All About Murj
In my third year of a film course, currently working on a dissertation and a documentary.
Still living with my girlfriend, we've been together over 2 years now (thank you very much).
I've developed an unhealthy obsession with Mountain Dew.
I've started wearing Girls' skinny jeans, because mens skinnies are always so expensive.
Christmas is coming up soon and I'll be spending the first half of it up north with my girlfriend's family.
Everything is nice.
And now I've probably jinxed it for myself. But you know what, fudge it.
I'm listening to the breeze coming in through our terrible single glazed windows and you know what you just did.
In my spare time recently I've been reading player reviews of games I have or am gagging to get my hands on. Now I like reading player reviews because sometimes the critics don't always touch on everything I want (hurhur) but some people on Gamespot are stupid.
Stupid people drive me insane sometimes!
I'm not going to name names but I'm talking about a couple of reviews I read for the new Smackdown 2011 game. I hate it whenever people write misinformed reviews and say that a game is bad. For example, one reviewer said you could no longer drag people while they were laying on the floor; then they complained for this reason that the game is difficult. This is untrue! A quick read of the manual would tell you all the controls and I know I've done it before.
But that's not it. Someone was describing something they personally found annoying with the game (which I didn't agree with but that's not the point). They said they wouldn't play the game again until a PATCH was released to fix whatever it was they found annoying. Now I don't care if they play the game or not but for them to expect a patch for something as trivial as what they wanted simply because they themselves found it annoying just baffles me!
THAT'S NOT HOW PATCHES WORK BLAAAAH IGNORAAAAANCE!!
Patches fix what's broken. They don't alter the game for specific people who want something different; they fix bugs. Real problems. Yarrrrrgh, that's about it for now. If I sound grouchy it's because I started writing this in the morning. Anyway I guess I should leave your eyes alone for now.
I'm listening to the battle music for Enchanted Arms and you've just read my blog.
So for Christmas, my girlfriend got me a certain comic book after she had to listen to my mindless and awed discoveries about the history and previous stories about one of the most entertaining villains of all time.
Now, this is the first comic book I've ever read. I love this book. I look forward to re-discovering it time and time again. I may even buy another copy of this book (and maybe even the original version too) to leave unopened in mint condition. I've never loved something so much to ever want to do this before.
There's a shop called Forbidden Planet, which caters to nerds just like me. I've always wanted to go in, even before I found out that I actually like comics. I looked up on their website and found a comic which so far has only two issues but sounds amazing from the blurb.
The art is pretty buff too.Comic Blurb wrote:Welcome To The Infinite Vacation, Where Changing Your Life Is Always Just A Click Away!
Mark lives in a world where alternate realities are up for sale, and buying and trading your way through unlimited variations of yourself is as commonplace as checking your email or updating your status. But when other "hims" start dying suddenly and he meets a mysterious girl who wants nothing to do with "life-changing," he'll learn the truth about the universe he stumbles through, and what happens when your vacation turns on you.
I seriously cannot wait to get my hands on that comic and I hope it sells enough to make it past Issue #2. Anyway, enough about me babbling on. I haven't felt this excited since I first started watching wrestling near 10 years ago! Out.
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