I don't understand why people hate EA, actually I don't think that hate is real. The only time I hear people "hating" on EA is on the internet, it doesn't happen in real life.
I actually "hate" E.A. More precisely I don't hate them because that would require time and energy I don't see fit wasting on them but I however do boycott them and that does exist in real life for me.
man I really need to trim my mustache. It's grown over my upper lip completely and I just end up chewing on it.... maybe I'll do that later....
Don't! You're getting one of the greatest gifts a man can attain. A handlebar mustache! I have harnessed the power of this mighty beast with my facial fists of hair and let me tell you from atop of Man Mountain "The view is great!"
Hey....Nvidia. Um. We need to talk. We know you like to show off and some of your ideas are kinda cool. A handheld streaming device is not cool. As silly as this sounds, if people WANT to play PC games at other points of their house, they would put the PC there. No room? They tend to find ways.
Im kinda glad im not the only one who looks at this and simply goes, "Why?"
There are three major console game console developing companies who have been around way longer than they should have by now and I'm bored of it. So why the hell not? Let's have Nvidia come out of left field (at least for me) with this quirky little device. More companies taking risks on ideas means we profit in the long run.
I like my little bit of internet, Giantbomb and it's community, to exist outside of the internet and away from everyone else. I know this is an impossible task but I could give two shits about some other website. The Bombers know they are already awesome because of their evident passions for video games and tomfoolery. In my mind it doesn't need to be validated by any sort of competition.
In fact mentioning Giantbomb in comparison to any other website is a insult. There is only the Giantbomb, now comply.
As mentioned multiple times before consult the medical professionals.
But here is something relatively simple to do:
Eat healthy, workout, and meditate!
The renewed sense of mental clarity/balance and overall energy has skyrocketed after a mere month. Just dropping soda/candy sugar I lost 20 lbs in under 3 weeks and started to notice changes in my physique and mind.