Going to a gig by some guy called Caspa, here's one of his remix's, think it'll be worth it?
Thursday, 11 November 2010
I always enjoy these politicians coming on TV and tell us how outraged and disgusted they are that students actually demonstrated their anger about the tuition fees, the fees they never actually had to pay. I suppose we're meant to take all these cuts without complaint like they are doing us a favour. We're always told who's to blame and how its someone else's fault, yet it's us who have to pay for it. Good to know that if I become an MP I can spend the tax payers money, then when asked about it I can simply place blame elsewhere and no one objects. In my opinion the 200 people were the ones in the right, the other 50000 were the cowards doing exactly what the government wants, quiet protests, not disrupting anything. Great system we've got here eh?
While being one of those sad geeks who went to a shop at midnight to purchase the game it can be said that I had expectations of a good game. While Black Ops is a good FPS, it's nothing new really. Sure there's new maps and some new weapons, but nothing revolutionary. Unfortunately this trend will probably continue until the game stops selling so well and the dev's actually have to do something new to draw in customers rather than relying on the CoD brand itself. While I am disappointed, I can't fault Activision or Treyarch on this, why spend millions of dollars trying to "reinvent the wheel" so to speak when repainting it will save money and sell just as well?
Jesus, if I see riot on the TV about those students I'll drop the shit, seriously, a couple of guys smashing a few windows? See that shit daily in Glasgow. What did they expect when they voted in the Tories anyway, for them to actually help them? Ha.