However, the way in which the Packers just lost the NFC Championship game is unacceptable. It is unacceptable to lose when you have a 12 point lead with less than 5 minutes remaining. It is unacceptable to botch special teams plays. It is unacceptable to play an entire half of football in the National Football League like you are trying not to lose. Go out; win the game. Don't turtle in and mutter "how the fuck did that just happen" when the other team plays to win and does in fact win.
I have never been physically ill after a game. I can't eat dinner right now. I can't even determine if this is real. Someone pinch me.
Thank you Green Bay and Seattle for an amazing game.
It was 2009 when I last upgraded my computers GPU (aka video card) to an EVGA GTX 260. That little baby has served me for over five years and is still ticking away without problem. However, it was becoming extremely noticeable in games like Guild Wars 2 and Bioshock Infinite that I was playing on outdated hardware. Even though I had more ram and a SSD speeding things up the message was all but clear as my machine continued to come to a crawl during intensive graphical encounters.
So I waited all Black Friday and no great deals surfaced (at least ones I could get to before they sold out). I checked all weekend. I checked all of Cyber Monday. Nothing. Then the day after, Giving Tuesday as it is apparently called, an R9 290X surfaced for $299 after rebate via NewEgg. Not as great as the $249 R9 290X deals I missed on Black Friday, but good enough for me to pull the trigger.