Monday, September 19, 2011

Weekend Wrap-up

With Rebecca out of town for a bachelorette wine tour this weekend, I took the opportunity to retreat into bachelorhood, spending much of the weekend either working on work, or coding DDMSence (I'm about 80 hours in on the next release). Between coding sessions, I read Hunger Games which I received on the Kindle for my birthday, listened to new CDs by Lenka and Mark Ronson, and tried out the indie (a.k.a doesn't cost $50) game, Deathspank, which I'm not completely sold on yet.

On Saturday evening, I went stag to a classy barbeque where the bulk of the meats were ribeye steaks, with a few hot dogs on the side for the kids. This should be a new rule for what to serve at barbeques that do not take place with my money.

This is where I turn the blog post into a question, to obscure the fact that I didn't really write much today. What did you do this weekend?

Coked up: Man arrested with 72 cocaine bags in belly
Eel removed from man's bladder after entering penis during beauty spa
Arkansas town searching for toe-sucking assailant

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