There is a sligh chance I'll be hospitalized (yikes) this weekend, but more than-likely I'll stay free (and sick) until I get an 'emergency' CT-Scan. I say 'emergency' with the parenthesis because as an outpatient that still means at least a two-week wait. Yes, free universal healthcare is wonderful but you do sometimes pay for it with time (waiting). The plus side to being hospitalized is that I'd get all my tests done very quickly but the downside is.... well, I'd be in a freaking hospital. On days like today where I feel so bad (I was up from 2-3am with chills/sweats, and cough) I think it would be best, but I really hate hospitals (don't we all). Never fear, I've got some coverage above and beyond the basics so I wouldn't be thrown in with the sick and dying plebs on the 'free ward' but still. How would I play any decent games? With everything being on Steam, or online these days, I've lost the art of playing games without an internet connection.
Yes, even sick I worry about my gaming. And speaking of, I've only just realized I played my 10,000th World of Tanks battle last night. I was checking my stats today and saw that magic number. I can't even remember which match it was lol, but I do remember it was a win simply because I always quit on a win.
I've also gone over to the dark side as She Who Will Be Named Later and I have got I-phones (so long Android). So far, I'm not impressed. It's not very intuitive and getting stuff set up is a pain in the ass. The wi-fi range is a joke and needs tweaking so we can use it throughout our own house. I've always said that if soooo many people like something, it must be shit (farmville anyone) and I may be right. Time will tell, and since we have a two-year contract I have to lump it. Maybe I'll grow to love it as much as the other
Happy Friday Everyone!