The article is a little short on details, but I figured duders would want to know, regardless. In case you don't know him, Baer invented the first 'prototype' console in the late 60s, and in the early 70s, he released the Magnavox Odyssey. Because of all that, his impact on the industry from it's conception, to now, is undoubtedly large. He was 92.
I bought the white PS4 bundle and don't regret that at all. I do wish I could have gotten it with a different game though, Destiny is a little barren and the loot is meager. I might enjoy it more if I could start playing with people but without matchmaking that takes more effort than it's probably worth.
Exactly the hole I'm in, I mostly play PC, so I have like no friends on consoles. Bungie has always had a problem with adding matchmaking to co-op though, so I'm honestly not surprised it's nonexistent. It just sucks when it's doubled with the fact there's no split-screen.
I've read some parenting advice that suggests you get kids to do what you want by making them choose between two of the exact same thing. For example, rather than telling your kid to put their pajamas on, you ask them if they want the red pair or the blue pair tonight.
I imagine that's what American politics is like.
If you want your analogy to be more representative of modern American politics, you would ask the kid if he wants his pajamas on forward, or backward.
My youngest one just keeps screaming, "RON PAUL!" I have no idea what to do with her.
I'm afraid she's already gone, there's nothing we can do...