Life Is Good


Listen.  I’m busy.  Work, church, kids, Lodge and other activities demand from me a ton of time.  A TON!

Enough time such that I don’t have time to play Sony Playstation at all.

1.  Because I don’t wanna spend the little free time I do have playing Playstation.

2.  Because I don’t wanna become addicted when I realize how flippin’ fun it is.

Which just makes this unbelievable:

Raleigh, N.C. — A security breach on the Sony PlayStation Network might have put at risk the personal information of more than 780,000 North Carolinians, state Attorney General Roy Cooper said Friday.

You’ve gotta be shittin’ me!  780,000 people have a Playstation in North Carolina?  Carolina only has 8,049,313 people in the whole state.  And if that isn’t bad enough, there are only 3,132,013 households.  That means there is a Playstation in nearly 1 out of 4 homes!

And those 780,000 people are only the ones who have signed up for online Playstation network.

Yeah, life sure sucks for a lot of people!

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2 comments
  1. And that doesn’t count Nintendo Wiis, DSI, XBox, etc.

    We have a Wii and my eight year old son is mastering the DSI. I don’t see the point. But back in the 80s when my dad and sister had Atari Missile command battles, I found myself unable to get into it.

    I suspect your activities at church and your lodge ultimately are more fulfilling — I can’t believe a computer game can out do human interaction!

  2. pino said:


    And that doesn’t count Nintendo Wiis, DSI, XBox, etc.

    … I don’t see the point.

    My point is that those things seem to be indicators of a non-suffering life. An indicator of at least middle class if you. The thought that so many people have that much disposable income is amazing!

    Life is good indeed!

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