Today for lunch, it’s Thai Kitchen mushroom rice noodle bowl (dried…just add water) It tastes just like normal Thai food…from a post-apocalyptic nuclear future, where noodles grow in synthetic chemical baths and mushrooms are a distant memory reproduced using paper pulp. To be honest, I’m writing this review before I even taste it, because these dried noodle bowl things are usually terrible.
UPDATE: Eh, I give it a 2.5/5. I mean, how good can it be when the aluminum powdered mushroom spice packet is labeled “MUSH60204”?
I was just thinking that, when someone sees an acronym, they have a good chance of reading it as “blah”. For my own learning, I’ve translated one of my own paragraphs to replace the acronyms with “blah” to see what it looks like.
Now watch for blah being incorporated in nasty ways at the hardware level. It looks like the next victim of blah will be blah. If you buy a blah right now, it probably doesn’t support blah, which is the upcoming copy protection that will be used for blah blah. If you don’t have an blah chip in both the blah blah player and the blah, it won’t play at full resolution.
I hate acronyms…and yet I use them anyway.
Saturday was boy’s day out with Sean. I took him to the playground, toy store, CompUSA, and Circuit City. I think he had a good time overall. We got Lego Star Wars on the PS2. Main feature? The second player can drop in or out of the game at any time to help out. Now that’s how all games should be. Having a 2nd player in a cooperative game increases the fun so much. I guess nobody talks in Legoland. Everyone pantomimes in the cut scenes.