...okay, I went out to buy another memory card for my PS2, and I came home with a Gamecube.
It was 25$! And I always play old games ANYWAY--my gaming is about as far from cutting edge as can be imagined--and by the time I've worked my way through the backstock of Zelda games, the Wii will hopefully no longer be rarer than hen's teeth. (Watch. Because of this, I will have one fall in my lap tomorrow...)
...and goddamn, that was one persuasive salesguy. Good thing he didn't have a used car he was trying to unload.
And I now have a sample of every console in the house, possibly including the Dreamcast (unless it's in a box in the attic at James's) and thus have permanently crossed a geek horizon. And I am at peace with that.
Apparently my art is on both FurAffinity and FurryArtPile.
...I didn't put it there.
Update: Major, major props to FurAffinity, who had an unbelievably fast turnaround on pulling the account once Alopex notified them it wasn't me, and I confirmed. I don't have an account there owing mostly to timing--DA is as much as I can update--but I'm very favorably impressed and if I add another gallery in the future, this'll count major points in their favor.
I generally find you get faster service if you've got an account--would someone at FurPile be so kind as to contact the admins there? (You can e-mail me privately or post anonymously if need be.)
How is it that despite owning more clayboard and gessoboard than any sane human should, despite my desperate raiding of conventions, despite the fact that my studio resembles a lean-to made of the stuff...