There was a day, years and years ago, that I thought that I saw an upright bass in a pawn shop quickly through the open front door as I drove by. As it was around the corner from the house, it was easy enough to go and check on what I thought I saw. Oddly enough, what I thought I saw turned out to be a large camera tripod that had been fully extended - but they did have an upright bass in the store.
For me, this was an important lesson in following my instincts.
So, today when the little voice in my head said to stop by the Play N Trade store because I'm never usually near it, I listened. I scored the DS version of Desktop Tower Defense, which my son was pretty jazzed about, but what I was really excited about was scoring a copy of Metroid Prime Pinball, also for the Nintendo DS handheld. I had given up on this game since it was released pretty close to the original release of the DS. One of the nice things about Play N Trade are that they still have games and accessories for older systems there - there were a few dozen N64 games, quite a number of PS1 and XBox games, and I even saw a few Dreamcast controllers thrown in there along with the pink Xbox360 controllers that some retailers are having a hard time moving.