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Cutting it Close

The item I talked about in my previous entry. Before I left for work, I bid $60, and was told that I had the current highest bid, and to consider raising it, blah blah blah. As soon as I got home, I opened my laptop, waited for it to come out of standby, and saw that I had a new email from eBay. "Congratulations! You've won...!" Final price? $57.05, USD :s Although the seller lives in Canada (technically), so if it weren't for Christmas coming up, it might've actually gotten here a bit faster. Oh well~

So... work. Was dead, for the most part. One of the first things Josh said to me when I got there was something about looking for the GBA version of Deal or no Deal, and possibly putting it on my PSP, but the closest I've been able to find is a site that's been given a DMCA notice, and thus no longer has any ROMs :\ Feh. I don't plan on downloading the PC version either. He can do that himself.

Then we went out to Walmart, because Josh was absolutely certain they'd have it (the game) in their bargain bin, when in fact they didn't have so much as one box with "GBA" on it :p Steve saw a hat he liked though, that was tagged as $12, so he brought it up to the checkout (apparently it was going to be a Christmas present for his Dad), and only ended up having to pay $1.14 for it.

And yeah. Still no email from Paypal to say "Your transfer is complete" which is just annoying. I looked at the list of Canadian holidays, and there is nothing at all in between Remembrance Day and Christmas, so I don't understand this delay. Tomorrow, perhaps...

Otherwise, I have absolutely nothing going on tomorrow (save for possibly going to Tim Hortons to get gift certificates), so I'm going to take advantage of it. For now, playing Twilight Princess and or the demo of Aquaria (see here). Fun :3

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