November 20th, 2006

Dead Dog Cat

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You scored as Character Player. The Character Player enjoys creating in-depth characters with distinct and rich personalities. He identifies closely with his characters, feeling detached from the game if he doesnâ??t. He takes creative pride in exploring different characters, often making each new one radically different than others heâ??s played. The Character Player bases his decisions on his character's psychology first and foremost. He may view rules as a necessary evil at best, preferring sessions in which the dice never come out of their bags. For the Character Player, the greatest reward comes from experiencing the game from the emotional perspective of an interesting character.

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Storyteller

80%

Character Player

80%

Tactician

75%

Casual Gamer

50%

Power Gamer

30%

Weekend Warrior

20%

Specialist

10%

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Dead Dog Cat

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Weekend was busy.

Saturday, I rounded at hospitals and nursing homes, and then we buzzed off to see Vince & Donna, who we haven't seen in about a year, while they were still living in their last home. This was our first visit to the new place, and it's quite impressive. I especially liked the secret door into Donna' office complex. Very cute. We ate BBQ, and chatted, and played a bit of billiards. Upon our return home, bigsqueezer, xcentricities, and child were awaiting us at home.

Sunday, the elders of our guests went off to the Bazaar of the Bizarre (I think it's called), and forestcats took the young'un with her, while I did more hospital and nursing home work. Home, I finally had time to shift the files from our backup drive back onto the repaired desktop computer, while also getting some of the software updated. Still loads to do. When my beloved returned with her charge, we took him out to Wingnuts for chicken wings; brought him home to shower and put to bed. Then, we sat down to watch Comic Relief 2006, which wasn't as much fun as the older versions had been.

This morning, I loaded the software, and synched the PDA, but I haven't loaded the materials which would include the Epocrates software that I need for work. In addition, so far the files from the older PDA haven't loaded. I also don't seem to be able to access the internet via our wireless router, so it's all good. Mmm-hmm.

And the beat goes on...