Who remembers video stores? You know, the stores that stock new release videos tapes (the ones that are clunky and take up heaps of space in your cabinet) and DVD’s? The ones where you travel to on a Friday night and hire movies for a few days (or a week) and you and a group of friends watch (or even binge-watch) movies from 6pm til the wee hours of the next morning?
If you would ask me for my personal opinion, I would say that I am a Nintendo person through and through. Always has been, always will be.
I have always loved TV shows that make us think about how we treat society and our actions, and confront us to take a deeper glance within ourselves, seeing if our actions align with our words and our beliefs. It’s these type of shows that can transcend the test for time because of their enduring and universal messages applicable to every person around the world, regardless of culture, religion, morals and other values.
Here’s the next installment of “Sunday News Roundups”, this time from the 19th to the 25th May. Enjoy reading the scoop on the latest news!
Sentimental- the definition is pretty simple. Something of your past that you hold onto, not because of any monetary value, but because of the intrinsic value you place on it. It may not necessarily be the most popular thing of that time period, but nevertheless, you hold onto it because of the fond memories it gives you. In this weekly post of Sentimental Saturdays, we discuss the things that make us remember the times where life was simple, good, and sometimes less complicated than the lives we live currently.
Welcome to Futuristic Fridays- a space where we can discuss all things future. It may be a post about an up and coming band, or even a futuristic technological gadget that could become pivotal in changing the lives of society and the people within it. Regardless, each week I will be discussing about an issue that has recently been tugging at my heart, and after the post, hopefully it’ll be tugging at yours as well.