Fallout las Vegas is a RPG, best played with the belief, that if you die, you die. It’s the first game I’ve played where you eat and drink to survive. An addition to I’ve been waiting for since I first began chomping on 'Oblivion' food. I set the difficultly to max. I’m not that good at games, but in the moment I believed I’d probably be able to dodge bullets, that I was just that talented at playing games.
Horror is the only good genre. Supernatural, Sci-fi, Fantasy. I can close my eyes and click on any horror film and know, that I’d enjoy it. It might be bad, but that doesn’t stop me enjoying it. With one exception, body horror. It’s cheap, tacky and unless it’s overdoing the blood effects (Tarentino style) I ain’t impressed. Thanks I’ve seen house, and a dozen other hospital programs and I’m not impressed. I know what insides look like. Since I watch more horror than I should I've decided I'm the most qualified person to create a horror watch list for you to follow in your days leading up to Halloween. Feel free to pick and choose between the lists!
Succulents are everywhere. They’re pretty. They come in a range of colours. They’re easy to look after. They come in unusual shapes. So you give in and get one, but as soon as you do, you discover your plant isn’t as easy to look after as you’ve been told. It’s best you find out how to take care of your succulent before it’s too late.
I read an article recently that asked why killing animals is moral when killing people is evil. It asked why the Holocaust was a blight on our history of human beings when we will march animals into a slaughterhouse and consume their flesh. The writer holds vegan views, and to a degree, vegan views are valid. While 70 percent of pollution is created by just 100 companies, all these companies are fossil fuel creators. Of course if you switch to green energy, that would be better. The second biggest cause of pollution is animals. Their farming, their farting, de-forestation, etc. A vegan diet will help slow this. However, there can be nothing morally gained from choosing not to eat animals. Whilst depending on your original diet, it may have health benefits, there is nothing inherently moral about it.
It was raining on the weekend. It was a day when I strayed from my routine to hit the cold, cool air and gulp in some fresh sea air. That was the plan, but I found myself in shops and playing dumb games. I did enjoy myself, so I guess it was no waste, but something stood out at me, something I have yet to drop from my mind. I was guided into a sweet shop, or, more truthfully, I guided my little brother that way. Sweet shops pop up now and again and I love to explore them, and unless the price is unreasonable, I’ll often purchase something from them.