kalasyra: By:  Me (Default)
It's no secret that I'm not a huge fan of EA (with rare exception). I could rant all night about EA's shoddy support, broken games, and money-grubbing ethics, but I won't. Instead, I'll just let this speak for itself:

Sexual Harassment for Fun and Profit!

The advertisement on Twitter has been removed (haha), but, fortunately, Kotaku was kind enough to save it for the world to see.

So thank you, EA, for objectifying women, alienating your female and gay gamer demographics, and continuing to stereotype people who play video games.


Jun. 30th, 2009 04:20 pm
kalasyra: By:  Me (Default)
So, I lost my engagement ring last night and I still have no idea where it is. Needless to say, I am Not Very Happy.

All I remember is setting it on Ness' desk yesterday for some reason or another and, when I came back, it was gone. I instantly panicked and proceeded to turn the room upside-down looking for it, but I'm still empty-handed. Ugh.

It's obvious, but I suspect the cats had something to do with it. Even so, I know they couldn't have taken it very far and I'd be very surprised to find it outside the room it was lost in. Regardless, I've checked every air vent in the house, under all the furniture, and even sifted through the trash can that Ness keeps in his room (I don't recommend this activity). I guess my last resort is to get my hands on a metal detector and take the kitties in for X-rays, unless the ring disappeared into some weird hammerspace, in which case I'm just SOL.

Normally I wouldn't be so upset over jewelry, but this is my engagement ring. Not only that, but it was the ring my dad proposed to my mom with, so... yeah.

I hope I find it soon. I really don't want to have to explain to my mom that I lost her ring.


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