If I was in a room with George W. Bush and was able to ask him five questions, I'd need only one. Where is the exit? Personally I don't care for anything he has to say. But that also extends to anyone else in Government. These people say one thing and do another. I can't really blame them though, I mean in their hands lies certain powers. And as we all know, power corrupts. The funny thing is, these people truly believe they have integrity and morals. They make a difference in our lives whilst never effecting their own. I despise all politicians. I wouldn't believe anything to come from their mouths unless I was there to witness whatever it is they're promising to do.
I've made my point and opinon on these men and women before in an older blog, not so long ago. I'm not gonna go ahead and repeat myself... I'll leave that to them. Same old statements and same old promises, but nothing really changes. Okay, that was the last reference to politicians.
The last blog ended up being my thoughts in writing. Thoughts and complications I wouldn't voice to anyone around me because A. I'm not sure they'd understand, and B. because it's hard to think clearly about any of it, and I don't know if what I think is what I really believe or just me looking at both sides of the coin. Either way, it got a little deeper than usual. My aunt is starting to get better from this virus of whatever she had. Not great, but better, so it should remove any instances of spontaneous scenario planning if you will. I look at it the way I look at the rest of life. I'll let it come to me and then deal with it. I'm not going to go chasing for answers or try to predict what's going to happen. But on the real... when whatever happens does happen to her, I hope I'm not there to witness it. A selfish act but it removes all need for morals and doing the "right thing" out of the equation and that would be the best thing to happen, for me.
It's not often things like that get to me and on the whole I have it pretty good right now. Christmas is getting ever closer. One month today I just noticed. Am I looking forward to it? Naw, not at all. It's not really a bad time but for many years not it's just been like another day of the year to me. It's never really felt the same since I was a young kid. Snow falling weeks before christmas would be the main thing I believe made Christmas special. Nowadays we're lucky to get a day of snow and even luckier if it manages to stick.
I've been playing the GTP Arcade. I'm loving the games on there. Ms. Pacman for'sure. Railroad Tycoon 3 is awesom too, it's like a railway version of Pipe Dream. I believe there is also a waterbased version of that game but I haven't looked enough yet. I pulled second place on that thing though. I'm pretty low on the Pacman leaderboard, but some of those scores I can't believe. Like the Driver game, what the hell? seriously, 38seconds and I can't barely beat that in 2laps, nevermind 3.
I love game themes. Music from games are great to listen to. But the classics, when it was just basic midi files and such. Street Fighter, Mortal Kombat, Outrun. The latter I remembered the other day just how great the tunes where and found a website I could download them from, been listening to them all day. Different remixes of the songs from the different versions of the game. I loved the first one, the second one is my favourite arcade game of all time. There's nothing better than taking on three other people and winning. Speaking of music, look up "Mario Paint" on youtube. I managed to come across it the other day and rekindled my love for the game. They remake some great songs on there.
So that's all I got for now. Have a nice day all