Ok, We're going to do a quick LARP 101 so I can explain why I'm laughing.
The first Tradition of the Camarilla is the Masquerade. You will not reveal your vampire nature to anyone. You will die.
Thursday night, 5 characters in my LARP didn't just break the Masquerade, they danced on its corpse. Not only did one Tremere (Mage vamps) grow a tree and drop it on a car, Obfuscations (invisible vamps) were broken in front of witnesses, people got shot without flinching, and a whole bunch of termanology got thrown out in front of humans. (For the record, we decided to LARP at a local coffee house.) My character, the sheriff, who's position is to enforce the Masquerade, is now wondering who gets killed first. But it was good coffee.
Past that, the only thing of major eventness this week was The Guilt Trip. Tuesday, I went back and visited mommie dearest. Everytime I talk to mom she tells me about how fucked her finances are due to her retirement fund's attachment to the stock market. And yet, she gave me money for my birthday, and got mad because I bought her dinner. She is doing much better, but she's still housebound and driving everyone nuts. Myself included. And she made me watch JAG
and Judging Amy
with her. JAG
is kind of stupid, but it has a beefcake factor I like. Judging Amy
is a chick show. I kind of wish Debbie from Queer as Folk
wouyld randomly drop by and visit Amy's mother, or vice versa. Not only would it be a good Cagney and Lacey
reunion, the two characters would be all kinds of fun together.
Anyway, I need sleep. Not only is UNDEFEATED, #1 in the country,
OSU taking on Illinois tomorrow, the Browns play the Bengals Sunday. All of this means lotsa business. Although the real bitch is the Michigan game. I wish I could not go in that day. Particularly with Lane Ave being closed for bridge work.