to wii or not to wii…

Silly of me to even be considering such a thing as wasting a good chunk of time standing/sitting outside my local Target/Wal-mart/Best Buy trying to get my hands on a Nintendo Wii.  That's why I maintain that I am absolutely no good at this studying thing.  I get distracted way too easily.  And I'm not even a video game fanatic.  It's just that..hmm…well…I don't even know why I'm tempted.  Besides the fact that I could be the first in my circle of family and friends to get the Wii (and with siblings-in-law like mine, I guess it could be worth it), I don't know why I want to torture myself to get one, especially with all of the reports of violence in connection to the PlayStation 3 launch.  I guess it's because I'm sold on Nintendo now that I've had my DS Lite for awhile and still love it.  They've made games simple enough for me to play.  When I was younger, I played Nintendo and then Super Nintendo because my brother had them.  But then he moved on to PlayStation and it was over for me.  Way too complicated.  The only thing I can play on the PS2 now is Karaoke Revolution.  But the DS Lite changed all of that.  There are so many games I can play that I can't decide half the time.  And the Wii looks to be the same.  So I'm tempted.  Very tempted.  But even if I get one, when will I have time to play since I'm supposed to be studying?  And there lies the dilemma.  Can I really control myself and limit my game-playing time enough so that I won't fail my quals?  I doubt it.  I guess that's why I should have taken my quals earlier…so I could get a Wii and play guilt-free. -_-

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