Has it really been this long? Damn, I still remember when this site was nothing more than a host for Deity.
Imagine my suprise when I recieved this in my inbox earlier:
Thank you to everyone whose voted for me!
Now it's phase 2, If you vote for me again First Fantasy could become Indie Game of the Year 2010! [Also 1000$ and a distrabution deal]
Give a cynical guy a gift at christmas, the gift of Indie Game of the Year 2010. [Also 1000$ and a distrabution deal]
P.S Here's one of my reviews from BigDistraction.
This week I decided to give Linux a go. I decided to choose Ubuntu despite my friend who insisted Debian was the best. God my life is so dull at the moment, let's write about something more exciting.
Well, it seems my ISP is ran by Valve because that was the longest "2-3 weeks" of my life. But don't panic all you readers that are still here! I have some interesting articles of information I shall highlight below.
First of all apologies for the late reply, I've moved into a new place and I haven't got the net sorted out yet. I'm writing this from a library computer and until the net gets sorted, chances are there won't be an update. But on the good side, it should only be 2/3 weeks max.
This week I'll write about something that has always bothered me about the BBC2 series "Dragons Den". If you are a yank, I'm sure you've got an equivalent but to explain it to the general masses: A person goes to pitch their idea for an invention or gadget in front of four multi-millionaire business men/women. If their idea is good enough, they'll get their asking sum of money to buy a stake in the business. Sounds simple, but let us look at great inventions of the past, which would have never been invested in with what the person would probably outline in their pitch.
So here I was, happily enjoying Fresh Prince of Bel Air on my television when an advert for this came up:
Even on the advert it was pronounced RETARD-Ex
Who would honestly want to brush their teeth with something called retarDEX?! It's like the person who made it up dropped it into a office meeting as a joke and the boss replied back "This is an amazing name!" All while the yesmen just nod sheepishly while dieing a little inside.
As promised, every week I'll have an amusing Yahoo Answer to keep the merriment up and to increase my views.
Pamela Anderson's plastic surgeon trying to mince his words into a plea for help.