1. I like how the first comment to my last post said "don't play Monkey Island", and the second comment said "do play Monkey Island". That certainly makes it easier for me to figure out which game to play!
Anyway, after playing around with DS recording for a bit, I am pleased to announce that my next walkthrough will be for Professor Layton and the Curious Village. That's a puzzle-based point-and-click adventure starring a British guy in a top hat.
2. Speaking of comments on my blog, I agree that it's kind of lame in Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince that Snape finally gets the Defense Against the Dark Arts job, but we never see him teach. Then again, if I'm remembering correctly, we only saw him teach twice in Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince: the first time was at the start of the year, where he introduced the concept of non-verbal spells and gave Harry a detention which prevented Harry from being at the first Slug Club meeting. And the second time we saw Snape's class, he talked about Inferi. Neither of those scenes is particularly crucial to the plot, so I can understand why they were cut out.
After all, Snape got the awesome Unbreakable Vow scene in which he...well, he kinda stood there like a statue the whole time while Bellatrix spun around him in circles, giving a monologue. But it's still a very popular scene, so it's cool they kept it in.
3. I came up with a superhero yesterday. His superpower is the ability to know what day of the week it is. His name? The Calendater.