On top of that, I got a tax adjustment form from the IRS the other day and apparently I owe the government over $1000 from my 2009 form. This is terrible news, as I'm sure is obvious. I just got off the phone with a very apathetic man who basically told me there is nothing I can do, so I guess this is goodbye, money.
There is all sorts of fun VidCon stuff I want to write about but today I am just grumpy, feeling cheated by the government, and wishing I could actually reply to the 50+ emails waiting in my inbox on a real computer.
In non-Internet related news, I went grocery shopping last night and they had those amazing pillsbury grands biscuits on sale for .99 cents. So, continuing the theme of blogging about biscuits this month, I made them for breakfast today and they were amazing. So I suppose my day hasn't been all bad.
Last night I went to Project Night as I normally do on Wednesdays, and it was the most productive Project Night I have ever participated in, as I spent the entire time utilizing the fact that I had a working Internet connection and fit as much work in as I possibly could. As well as getting in multiple twitter battles with other people at Project Night on whether the couch or the dining room table was a better place to sit.
I was going to head out around 11, but then one of my friends wanted to beta test his new card game on us, so I ended up staying fairly late. The card game was based on Monopoly, which was kind of interesting (but still frustrating and slow, as is the case with real Monopoly). I ended up with all the purple properties, one railroad and a light blue property, which was pretty crappy in terms of wanting to have a real chance at winning. It was fun being a game tester in general though, even though I wasn't the hugest fan of the particular one we were playing last night.
Anyway, I'll return to happy fun VidCon Kristina tomorrow. For now, I am choosing to remain as annoyed, money-owing WhineTown Kristina.
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