Aside from that, life is pleasant enough, I'm just slowly plodding through it. Work is the very annoying slow-yet-not type so far tonight (when the shop always feels empty but there's always that one solitary person at the counter, meaning you can't get anything done) but for some reason I expect tonight will be fun. Also: Asti, Simon was telling me rentals on Saturday have dropped by around 20-30% in recent weeks, and he's not sure why this is occuring. So we'll be having to put the newest, biggest films on all the time on Saturday, even if they're godawful films, to try to create public interest. Of course, this is missing the point - if people want to rent, they'll come in. People won't walk in off the streets to wander into a rental shop, especially given the information we require before you could be made a rental member here. Anyhoo, at worst we'll keep the telly near us off and the telly halfway down the shop on, I guess.
I bought the Game Boy Player into work today, I'll be having a go at Advance Wars 2 if it gets quiet, else I'll put on a demo of the game. It's showing off a product coming out soon, is the spiel I'll use if anyone enquires why. I think we should have a Game Boy Player in the shop anyway, truth be told. It's a way to let people test GBA games before buying them, after all.
The boss is considering ordering in the n-gage from Nokia, and games and such. I hope he doesn't. This is the handheld machine priced at a ludicrous £299, that can barely play things like the PSone game Pandemonium. The makers also seem to enjoy alienating potential customers by pointing out how geeky it is to play on a GBA on a night out. I think they are Kings of Point-Missing at the moment, and I would laugh at anyone who decides to buy an n-gage. Let's face it, the PSP will be seen as "cooler" and the GBA will be seen as cheaper, and those are the two primary factors people seem to consider in a console these days.
Jodie Law just came in here. I really don't remember her having a cleavage like that, last I saw her.
One thing I need to work on (as in, something I need to improve on as a person, not actively work in this shop) involves finding a way to get things done when I get free time. I've been wanting to call someone for a while but I never get the time to pre-work and I don't think they'd appreciate calls at 10:30 PM; I keep not having the time to hoover before work too, and obviously a loud hoover at half past ten wouldn't be appreciated by anyone in our block of flats. Worst, someone was meant to call me but because of annoying little things always getting in the way it never happened and now they've disappeared offline for a bit. And I miss them.