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In July Infinity Ward announced at E3 that they were having a beta for Call of Duty 4 on the Xbox 360 sometime in August. I was pumped for that after being a member of their site since day one. This past Wednesday they open up a lotto where you could send in an e-mail answering three questions and hope to get selected. While it wasn't a small choosing of people, it wasn't large. Days went by and I wasn't in, but finally today I got in. Checked my e-mail and their was my code and the congratulations from Infinity Ward. So I am glad to play it before the big rush of people come in on Monday once it becomes more available to the public of those who live in the U.S.
Tonight I played a little with Earthking and I must say the beta is amazing. There are three maps and each one is designed well and offers a great experience. The classes you can choose to be and the ranking system is cool too. I am normally a Heavy Gunner and have liked the weapons the class offers. Infinity Ward really has produced a game that will be great on the day it releases, this just from the beta. I haven't experienced much lag, so it has been good.
If you got in we need to play and start a Party Group. I love games that have a Party system built-in. The matchmaking has been excellent too.
Anyways, I start back up on school on Wednesday. So comes the end of my summer and here I go back to school to have loads of fun. I'll be glad to see my friends I didn't see in the summer, but by the third week I'll be wanting Christmas to come. Luckily Halo 3 comes out on September 25th! Less than a month now!
This week I get to go back to football to at least help out at practice. I am glad because I have been getting bored being at home since I had my tonsils removed. Then the following week I should get to practice again. I am excited for that to happen.
Anyways, Call of Duty 4 is something you need to sign-up for if you have a Xbox 360. Go to CharlieOscarDelta.com and on Monday those who live in the U.S. have a good chance to get. It'll be at 12:00 P.M. EST.
All of this entire MLB season has been looked upon for one thing, and that is the day that Barry Bonds would break the home run record that was now once held by Hank Aaron. 756 now stands the number and counting. That is quite a record and will take quite a person to break it. That one guy could now easily be Alex Rodriguez, who is the youngest players to hit 500 home runs.
I was glad that I saw it live because it is something I do want to remember. It's always better to see it live then in highlights. While it will always be heavily disputed that Barry Bonds may have used steroids, it is hard to take away from the guy right now. As of now, he is still considered "clean." I consider this records as one of the most famous through out sports. Again, while I believe this will be a hard record to break, it won't be impossible like that of Cal Ripken Jr.'s consecutive game streak. Barry has again said he will continue to play baseball. I am not sure how many more seasons, but it will be interesting to see where he ends up at. He is near 3,000 hits also.
On a non-related sports note, well kind of, I am having my tonsils removed this Friday. It is due to me be constantly sick with strep throat and lately they have been really swollen effecting my breathing and my speaking. So I will miss about a month of football, according to my doctor, which sucks. So I'll have little to do until I can go back and at least help out.
Hopefully everyone who celebrated the 4th of July yesterday had a good time. I know I did lighting off a lot of fireworks and just hanging out with my friends. It really was just a basic day, but the fireworks were still great.
Anyways, today I had my wisdom removed from my mouth. I had known that this was going to happen since last year. All four of them were removed during one surgery, which I remember nothing of. I can remember after and before, as well as one thing during the surgery I believe. They started off by putting a bunch of heart monitors on me. Then came the IV and finally the "laughing gas." It didn't make me entirely goofy when I was aware, but right before I went out I was tending to giggle just at random things. During the surgery I only remember the doctors saying that I had some irritation where the heart monitors were, but that I would be ok. I then waited in a room to wait for some of the effects to where off, so I was told, and then it was time for me to go home. I could barely walk to the car and was just really tired.
Once I got home I nearly passed out since I was so tired, but had to take some narcotics and some other painkillers as well as eat some pudding. Then I just crashed in my basement for a few hours. I have been up for a few hours now and feel pretty good. There is no real pain, just an annoyance feeling in my mouth. I did bleed a lot and it got all over my pillow when I slept since the gauze popped out of my mouth. I thought I'd be a lot worse, but as of now I appear to be fine and hopefully it doesn't get worse. I got Chipotle to eat now, since a burrito sounds great.
In other news, I sent out my Xbox 360 a little over 2 weeks ago and still have not received it back from the repair center. When I called the support line, there apparently had been a delay. Great service there. Once I get it back I am going to try and get into Rainbow Six Vegas as well as get NCAA Football 08 soon.
So I guess it is time for me to eat and stay bored until I can hang out with my friends. Good thing I am getting back in to Age of Empires III.
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