October 20th, 2019

Hello! I'm absolutely dead! You can find my grave at the local McDonalds but I'll finally write something since something finally happened. I've been silent cause nothing happened and nothing worth writing about happened!

I recently bought Spyro Reginited Trilogy for Switch. It's pretty cute though I only gone as far as 25% of the first game. I think I played up to where I was at with the first game on the PlayStation version. What kinda sucks is how the game requires a huge download before you play it. I couldn't even play it the night I bought it cause the game itself was around six gigabytes and the update was eight! In total, the whole game was a whole 15 gigabytes! I should invest in an ethernet adapter and a SD card.

Also, small shoutout to Solace from a Discord group I'm in for purchasing Mario Kart 8 Deluxe for me. I had to delete Spyro to install it because of obvious reasons. I can finally update the games section! I just completed 50cc and moving on to 100cc. 200cc is still screwing with me.

A day after I posted my blog post about my Super Famicom, Super Mario World arrived. I also got a copy of Mario's Super Picross and Super Mario Kart soon after.

Not only that, but I got a few other things weeks later!

The site I bought Wrecking Crew '98 from originally listed it for around $100! They had a system in place which lowered the price for items just a bit every few days. I was browsing the site with a friend at one point and saw it still unsold and only $18 so I bought it.

I also bought a miniDV camcorder to record stuff for fun. It's a Sony DCR-TRV22 and it has the basic recording stuff, but it also has some other pretty cool things like a touch screen LCD and FireWire/USB streaming!

This model let's you input video to it and I assume record it to a tape, but the only tape I have is being used for a project for me and my friends.

Not only that, you can also stream video from the camera to USB, FireWire, or the memory stick! This also includes video input. USB and memory stick have the same video quality (which is absolute garbage) but FireWire is pretty good.

I scored a Mac Mini G4! I installed Mac OS 9 and Mac OS X 10.4 on it. It runs Mac OS 9 pretty well, thought the sound cannot be adjusted. I'm not using an offical copy of OS 9 since the Mini cannot support it, so I'm using a custom version which works on the machine. OS 10.4 runs pretty good though. The machine also has a built in speaker, but it's pretty bad. You need to have the thing at max volume to hear it and make sure the fan isn't draining out the noise. It could be a malfunction but whatever.

I haven't been writing cause absolutely nothing interesting has been happening. I might remake this website to be much more suitable for older browsers and to fit some tiny things I've been wanting to add. It's not gonna be a complete overhaul, just some behind the scenes things. That and I'm also expecting a package sometime this week or next week.

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