Monthly Archives: September 2016

So the 2016 election has been…. eventful to say the least. For the Democrats we have Hillary Clinton, current Secretary of State and who’s email activities are more dubious than the Saturday cartoon villain. And for the Republicans we have Donald Trump, who needs no introduction but has the temperament of a six year old child. So really when it comes down to it the choice is between two candidates who may cause harm to America.

Now on one hand Clinton has the advantage in political experience, and being Secretary of State has given her a bit of experience in diplomacy. However she broke a few rules by using her own private server for her emails for her job instead of the government provided one. And they just ‘happened’ to crash when people started asking questions. Not suspicious at all. Still being a politician makes her think forward and try to stay on the good side of the people who voted her in so she’s less likely to push anything she knows will alienate those voters.

Donald Trump on the other hand…

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Yeah the only thing I can say that’s positive about him being elected is that Clinton won’t be president. And even if he is elected he can’t really push through any of his insane claims for the simple reason that he peeved off too many politicians. His own party doesn’t want him, and the Democrats hated him to begin with. His power as president will be severely limited by Congressional interference. But that doesn’t mean he can’t do damage. As the head of our country he would have to open his mouth around other world leaders when they visit.

And on that horrifying note, I’m gonna end this post. Later peoples!

You know… every time I see the name Trump in the news I just ask myself, “What did he do now?”

Well turns out Eric Trump declared that his father built up his business from “just about nothing.” Sure, let’s just ignore the million dollar loan Donald got from his father. I mean in the one percenter world that’s pocket change. It’s not something you worry about.

Buuuuuuut….. in the real world A MILLION DOLLARS ISN’T NOTHING! I’m mean come on Eric. Step outside your little fantasy bubble and live a week on minimum wage. And to add insult to injury Eric defended his father by claiming he fulfilled the American dream. Well I don’t know what dream he’s talking about but it sure isn’t the American one.

And this isn’t the first time I’ve heard one of the Trump kids start a controversy. Melinda Trump plagiarizing her speech, Donald Trump Jr. comparing Skittles to immigrants who might kill you, I mean seriously.

Does Donald Trump’s hair DEMAND brains in order to be so perfect? Cause so far that’s what it seems. I’m still trying to figure out how this guy is the Republican GOP.

That’s all I got to say on the matter. For now.

Hey everyone. It’s been four days since the Rise of Iron expansion for Destiny has come out. And although I haven’t played through it all, I am enjoying it so far. The new enemies were tougher at the beginning but as soon as I upgraded my gear I easily overpowered the lower leveled ones.

The new mission area, the Plaguelands, is a Fallen Devil Splicer run zone with the Hive fighting for control. However it’s rather feeble in most areas with only a single team of them. I missed having the full on firefights between two factions like what they had in the previous maps. While they do have them, they’re only in single player/team instances and they’re generally not as fun alone.

The missions I’ve played so far are good. Though at the beginning it started out as any other campaign mission. It did pick up nearer towards the center of the first mission when I got into a shootout while on a gondola, and fighting a zombie-fied version a Sepiks Prime, one of the first Strike (Team Mission) Boss you come across if you played the strikes in the vanilla game.

Finally for today, I got an exotic (Basically top tier game gear if you don’t know) version of the first gun Destiny gives you: The khovostov 7g-o2. I’m just gonna call it the K-rifle. It’s unique as it represents what the guardian is, a weapon of war renewed and upgraded by the Light. That and it can be an Auto-rifle, pulse rifle AND scout rifle, while giving you the choice to toggle between 450rpm and 900rpm. It’s a very adaptable gun that can suit the gameplay of many Destiny players. Not to mention very powerful at it’s 350 damage to my previous rifle that had 320 damage when it was fully upgraded in the pre-Rise of Iron Destiny.

That’s all I have for you today. Stay tuned if you wanna hear more.

Hey people, sorry I’ve been gone for so long. But I’m back. And to make it up to you, I’ll be reviewing the new Destiny Expansion, Rise of Iron, when it comes out on the 20th. I’m looking forward to being back and posting my reviews, and hopefully I’ll figure out how to show my gameplay as well for my on the spot commentary. Hope to see everyone in the future, game on and all that stuff.

I need to figure out a way to close these things…