Macbook, iPod, and Kindle, respectively. ;)
-I'm half way through Burn Notice (if any of you watch White Collar, Psych, and Burn Notice, you have to watch these crossover ads -- Fiona hiding her weapons from Peter! Neal flirting with Gus! \o/)
-I have the first two episodes of Fringe and Castle downloaded, just waiting to be watched. Oh, TV♥
fishpatrol: (how *you* doin')
So, here's the thing: what does it mean to "be yourself" or to "stay true to yourself"?

I'm working on a project relating to self-concept and negative mood and I think I'm being supraliminally primed to think about the self all the time now (and I also blame my causeless negative mood from this week on supraliminal priming).

Anyway, back on track. The problem with the whole "be yourself" thing is that the self is made of multiple components. In particular, I'm thinking of the self-discrepancy theory, where there is an ideal-self (which consists of your dreams and aspirations), an ought-self (duties, obligations, what others expect of you), and your actual self. I've currently found myself in a bit of a conundrum: my ideal-self and my ought-self agree on the course of action I should take, while my actual self would prefer (based on past experience and general behavioural tendencies) to take an entirely different path.

Sitcoms usually aren't full of life-lessons, but I thought Jeff Winger's line from yesterday's episode of Community -- "Do you try to evolve or do you try to know what you are?" -- was somewhat profound (and highly relevant as he was attempting to make a choice between being someone he aspires to be or being who he actually is -- haha, well, that's an awkwardly phrased sentence. I'm sure you get the gist of it).

In less thinky-thought news:
-I got a haircut (you know who else needs a haircut? Sam Winchester. I hope for the return of floppy bangs in S6!) and new glasses
-I have no idea where May went (what the heck have I been doing for the past few weeks?)
-I really want to take a vacation (and everyone in my program says I should get away while I can!). My ideal vacation would involve a private island --or even a deserted island would do, as long as there's wi-fi-- with Rodney, Rella, and maybe Shel. The Macbook, iPod, and Kindle, respectively. ;)
-I'm half way through Burn Notice (if any of you watch White Collar, Psych, and Burn Notice, you have to watch these crossover ads -- Fiona hiding her weapons from Peter! Neal flirting with Gus! \o/)
-I have the first two episodes of Fringe and Castle downloaded, just waiting to be watched. Oh, TV♥
fishpatrol: (how *you* doin')
So, I was trying to get my friend to watch Glee yesterday, and she said, "Wow, I would've never expected you to watch this show. Why do you like it?" I couldn't come up with a better reason than: "The song are catchy...and there are bright colours? ...I like bright colours?"

True, Glee flaunts and mocks the usual high school stereotypes, and minority groups are actually represented (in so far as: they exist) -- but then what? The main characters (i.e. ones with the most lines) are still White, heterosexual, and able bodied. The jocks are on top of the food chain, the gay boy has an unrequited crush on a straight boy, the Asians are referred to as "the Asian" and "the other Asian", each main male character desires multiple female characters (and are not frowned upon for their behaviour) yet when the roles reverse, the female characters are met with disapproval...and the list goes on.

What does Glee offer that other shows don't? Catchy songs and bright colours are about the extent of my list.

Well, what actually drives me nuts is the fact that the characters seem to be friends one moment, then ganging up on each other the next, and two scenes later, they're all holding hands and skipping around, singing songs. I can't keep up with the moodswingin'.

But, y'know, catchy songs and bright colours. I'm easy like that.
fishpatrol: (how *you* doin')
So, I was trying to get my friend to watch Glee yesterday, and she said, "Wow, I would've never expected you to watch this show. Why do you like it?" I couldn't come up with a better reason than: "The song are catchy...and there are bright colours? ...I like bright colours?"

True, Glee flaunts and mocks the usual high school stereotypes, and minority groups are actually represented (in so far as: they exist) -- but then what? The main characters (i.e. ones with the most lines) are still White, heterosexual, and able bodied. The jocks are on top of the food chain, the gay boy has an unrequited crush on a straight boy, the Asians are referred to as "the Asian" and "the other Asian", each main male character desires multiple female characters (and are not frowned upon for their behaviour) yet when the roles reverse, the female characters are met with disapproval...and the list goes on.

What does Glee offer that other shows don't? Catchy songs and bright colours are about the extent of my list.

Well, what actually drives me nuts is the fact that the characters seem to be friends one moment, then ganging up on each other the next, and two scenes later, they're all holding hands and skipping around, singing songs. I can't keep up with the moodswingin'.

But, y'know, catchy songs and bright colours. I'm easy like that.
fishpatrol: (FOAMING~~)
1. I moved around the furniture in my room today. I anticipate being extremely sore tomorrow. I was going to go grocery shopping in the morning, but I'm guessing my right arm is going to be pretty much useless given the amount of pain I'm already experiencing. ;;;

2. Rodney-update: I've been carting my laptop back-and-forth from the Apple store all week. Finally, got an Apple Care guy on the phone and he said that I can get a replacement. On the plus side, a Macbook that doesn't hiss (finally!) and with better specs than my current one. On the down side, I'll have to ship this current one off and wait for the other to be shipped (no computer for a week or so? D:). The exchange will probably happen around the end of the month. Here's to hoping that Rodney 2.0 will be cooperative and non-hissy.

On a related note, does anyone have an idea how much a padded shipping box would cost?

3. Finally finished watching Season Two of Dark Angel! Verdict: the beginning was good, the middle dragged, and the ending was fantastic. I was on the edge of my seat the entire time while watching the finale. As far as the show goes, I liked the whole premise, but I just couldn't warm up to the characters (Alec doesn't count -- he was just eye-candy!). It's a shame that the show was canceled, just when the plot was getting interesting, but I most likely won't be going back to watch the first season.

4. I watched SPN 5x17 again because I missed a couple of lines during the first go-around (live streaming, so no rewinding). A few thoughts about the ending; cut for the slowpokes on my flist ;) )

5. My desk looks like someone vomited paper all over it. I...should probably get my ass offline and clean up.
fishpatrol: (FOAMING~~)
1. I moved around the furniture in my room today. I anticipate being extremely sore tomorrow. I was going to go grocery shopping in the morning, but I'm guessing my right arm is going to be pretty much useless given the amount of pain I'm already experiencing. ;;;

2. Rodney-update: I've been carting my laptop back-and-forth from the Apple store all week. Finally, got an Apple Care guy on the phone and he said that I can get a replacement. On the plus side, a Macbook that doesn't hiss (finally!) and with better specs than my current one. On the down side, I'll have to ship this current one off and wait for the other to be shipped (no computer for a week or so? D:). The exchange will probably happen around the end of the month. Here's to hoping that Rodney 2.0 will be cooperative and non-hissy.

On a related note, does anyone have an idea how much a padded shipping box would cost?

3. Finally finished watching Season Two of Dark Angel! Verdict: the beginning was good, the middle dragged, and the ending was fantastic. I was on the edge of my seat the entire time while watching the finale. As far as the show goes, I liked the whole premise, but I just couldn't warm up to the characters (Alec doesn't count -- he was just eye-candy!). It's a shame that the show was canceled, just when the plot was getting interesting, but I most likely won't be going back to watch the first season.

4. I watched SPN 5x17 again because I missed a couple of lines during the first go-around (live streaming, so no rewinding). A few thoughts about the ending; cut for the slowpokes on my flist ;) )

5. My desk looks like someone vomited paper all over it. I...should probably get my ass offline and clean up.

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