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Yay for gift cards!
Posted on Saturday, November 22 2008 @ 11:36:31 PST

So, I won a gift card here on Game Revolution. Originally 25 dollars, Nick Tan went to the trouble to actually convert that into 16.65 British Pounds (which must have meant several more clicks on the computer than usual) so that I could get my card for instead, thus saving a tons on shipping costs, leaving more for the actual product. Hooray for Nick!

Naturally, with great spending power comes great irresponsibility. And I know that Nick, Duke, and everyone else at GR would be aghast, nay, positively disgusted if they were to learn that I had spent this gift card on anything but pure entertainment.

Since my next few months will be tied up in having fun messing up Arthas' plans, I figured that a new game would be out of the question, at least considering I prefer long games that I can lose days to. So, a DVD would be a good choice.

And in the spirit of utter chaos, total silliness, and complete lack of respect for normality that permeates the GR website, I feel that my choice of purchasing MUPPET SHOW SEASON 2 is the right one. In fact, Kermit and Duke do share a similar role, which is to maintain just enough order for the show (or website) to go on, while the rest of the respective staff contributes to the utter mayhem that makes it all so delightful.

It's time to play the music
It's time to light the lights...
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