No, dear Blubbergardeners, I'm talking about the Daily Mail, which is like Fox News only British and a newspaper. You can choose either of the first letters of its name and swap it for an F. Daily Fail, Faily Mail, Faily Fail, it doesn't matter.
In particular, there's one particular so-called columnist called Richard Littlejohn, who I just happened upon thanks to the UK's trending topics on twitter (I'm @DaveNebula, by the way [/shamelessplugging]). He thinks that because of the atrocities
I've been playing HeartGold since Saturday and made pretty quick progress at it - already beaten all 16 gyms. As I am approaching the end of the main game, I think it's a good point to review my thoughts on the game. There are some spoilers in here, but I hesitate to label them as such since a lot of it is common knowledge, especially due to the nature of the games.
Basically, HeartGold feels more like a Crystal remake than a Gold remake, but that's fine - Crystal introduced a lot of
After a... uhh... let's just say "incident" a couple of Septembers back, I started visiting here more frequently. Then I kinda just faded away. Well, with HeartGold's UK release approaching quickly, I'll be around a bit more.
Quite a bit of new stuff. New phone, new lapto (fortified with vitamins, calcium and Windows 7), new avatar (Mio > you), loads of new albums, hopefully a new DS soon too. And, even more hopefully, a new band. Well, a band anyway.
My immediate thought: HELL YES! THE INTERNET HAS SPOKEN! \m/
However, there are many questions and answers regarding this from critics of the movement to get RATM to Christmas #1 in the UK. They are: What exactly was the campaign?
Simple. Joe McElderry won the UK talent show The X-Factor this year. What's happened since 2005 with winner Shane somethingorother is that the winner has been practically guaranteed the Christmas #1, only to fade into obscurity shortly
Didn't do much in it, but then I'm not around much anyway.
I was Samus Aran.