Sweet addicting shame

It is has finally happened. A start up, non-platform, physics-based video game for mobile devices has become the most popular of all time.

If you can’t guess the name, please respond and let me know how nice it is living in your cave.

Sorry for that and no offense to non-Angry Birds fans, but I like think I grew up playing some pretty awesome video games.

Some of those include a bunch from the Gran Theft Auto series, Madden games, Halo, and San Fransisco Rush.

I even had Tetris on the old school Game Boy, and could complete Super Mario Bros. 3 on SNES faster than most.

But alas, it is a new era. You ain’t cool if you ain’t got a Nook, or Kindle, or iPad, or iPod, or handheld tablet. I have a mini disc player which means I’ll never be cool in this new age of electronics.
This story right here shows how explosive and lucrative this new media age can be.
Plus the game is extremely addictive.

Slaving over a hot keyboard

It’s Saturday and I am here working. A few things of note today:

First off I want to thank Gene at the pro shop at Hillcrest golf Course. On my way to go cross country skiing I found myself stuck on the side of the highway in a ditch.

Gene graciously pulled me out and asked for nothing in return. Thank you and if only other people in this state were more like you it would be a better place to live.

Secondly, I rocked my mini disc player while on the trails today. Yeah I got one and the question is why you don’t. We could exchange mixed mini discs…

Thirdly the trails are out at Hillcrest and were freshly groomed, but the wind has blow over parts essentially erasing the tracks. I like it better that way, I always make my own tracks on and off the course.

Fourthly, I wouldn’t be doing my job unless I told you of the live entertainment this Sunday. John Wayne and the Pain will be at the Corner Bar. Be there or be square.

Worldwide out.