I love cake just as much as any other man. Scratch that, I love cake more than any other man, because I am more man than any other man. As a man who loves his cake, when I find myself in a home without cake, I feel that the one thing the house is missing is cake. That was the case tonight, an I needed cake. Now, I'm not one to go to a store for cake. I much prefer home-made cake. Yet my oven is currently broken, and I have recently had to settle for the store bought goods. So tonight I went to the grocery store, seeking cake, naturally, but not wanting to spend too much money. I was faced with the choice of buying four cupcakes for $3.00, or a cake with four slices in it for $4.00. I was about to go for the cake, when it hit me that I could get eight cupcakes for $6.00. WHAT A BARGAIN! I immediately picked up the cupcakes and went to the cash register, grinning ear to ear. As I walked out of the store, I whispered to myself "mission accomplished!" Ha ha ha, accomplished it was.
An article up on Time's website has upset me. A judge in New Jersey denied a couple the right to adopt a child for the fact that they were atheists. She said that the couple would force their child to not believe in a supreme being, and that not giving the child religious freedom would not be an adequate way in which to raise it. I am an atheist, and I'm not shy about it. I am not one to go out looking to argue with people who have religion, although I know there are atheists like that. I've always believed in just letting others believe whatever they want. Who am I to judge?
I thought we were out of the dark ages. It's disgusting that parents can be denied the right to adopt a child due to their religious preference. If the parents were devout Christians, would they have been denied a child because they wouldn't allow it to deny the existence of a supreme being? This prejudice towards atheists needs to end. Believe in whatever you want, just don't encroach upon the rights of others because their beliefs differ. I don't want to sound cliche, but can't we all just get along?
Why hello there. Welcome to 2008, a brand new year full of mystery and amazement. What's in store for us? We have Smash Bros. and Little Big Planet. Metal Gear Solid 4 and a new Resident Evil. Grand Theft Auto IV and maybe even Banjo Threeie. Although who knows, maybe half of that stuff will be delayed until 2009 and we'll all be like "2009 will be awesome!" And who knows how many interesting news bits and crazy stories will come up in '08. Will the hyped games deliver? Will Spore finally come out? Who knows, maybe Square will announce that FF VII remake that will have fanboys furiously masturbating the whole world over. Oh the mystery and majesty of it all! There's a whole new year of fun! 365 days full of information! 52 more Fridays for the peoples of DESTRUCTOID to play together. Now if you excuse me, I must go off to buy a flying car. HIP HOP HOORAY!
Last night I took part in FNF. I was playing CoD 4, and it seemed that the thing most everyone had to say to me was "who the hell are you?"
Not that I can blame them or anything, I've never been active at this site. I read the front page daily, but that's about it. Maybe I'd comment once in awhile, or make a blog post of little importance, but I never tried to be a part of the community. I've decided to change that. I'll start reading c-blogs, commenting on stories, and updating my blog more often. I don't know how good my blog will be, but regardless, I'll at least be posting something that lets people know I exist at DESTRUCTOID. So there you go. I'm going to get my name at least somewhat recognized so that more people will know who I am come next Friday.
P.S: To the people I was playing with towards the tail end of the night, given that you enjoy being fucked by horses, getting fucked by a horse until you die wouldn't be a bad way to go. Not that I'm into that or anything.
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There's no word on what the list of games will be, but here's hoping there's some recent titles on there and not games from the last few years that sold poorly.