Star Trek Online

Well this weekend I went out and purchased Star Trek Online.  I played it for quite a few hours this weekend.  Since the doctor told me to get some rest I figured I’d rest on the couch play on my laptop.  So far the game is pretty fun.  The controls are still taking a little to get used to, especially when controlling your starship. Me playing this got Lee playing the Sims 3 again.  I think she was more into that then I was with Star Trek (which is saying something!).

So as for the Social Networking withdraw…I’m not feeling it too bad yet.  The first couple of days were weird but I’m kinda getting used to not seeing what 500 people are doing every 10 minutes.  Sure there are times where I would be a nice time filler but there are other things to do.  I do miss the interaction with people though.  I’ve been keeping touch with some of you via instant messenger and texts and what have you but not quite the same. 

Well my dad is completely moved out of Solvay and is now living in Albany.  I must say I’m not a fan.  Sure it’s going to be nice to have his town house with waaaay more room, a yard, a driveway, and a washer and drier, but he’s now living 2 and a half hours away.  I hope to go visit him soon after he settles in and what not.

Anywho not much else is going on.  Need to get with Lee tonight and put the discussion together for Thursday.  I have no idea what to talk about so I’m all ears for ideas 🙂




4 responses to “Star Trek Online”

  1. nick says :

    hey, how about that long story behind why your user name is xurvis?

  2. xurvis says :

    It’s coming…don’t worry. I haven’t forgotten about it. Just didn’t want to throw it out there right away…then you wouldn’t keep coming back 😛

  3. Nick says :

    haha that is certainly possible

  4. Nick says :

    hey, i have been coming back but havent seen any updates and am still looking for the explanation of Xurvis 😛 . your killing me haha

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