September 27, 2007

No Halo 3 for me...

I successfully talked myself out of buying an XBox 360 at Sam's Club today. Even though they've got copies of Halo 3 in stock.

...not that playing Halo 3 in my little free time could make me blog any less than I already am.

Posted by GEBIV at September 27, 2007 05:24 PM | TrackBack

Blog crawl!!! Where you be?

Posted by: That 1 Guy at September 29, 2007 08:32 PM

Playing Halo 3 instead of blogcrawling!

Posted by: Mrs. Who at September 29, 2007 09:43 PM

put down the controller, pick up the bottle and get crawling!

Posted by: wRitErsbLock at September 29, 2007 09:54 PM


Good, now pick up a drink and follow us...

Posted by: Bitterroot at September 29, 2007 11:49 PM

Just passin' through shooting out the street lights on this blogcrawl. BLAM! BLAM! BLAM!

Yee Haw!

Posted by: Peter at September 29, 2007 11:57 PM

Didn't want to have fun in the blog crawl tonight? sheesh Must of gotten that halo 3 thing.

Posted by: Contagion at September 30, 2007 02:00 AM

kids--just don't know how to have fun anymore. I'm crawling home now.

Posted by: sticks at September 30, 2007 08:09 AM

If you don't buy Halo 3, there won't be a Halo 4

Do the right thing :-)

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