The hugely anticipated GTA V is going to be coming out into the games rooms soon.
I personally cannot wait for its release, its should a iconic game now I cant think of many games that can top it.
I can remember the old London style ones in Birdseye view. thinking that that was only 10 years ago is strange really. The improvement made to both graphics and game-play is undeniably unbelievable, it makes you wonder what the future games will be like, i doubt well be able to know whats real and whats fiction…. weird.
But to be fair there are some other awesome games that need to be kept up like:
BIOSHOCK < possibly the most awesome game ever, apparently they are making it into a film… BOSS
FIFA: cant beat abit of FIFA and the graphics just keep getting WOW
AND WHO CAN FORGET COD 🙂
OMG its making me look like a games freak…….. so true though haha
So lets have a fun topic!!
Whats everyones favourite obscure sport??
This one is an easy one for me!!! And its dodgeball,
I absolutely love this game and genuinely thing it should make it to the Olympics haha, but seriously the best game ive ever played at school.
I think it really made its name from the film DODGEBALL anyone else seen it as many times as me?? HAHA.
Come one. OBSCURE SPORTS AT THE READY!!!! I CAN THINK OF LOADS
Heard about this legislation that is trying to be put through by the Conservatives and I think it is crazy.
Simply, if you want your unemployment benefit, you need to work voluntarily for 30 hours a week (although this includes going to the job centre etc so lets say you work 28 hours of the week).
Now, I feel that people who are unemployed should do some compulsory volunteering, but 30 hours is steep. I would think 15 hours is more acceptable.
There’s a few things wrong with this:
Say you have to quit your job due to looking after children or due to exhaustion at work, you are then forced straight back to work.
I’m not entirely sure how much you get in unemployment benefit, but I’m pretty sure if you worked 30 hours a week for it, it would be slave labour.
I’m sure I might be ridiculous with this one, but does this mean those who can’t work (for example the disabled) have to work? And will junkies (practically every one of them in my area) claim that they are disabled to avoid work?
This could easily increase unemployment if certain stores (Poundland was one shop that took on these people) take on volunteers and decide that they do not need to take on as many paid staff because they can make it past on volunteers.
I am currently unemployed and in between education, and I can tell you that being unemployed and doing nothing is so boring. I’m assuming that the Tories assume that most people who are unemployed and lazy sods, when the truth is, there is no jobs (well in Scotland anyway).
So what’s your thoughts on this?