Thanks to my cousin (via my aunt via my mom), I have very brief access to Netflix, meaning I can finally watch Luke Cage.
It’s good to have Regan’s Coming or Going? back in my library; I missed it. In addition, I am officially free from the clutches of NHK.
A coworker I didn’t much like managed to get himself arrested and fired. To be clear, this is not why I’m happy.
What specifically made my day was not having to work with him.
Finally got tired of juggling free VPNs and watching my data, so last night, I took advantage of a coupon to get a trustworthy VPN for forty bucks a year. It’s a surprisingly good feeling.
While buying detergent at Ito Yokado this evening, I found that they still had plenty of Coke omake blankets.
Without the ability to download things, I have to rely on streaming for my TV and movies. In most cases this isn’t a problem, but there are a handful of movies I’d like to see that either aren’t available, or are at-home-only.
Today, I was fortunate enough to discover that the Ghostbusters reboot was finally switched to mobile streaming (entertaining, sure). More importantly, though, Central Intelligence had finally landed, and it was pretty damn funny.
After three months off, Last Week Tonight with John Oliver finally started its new season.
Thanks to the companion app of the one I mentioned yesterday, I was able to finally watch the last four episodes of Love Live! Sunshine!! after half a year of waiting.
Thanks to a console app suggested by a coworker, I was able to watch Moana, Finding Dory, and the eighth season of Beavis and Butt-Head.
Good news took the form of my orthopedist telling me the toe I smashed on Saturday night was not, despite its appearance and steady ache, broken.