Trudging along through life at the moment, it's the veritable roller-coaster.
I'll start off by saying that i'm p'oed at stupid One (TV channel) showing Nascar over the baseball on Saturday mornings now. I'd just gotten used to waking up and seeing a live ball game on Saturday mornings, just for them to now show three hours of cars literally going around in a circle. Maybe it's just me, but I fail to see the spectacle in that. F1 I can get into, but Nascar? And it looks like from next week they're prioritising the NFL over basbeball too. Ah well, it was good while it lasted...
Everything's a bit boring at the moment. Nothing is really happening at all, unless you count renewing contents-insurance as exciting.
It's a really dry patch gaming wise at the moment too. Nothing too huge is coming out at all this year, except for Modern Warfare 2 in November; almost everything else semi-noteworthy has been pushed back to early next year at the earliest. It's going to be a strange and very dry 'gaming season' (usually October-December) this year. Either they're all scared of going up against COD:MW2, or they've seriously screwed their project planning to get the games out on time (probably the latter).
I wonder if this marks the end of the traditional 'gaming season' as we know it?