Backlog and What My Snake Thinks of Public Transportation

Lately, after an absence of console gaming action (minus a foray into Silent Hill: Shattered Memories for the Wii) for about 8 months, I've been trying to catch up.  I ignored my backlog and went straight to Mass Effect 2 to avoid spoilers.  Played some Forza 3 but for whatever reason couldn't get really into it.  Screwed around with Bad Company (sounds dirty), which was surprisingly good and I've been addicted to ever since, thank you to Jeff at Giant Bomb for the preview that got that one rolling.  Finally getting around to playing some BioShock, going for all the achievements in one run which looks possible.  And now thinking about what to roll with next:
 
Arkham Asylum, Darksiders, Assassin's Creed II, Halo 3: ODST, Lost and the Damned, or numerous XBLA games.  Well, at least the summer looks like it will be a little light.  That should help.  Perfect Dark coming out, however, will not help me catch up with my backlog.
 
Also, hanging out with my pet corn snake, and this is what she thinks about public transportation:
 

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Posted by Skwidman

Lately, after an absence of console gaming action (minus a foray into Silent Hill: Shattered Memories for the Wii) for about 8 months, I've been trying to catch up.  I ignored my backlog and went straight to Mass Effect 2 to avoid spoilers.  Played some Forza 3 but for whatever reason couldn't get really into it.  Screwed around with Bad Company (sounds dirty), which was surprisingly good and I've been addicted to ever since, thank you to Jeff at Giant Bomb for the preview that got that one rolling.  Finally getting around to playing some BioShock, going for all the achievements in one run which looks possible.  And now thinking about what to roll with next:
 
Arkham Asylum, Darksiders, Assassin's Creed II, Halo 3: ODST, Lost and the Damned, or numerous XBLA games.  Well, at least the summer looks like it will be a little light.  That should help.  Perfect Dark coming out, however, will not help me catch up with my backlog.
 
Also, hanging out with my pet corn snake, and this is what she thinks about public transportation:
 

Posted by Geno

That's pretty cool advertising. 

Posted by Skwidman

Yeah I thought so too!  Much better than my city's "DON'T SHAKE YOUR BABY" advertisements on buses, which are also pretty hilarious in their own right, but not as clever, and for all the wrong reasons.