I forgot to mention these bad boys in my 'football' post. Ever since I was little, I loved video games. As I was growing up, people would say they do not see the point in video games and even now some people would say similar things. I think video games, in some ways have got better in teaching. Nintendo I think is a very good company who have made there video games playable for all ages and even on their Nintendo DS consoles, they have a variety of puzzle games and games that aid the brain even with sight! They have the Professor Layton games I mentioned to BSA. I do agree that most Xbox games are a bit pointless. People buy these games and they're glued to them and they lose contact with reality and this causes problems, not just health but relationship and so on. Thankfully for me, video games is another thing that has died out with me. Since my art has come on much better, I spend more time with that now. I draw mainly when I feel up to it. A lot of the times my eyes feel very heavy so,I find myself sitting in my chair resting my eyes a lot. I will have another Matt-bat soon. I need to get some more card to work on. I have an idea in mind for my next puzzle too :).
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