Went to a friend's house where four of us watched Pulp Fiction and then played Marvel Ultimate Alliance 2. We then watched the ball drop before going right back to playing the game until 2am.
I got 3.5 hours of sleep before having to go to work at 7am this morning. woo.
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My computer fritzed out at a weird time as I was trying to watch the ball drop on some website, so I missed it. Um, I spent the first hours of 2013 watching cheesy Power Rangers episodes. (No, there aren't any other kind).
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Originally posted by ekedolphinMy computer fritzed out at a weird time as I was trying to watch the ball drop on some website, so I missed it. Um, I spent the first hours of 2013 watching cheesy Power Rangers episodes. (No, there aren't any other kind).
I still love Power Rangers, even as an adult. I've watched every episode ever made. Seriously. When Power Rangers Megaforce begins later this year, I'll be watching it.
The Oliver family had a quiet New Years - the wife volunteered at a homeless shelter in the evening, while I prepared our centerpiece and cleaned up the house for our guests.
Showed some friends around my city, explored some shady alleyways, ate a light dinner with them at a formal Chinese Restaurant in our main Chinatown, wound up at a bar in an upscale mall with another friend, had a hamburger in the ghetto, went to a cocktail lounge by my school, and celebrated midnight back in my apartment's pool table lounge. It was a pretty fun day. Our group ranged from the mid twenties to the early thirties.
Many have been mentioned but I preferred the live action stuff. Then Far Out Space Nuts The Lost Saucer Sigmund The Sea Monster The Bugaloos Lidsville Now Imagination Movers Some of the current Disney sitcoms Phineas and Ferb Prof.