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I still haven't done any game development stuff lately. Well, I just did for about the last hour, but before that it was nothing. I've been spending my time with the girl I'm going to ask out tonight and working.

Not much will be done today with it being Valentine's but I do plan on getting some mockups done. I'll see what I can get done and post those up later tonight.

On a totally unrelated matter, I'm probably going to be ordering a 37" LCD widescreen HDTV from Dell tonight. With my new job I'll be able to afford it along with the rest of my bills, I just need to get the ok from my parents (they said if I can afford it, I can buy it, but since the bill is in their name I'm going to ask first anyway.)

Speaking of bills, the doctor's office finally caught up with me (when I had to have my gums lanceted a while back) as well as Sallie Mae for my student loan. So that's another $77 a month ($25 for the doctor's bill since my mom said she'd pay half of it as it was her fault lol and $52 for Sallie Mae.) All in all at the moment I have about $192 I owe a month (soon to be $248 once I put my order into Dell.)

Haven't gotten my 360 back yet.
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Know how you feel. I just discovered that unbeknowst to me, I've been paying 2.5% interest on a £3,000 student loan for the last eight years, since I've been below the threshold for payment, and now owe £4,500. And I didn't even get a qualification.

Now they get to take 9% of anything above £1,250 I earn in a month. Only found out I still had a loan because I had a good month sales-wise in December and went over the bar in January.

Call this supporting and assisting students? HA!

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Know how you feel. I just discovered that unbeknowst to me, I've been paying 2.5% interest on a £3,000 student loan for the last eight years, since I've been below the threshold for payment, and now owe £4,500. And I didn't even get a qualification.

Now they get to take 9% of anything above £1,250 I earn in a month. Only found out I still had a loan because I had a good month sales-wise in December and went over the bar in January.

Call this supporting and assisting students? HA!


Ouch, that sucks [sad].

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