Oddly, I'm not that tired, just, I guess, sleepy.
I wanted to wax eloquent about how much I'm enjoying "Angel" so far this year, but I seem to be off words this week. I was torn between "wow that was great" and "what's the deal with Spike's voice?" and that, accompanied by an unexplanable malaise in the middle of the week, left me feeling oddly depressed about the show for the bulk of Wednesday night and into Thursday, but, after reading some more recaps and reviews, I've realized that I did really enjoy it and can't wait for next week, and I'll actually review it to my own satisfaction after watching it again. Initial comment on the "gotcha" concerning "Spike's betrayal": If you listen closely, Spike's "I want it to end" refers to being USELESS, not being alive/whatever he is. So Angel helps him feel useful again. Sneaky. :)
I found out that, by demographic evidence, I'm a skinny person because I like "Friends." Apparently, according to this study, obese people watch things like "Law and Order" and "CSI," two shows I've actually never seen. But only thin people watch "Friends." Hmmm. (Said in the same voice as the guy who was raised by wolves in the "Quiznos" commercial.)
This week has been another horrifically busy week at work, doubled by meetings wherein they want to know how to make us more productive for less money. My suggestion? Stop with the stupid meetings which take us away from our work. :P If only the economy would improve and we could go back to being "the employee's employer" instead of just a bunch of suits trying to make life miserable for the robots who work under them... speaking of which, if you ever have an insurance claim, be kind to the grunts who will actually handle your mail (as opposed to the high-paid reps who handle your claim), and put your claim number on everything you send/fax in. There's more, but hey, I'm a grunt. I must do grunt work. Damn, I should have gotten my degree.