I'll tell you about it in the morning. I need to get some sleep and be up early. Long day tomorrow, but should be time to blog
UPDATE: Well that turned out to be not true. I was busy with work all day Saturday and only came home around 2AM in time to walk Riley and get back in bed.
Up this morning and unfortunately Riley helped himself to a mouthful of French Bulldog this morning in the dog run. It looks like the Frenchie was unhurt, Riley had him by the face skin, but the little guy screamed like he was being killed. I pulled Riley off the other dog but not before I got bit somehow on the finger. Actually, the bloodiest one in the whole conflict seemed to be me.
Riley never instigates a fight but he will inexplicably join in after it breaks out, and the problem with that is he always always goes right for the neck of the other dog and if he gets a good mouthful he will not let go for anything. I assume that's the pit bull side of him. It was mostly noisy and extremely scary. Of course, five minutes later Riley acted like nothing happened.
Anyway, I wanted to tell all you Star Trek fans to check out the Star Trek Online game that will soon go into Beta release testing. If you want to sign up now, they will be selecting people at random to test early before the open Beta. Here's the notes on the game and what you can look forward to:
"Star Trek Online will be the first AAA MMO to feature space and ground combat at launch. Missions will take you and your friends into the depths of space, across exotic planets, and even inside starships! As the Captain of your very own ship, it's up to you to lead your crew on missions that span a number of locations. You call the shots, no matter where you are. When you're in space, you direct the action - be it in the middle of a high-tension battle, where you can maneuver in 3-D space and fire a vast array of weaponry at your enemies, or as you enter warp to explore parts of the galaxy never before documented. On the ground, you lead your away team across exciting terrain, interacting with allies and battling enemies. Every Captain commands five subordinates on the ground, all of which can be directed to act in any manner you choose".
To which I say: "Pew Pew Pew!"