All About okstate91
Football. What a sport, and how I hate it. I have played/ been an accessory to football since my 7th year of life. Thats when tackle football started for me. And through much peer pressure and me being too much of a girl to tell anyone that I am not going to play because I hate it I am still playing today. Now it seems that Football can be a way to get a scholarship to a good school. Not like USC or anything, but maybe a division 2 school. I have accpeted that. One thing that I cannot accept is the fact that now that I am finally done with my long season I am forced to watch Football everytime I walk into the living room. I have watched more games than I played in this year. As my name suggests I do confess to bieng a Oklahoma State fan. I did not mind watching them beat Illisnois, who I was very sympathetic towards because of their coaches death at the beginning of the season. And that was a fun game to watch because I like the people on the team and I know their story. I dont like, however, to watch 20 teams that I haven't heard of before orthe "huge" games like the national championship. Lets look at whose in that game. Ohio State and LSU. Surprise, surprise. Why wouldn't you put Hawaii in. I know, I know, because they don't play anyone. But dosen't it just seem right thatthe only undefeated team should be given a shot at the title. I mean, call me crazy, but if they beat Georgia in the Sugar Bowl and remain undefeated, what does that say about the defeated champions. Should they be given that title? No one will know because it is not really decisive as to who is the best. But that is only one reason why bowl season is dumb. Because it is not really about who the best team is, it is about our opinion. Michigan lost to a division 2A team but they are still playing Florida right now in the Capital One Bowl. The only reason is because we think they are good. Everything is psychological except pure primal instinct. Nothing is real. Oh my, I sound like a conspiracy kind of person right now. I'm not, trust me, but that is just what I think about football. The NFL is even worse. Lets not get started.
I dont know why I haven't done this yet, but I am finally getting into this site. I just spent like half a day finding all my old games and putting them on my collection. It's really annoying how many I just can't seem to find. Some information about me, I listen to all kinds of music. Some favorite bands are Boston, Chicago, AC/DC, Ludacris, James Taylor, Dixie Chicks, and Elton John takes all. Favorite T.V. shows are That 70's show, early Happy Days, House, and while aired Rurouni Kenshin. Favorite movies are all Die Hard movies, Super Bad, Reign O'er Me, Forrest Gump, and I Am Legend. I have owned all Playstation systems, and most Nintendo ones, plus the Sega Genesis. I'm an oldies fan, but i get into the new games sometimes. My friend introduced me to the Socom series on playstation in Jr. High School, and I have been playing shooters ever since. I have like 200 hr.s logged on Socom 2 and much more on 3, but that includes lobby time. I'm not anything special, just above average but i was on the 20 ranked soc3 clan for GB's. I am a pretty good O-lineman in football. Soon to be a 4 year letterman. So, here is a blog topic...
Games that you should not buy!
I made the mistake of buying Ridge Racer 7. Bad move. It is the typical arcade racer. It has the good graphics that we expect from Japanese games, but the gameplay is impressively boring. There is no storyline, and while there is a large list of cars, they are wholly uncustomizable and as far asI know there aren't any true American Muscle cars as we know and love them. The last straw for me was crashing. Those cars are ridiculously touchy, in every way shape and form. You crash easily and as soon as you do you can be done in the race. It contains none of the thrill that say, NFS or Burnout games do. And thats all I have to say about that.
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