So I'm quite digging Titanfall, even if I'm not that great at it. It reminds me of the frantic early days of Quake, only you get to also play as a robotic Shambler (Titan) as well as a grunt (pilot). I got home early this morning, took out the trash, did the few dishes I'd let soak, started laundry, and finally joined and finished the second campaign, almost dinging level 16 in the process. For me, that was enough progress. Perhaps I'm just old now, but spending all night on Xbox (at least, gaming) is not for me anymore. Although I do have an annoying Cyril-like tendency to shout "SUPPRESSING FI-I-I-I-I-I-I-I-RE" during games, getting one or two levels is pretty much all I need before moving on to something else.
On the health side... things are mostly good. Things not mostly good: Apparently there is a tipping point, around 320 pounds, where somebody with low circulation in their legs begins to get "plumping" again, because after going off my anti-depressants I've put on some weight again, just enough to push me back into the low-circulation club again, which makes my left foot swell to the point of pain in my Chucks at the end of the day. Not as bad as gout, but it still hurts, until I get home and take my shoes off.
There's also contact psoriasis, or eczema... not sure which. It's never really been a big enough problem until recently, because I could hide it (like most sufferers do). It's spreading to the point where I want to nip it in the bud, because I remember Larry having it and it infesting a large portion of his body, and the cure (one of them) involves steroids, and I've never been on steroids, but I don't wanna be.
Saw Muppets Most Wanted yesterday with Kelly. It was very good. The guy from Flight of the Conchords of course did another awesome job with the songs, but there was no "Pictures In My Head" song, which I guess I should be grateful for, because I suspect I'd still lose it.
Speaking of. Looking for something on Keith's Roku to watch last night, I saw that Amazon Prime had CC's Drunk History up for streaming, and of course I went straight for the Dolly Parton episode with the backstory between her and Porter Wagoner and the real behind the scenes story about the song "I Will Always Love You." So many younger people have no idea about it, what it really meant when it first came out. If you have Amazon Prime, you owe it to yourself to watch the whole story. I mean, fuck, Porter, chill out.