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Title: Wayne's List of New Year's Resolutions Posted: December 30, 2007 (11:42 AM)
The first day of 2008 is fast approaching, and I'll be out with everyone else partying like crazy. And since I'll probably be too tired to type anything over the next few days, I figured now would be a good time to post my resolutions for '08. And here, friends and fellows, they are:
Convert to masochism. Getting beat up would be fun again!
Get another copy of Zelda Collector's Edition. I probably should've anyway, but there you go. As for the old one, I'll miss it.
Make three or more new guides. If I can do three over the space of a single summer, I can do three in a year.
Review more. I can't believe that I've only done, like, four reviews when people like Overdrive have done, like, 200. (I'm not stretching the truth; check his blog.)
Start a new religion, then sell the position of head religious leader on eBay. Self-explanatory.
Write a few really sweet songs, then join a band. I've actually tried my hand at song-writing, and I'm pretty proud of the results. And no one in the songs raps, so that's a good thing.
Mail my Christmas cards. I should probably just write "Happy St. Patrick's Day" on 'em, and leave it at that. They'll come at about that time.
Film funny stuff and put it on YouTube. I'm probably the only one these days who doesn't.
Keep this wicked sweet blog running! I started it, I think, in March of last year. I don't know which day exactly, but I'll probably celebrate my blog's first anniversary on the ides of March.
Happy New Year, everybody! If anyone needs me, I'll be in the living room playing multiplayer anything.
User: pup Title: Posted: December 30, 2007 (06:50 PM)
So tell me about this new religion.
User: wayne_steed Title: Posted: January 02, 2008 (07:00 AM)
It's basically Christianity, except for the fact that our Bible explicitly mentions God creating videogames. Oh, and Miyamoto, Will Wright, etc., are canonized for giving us the most influential games ever. Other than that, it's the exact same.
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