Weddings, weddings, and weddings. Seems like everyone's getting married. The shower my wife threw for Lorraine went well, and we wish them all the best. (But come on, Rob, I cut my mullet, maybe it's time for the goatee to go-bye).
The Mighty Chris Butcher was asked to stop playing CounterStrike and actually start working on Halo. His reply maybe next week.
Chucky has figured out three entirely new shapes that he can make with the Rubik's Snake. Unfortunately they all look like straight lines.
Matt Soell is working hard on casting for Pimps at Sea. That's the last time I let him use my casting couch.
Jason has done some absolutely brilliant work on bandana physics. Of course it's not actually in the game, but looks great on his head.
Mat Noguchi finally figured out how to select only the red ones from my Mike & Ikes jar. Hardy believes that my Mike & Ikes jar is the source of all viral infections at Bungie. To prevent the spread of disease I have started irradiating my Mike & Ikes.
The sound and music department (please welcome Jay Weinland) is so far ahead of schedule that we have already finished work on our fourth Xbox title.
Because of Joe's absence, the soccer team was severely defeated last night 12 to 2.
Matt Segur wondered why all the sound was so soft and realized he had his headphones plugged in the wrong jack (oh wait that was Jason, sorry Matt).
The AI controlling the Pillar of Autumn was working so well that it actually picked up Bill Gates (for what he thought was just a tour of Redmond) and made a jump to the other side of the galaxy. Now we have to build a new one that isn't as smart.