I react to the first two reviews of FatWatch:
mangaphreak complains, in a condescending way, that it should include metric units. This is frustrating to read, because it does. In fact, I worked pretty hard so that a user can switch between pounds, kilograms, and stones instantly.
Brent Wood says nice things about it, but that it is overpriced and only worth at most $3.99. I think if you're not willing to spend $9.99 on a weight tracker, FatWatch is not for you. It takes a certain level of commitment to manage your weight; this isn't an impulse purchase kind of thing.
What do you think of the name "FatWatch"?
Please respond with a statement, not a question.
This weekend I learned how to eat boiled crawfish and play poker. I also installed a set of full spectrum compact fluorescent light bulbs in my bedroom which seem to have generally improved my mood. It is uncomfortably hot to be here.
Watching RAGNARÖCK's debut at Harold Night last week, I realized that The Invocation would be the perfect opening to use for an improvised novel. If I'm lucky enough to keep my freelancing lifestyle through November, maybe I'll get a chance to find out for sure.
Finally see Indiana Jones and the Kingdom of the Crystal Skull with my father (I am not interested in your opinion of the film)
Marvel at the low prices of things
Lunch at Cupka's Cafe with my beloved former co-workers
Drink at the Tiki Lounge
Thursday at 8pm: see Hustlebot perform at ModernFormations
Complain about how pizzas and bagels are not good enough somehow
Eat a Smiley Cookie®
Am I missing anything?