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I am now officially a 'Snake Eater', No I'm not Bear Grylls! ...
Level 32 - Snake Eater - The subtitle to the third game in the Metal Gear Series.
I have only just noticed that I've gone up levels actually, and upon noticing this level change I also stumbeled across a new emblem glaring me in the face ... 'Xbox 360 Aficionado', which I imagine is for owning a certain amount of 360 games?, maybe one of you will know. I have not stepped foot inside the Emblems Union in months.
I don't have much more to say to be honest. On the gaming side of my life. I recently purchased Splinter Cell: Conviction on a mad urge, which by the way is the first Splinter Cell game I have ever brought and played through , Battlefield: Bad Company 1 & 2 I finally brought and Brutal Legend also ... Rockin'
However, its actually been Call Of Duty: Modern Warfare 2 that has me hooked right now, which is strange I thought I was done with it, but it just keeps dragging me back in.
I don't know if any of you added me on Xbox, but those who have may notice that my Gamerscore now sits at ... 32882
Oh I have also discovered the TV program Celebrity Juice, I always thought it was mindless crap. However I actually sat down and watched it a few weeks ago and now I'm hooked, I think its partly because I'm madly in love with Fearne Cotton, but Keith Lemon is just so funny. Check it out if your free tonight ... 22:00 (UK time) on ITV2, guaranteed to get a laugh out of you.
I think thats about it, Look out for my usual Formula 1 threads in the UK board, and posting in them would be nice. Even if your not a F1 fan, just come on in and abuse me or something, I like the attention ... Right I'll leave you all with a picture of the gorgeous Fearne Cotton! ...
I've only just realised that I'm level 31, and I haven't updated my blog in ages. So here it is I guess, this is my update and it sucks to be honest ... Not an awful lot going on in my life at the minute.
Level 31 - Ippon! - A reference to Karate Champ, possibly the first arcade martial-arts game, first released way back in the Golden year of 1984
On the gaming side I've been rather busy lately ... Mass Effect 2, Bioshock 2, Aliens Vs. Predator, FIFA 10 (still ) ... also I don't know if any of you noticed, but I have a brand spanking new gamertag ... Ambassador Ant. Which I feel sounds much better than the crappy old Ant A 2008. I grew tired of people thinking their clever saying stuff like "Ha hey Ant its 2010 now, what are you like 2 years old or something ... Loser!" ... don't you just love the Xbox community sometimes ... add me if you wish.
Just a little reminder that the new Formula 1 season kicks off in less than a week, the first race will be held in Bahrain, so look out for my usual threads on the GSUK board
And that is about it, Happy Gamespotting my friends.
I have finally hit the big Level 30.
Level 30 - Wicked Sick - The award earned in Unreal Tournament 2004 for 30 consecutive frags without a death.
I would also like to say a massive congratulations to Jenson Button and all his loyal fans, I'm sure most of you know but for those who don't Jenson Button is a British Formula 1 driver who finally claimed the 2009 World Championship and helped win Brawn GP the Constructors crown also last weekend and well this is his story ...
Jenson Alexander Lyons Button was born in the town of Frome in Somerset on 19 January 1980. Young Jenson first kickstarted his racing career at the age of eight, after his father, former Rallycross driver John Button brought him his first kart. He won all 34 races of the 1991 British Cadet Kart Championship, along with the title. Further successes followed, including three triumphs in the British Open Kart Championship. In 1997, he became the youngest driver ever to win the European Super A Championship, and won the Aryton Senna Memorial Cup as well, precipitating a move into car racing.
Aged 18, Button contested the British Formula Ford Championship with Haywood Racing and won the title, with nine race wins. He also triumphed in the Formula Ford Festival at Brands Hatch, ahead of future Indianapolis 500 winner Dan Wheldon. At the end of 1998, he won the annual McLaren Autosport BRDC Young Driver Award. His prize included a test in a McLaren Formula One car, which he received at the end of the following year.
Button entered Formula Three in 1999, with the Promatecme team. He won three times - at Thruxton, Pembrey and Silverstone - and finished the season as top rookie driver. He was third overall in the championship, behind Marc Hynes and Luciano Burti, and finished fifth and second respectively in the Marlboro Masters and Macau Grand Prix (0.035s behind winner Darren Manning in the latter).
He first drove in Formula One in the 2000 season, with the Williams team, switching in 2001 to Benetton, which in 2002 became Renault F1. After two years with the Enstone-based squad, he moved to BAR in 2003. They were subsequently renamed Honda for the 2006 season, during which Button won his first Grand Prix in Hungary, on 6 August 2006, after 113 races.
Following the withdrawal of Honda from the sport in December 2008, he was left without a drive for the 2009 season, until Ross Brawn led a management buyout of the team in February 2009, and Button suddenly found himself in a highly competitive, Mercedes-engined car. He went on to win six of the first seven races of the 2009 season, equalling a record achieved by only two other drivers: Michael Schumacher and Jim Clark. At the Brazilian Grand Prix, he amassed enough points over his rivals to secure the 2009 World Drivers' Championship, while also helping Brawn GP to secure the World Constructors' Championship in its maiden season.
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