Boredom, His Stigness, CryEngine and Other Things
Ladies and Gentlemen, Boys and Girls (and Mercurial ), I have an announcement to make.
I am bored.
Honestly, you'd think that the longest amount of time I will EVER have without education would be more fun.
But no, I'm rapidly gaining weight due to lack of activity, bored out my head and at a complete loss for inspiration for writing skills.
And I've grown out of my suit.
However, I now have a diversion. Yay!
Oh, wait. Two Weeks driving Kommandant Dad around Wales for the first time without an instructor (and we all know how the Welsh roads are) while being put to work building my auntie's fence?
Riiight. I'll take boredom, please. No really, please.
Series Thirteen of Top Gear started last night, with His Holiness The Stig *cue fanfare* finally revealing himself to the public.
And his identity is... Micheal Schumacher.
BULL SH *is strangled from behind*
Ahem, what I meant to say was: "I do not believe this is the truth."
I shall say no more on the subject, and rather I shall move onto:
The Death Of "I Before E"
Yes, apparently there are too many exceptions to the rule " I before E except after C when the sound is EE or when the sound is A as in neighbour and weigh" to validate its teaching to schoolchildren. I'm aware that my opinion is not exactly sound on this matter but I think that you don't simply abolish this rule because there are exceptions! I find that the way to learn proper spelling has always been that you get a basic framework of knowing what is right and wrong and then you learn as you go along. I was taught I Before E and it's never worked out wrong for me.
Now, about this wiehgt issue... ()
Finally, onto the centrepiece of this post:
Messing Around With The CryEngine.
The game 'Crysis' comes with a free engine editor entitled the 'Sandbox' Editor, which basically gives you every object featured in the game and tell you: "Go ahead, have some fun."
Here are just some of the things I managed to come up with.
Overall, this probably took me 6 or 7 hours to 'film', edit and upload.
Thanks for reading!
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