Thursday, November 30, 2006

Tentative Schedule

Thursday, November 30
Lay out a bunch of gift card proposals for the family bakeshop. Brainstorm regarding a "Crimes of Passion" short story for a local publication. Continue sprite manipulation for the next installment for Web Comic Wars (and its brand of organized insanity). Progress in writing Chapter Two of computer studies textbook. Contact Neutral Grounds on setup for Pokémon tournament. Await results of recent job interviews. Decide whether or not to attend the Fully Booked sale at Gateway Mall despite the coming typhoon.

Friday, December 01
Write December 2006 Disclaimer for weblog. Double-check application for tournament organizer with Pokémon Organized Play. Produce corrections to gift card proposals. Write draft of "Crimes of Passion" short story. Continue sprite manipulation for Web Comic Wars. Contact Rodriguez regarding recent AK-47 shipment to Cuba. Pick up supply of index cards for weekend tournaments. Prepare sample Legend of the Five Rings decks for demo. Charge laptop.

Saturday, December 02
Xavier School Wish Bazaar from 10:00 am to 6:00 pm. Demo Legend of the Five Rings CCG. Oversee handling of Heroclix tournament. Demo board game (to be chosen at random from bazaar supply). Schmooze and mingle.

Sunday, December 03
Xavier School Wish Bazaar from 11:00 am to 6:00 pm. Meet on status of Philippine Pokémon community. Suggest promotional activities for Neutral Grounds' sponsorship. Oversee and observe handling of Pokémon tournament. More schmoozing and mingling.

For any HR representatives who are checking up on this weblog due to the reference on my resumé: I assure you that I am currently jobless at the moment. Yes, I'm a busy man. No, I'm not making any of this up.

...Except for the Cuban connection, that is. The courier's real name is Kobayashi.



Ailee Through the Looking Glass said...

Fully Booked had a sale in Gateway last weekend?? Darn. I should have gone there instead of the Wish Bazaar. The merchandise the stalls carried this year were disappointing. I don't think I saw you there, btw. :)

Sean said...

Ailee: I was the obnoxious young man who was helping to run the tournaments near the Covered Courts. :)

The Fully Booked sale was a little disappointing, however... it turns out that the Gateway branch doesn't exactly have a large collection. I did pick up a copy of Pratchett's Reaper Man, though.

Ailee Through the Looking Glass said...

Terry Pratchett's a riot. I've only read 2 of his books (Wyrd Sisters, because I was intrigued by the Macbeth references, and Maskerade, for the Phantom of the Opera parody), but I thoroughly enjoyed both.

Sean said...

Ailee: Ironically, I haven't read those two yet. But I've covered almost everything else -- Pyramids, Moving Pictures and Thief of Time are my clear favorites. :)