I know there’s this huge battle between cable internet providers and the five thousand (or perhaps less than that) different options that are out there – city wireless, DSL, whatever. I know we have one option if we want a cable service and while it’s a piece of crap option, The General and I pay for it a monthly basis without fail.
Charter, which is not the cable internet service provider that we use since it’s not available in our area, is holding a Camaro Sweepstakes to entice people to sign up with them.
It’s too bad my brother’s already a Charter customer down in his neck of the woods and it’s too bad it’s a brand new Camaro, because that kid would very likely join anything that would give him the chance to win a Camaro, preferably of the bitchin’ variety that he can modify to his liking. He’s a weird one, that boy.
Honestly, I’m not sure what Charter’s deal is right now, but I wouldn’t say it’s a bad thing for those people in the correct area to sign up for them. Last year, they ended up giving away a Hybrid Car. I would have gladly taken a Hybrid car!
They’re pretty much everywhere. There’s Charter on Facebook and Charter on Twitter for all of your social media networking needs, too.
My new favorite show on TLC (The Learning Channel, obviously, because I learn SO much from it) is Police Women of Broward County. Shut up. It’s awesome. I love watching some little 5’3″ police lady chase down some trashy thug and then bragging to all the dude cops around her that she got to him first.
The Child just says, as he’s watching it with us which we normally don’t let him do: “Why is it that all of the drug dealers have the same color underwear on this show?” And he’s right. They do all wear the blue plaid boxers that stuck up above their pants.
Also The Child has the flu: fever, cough, sore throat, body aches, chills, fatigue, no energy to do anything but lay in bed all day and read Sims Strategy Guides, even though he’s never played the actual PC version.
And you know damn good and well I’m on Swine Flu watch. Sometimes I hate the internet and it’s diagnosing of things.
I did some freelancing work tonight and ended up staying up later than originally planned. I was all set to go to bed and plan on finishing things up first thing tomorrow morning, but then I looked on the internet.
There’s a Woot-Off happening right now. I’m not really planning on buying anything, but the idea of things selling out as fast as they do is sort of amazing for me to even watch.
And then there’s the Yankees/Angels game that I’d picked the Angels to win. When the Shitheads Yankees jumped up 4-0 after three innings, I pretty much thought it was over. Now it’s 5-5 in the top of the 9th and I really need to see who wins.
There’s always time for sleep tomorrow, right?
I would normally complain about spending the majority of my Saturday at a wedding. Last night, I was incredibly excited to go.
There was also an open bar and really great cupcakes, too.