X-Box One, PlayStation 4- Wars and Facts/Health/My lil Books


      X-Box One versus Play Station 4, this battle between Micro Soft and the makers of Play Stations has been waging for decades folks, it is no surprise it continues today. The surprise is now both machines are based on stronger quicker chips and blur ray players for smoother graphics and sounds is all.  yes Microsoft gives you extras with the X-Box )ne all kinds of apps for your tv, but does everyone need them, especially if you own a smart TV? Nope.

        The Saddest part of the above war is that the pricing is now crazy and stupid. Lets add up the price of playing one game on X-Box One= Console with one controller and Kinnect= 500 bucks plus tax, Second Controller for second kid 60 bucks more, 60 dollar a year charge for service charge for X-Box Live online, and then one X-Box Game for X-Box one- another 60 bucks. Total $680.00 bucks to get started with X-Box One and have great graphics in a video game on your screen. Isn’t that crazy as hell!

        PlayStation 4 is now 100.00 bucks cheaper as a console but all the above charges also apply to their new system. making it 400.00 plus tax, second controller 60 bucks ,game 60 bucks. online servers 60 bucks per year, add it up,580 bucks for it too! Is the gaming industry for video games getting out of hand or what? And both system have made it so you have to buy all new games, your old ones from PlayStation 3 or X-Box 360 do not work. Sad isn’t it, and both companies have now made billions on the sales, how is that possible in a broken economic world?

        My answer is simple here, American parents and children love to let gaming consoles babysit their children each day, so they can do what the hell they want elsewhere. Sad isn’t it, what ever happened to reading your kid a book, a story, or building a puzzle with them, or teaching them to do art and or just talking to them to see how their day went in school? What happened to putting your child outside to play sports and games with other children, now their play partners are gaming systems. Sad as hell isn’t it folks, I think so! and then all these video games with great graphics these consoles and companies put out are filled with violence, shooting and killing of someone else, wonder why we have a violent society, we are teaching them at a young age to be violent, period through these games. Wake up, or there will be many more mass killings in schools and in neighborhoods around the world. Violence begets violence folks, make some damn games that don’t involve so much bloodshed and violence.

        Health is next, mine, I am feeling OK at this time after my middle lobe removal back at the beginning of September 2013. My surgical wounds have healed pretty well and my breathing is fine these days. I still have my PTSD, my sleep apenea, six herniated discs in my back and depression and more, but life shall go on as I struggle through.Image Some don’t believe I had the Surgery so here is a photo to prove it!

      Attached I send you links to my two little books I did on Amazons Kindle E-Books and hope some will read them and give reviews-

      

Hanging in Dealy Plaza: Murder Mystery
Authored by Mr. William McCurrach

List Price: $5.50
8.5″ x 11″ (21.59 x 27.94 cm)
Black & White on White paper
32 pages
ISBN-13: 978-1494362133 (CreateSpace-Assigned)
ISBN-10: 1494362139
BISAC: Drama / General
The story of a Hanging from the same window in the Texas School Book depository JFK was shot from!

 

Who Made me, Me!
By William M. McCurrach

List Price: $5.95
8.5″ x 11″ (21.59 x 27.94 cm)
Black & White on White paper
48 pages
ISBN-13: 978-1494206970 (CreateSpace-Assigned)
ISBN-10: 1494206978
BISAC: Biography & Autobiography / General
It is a semi-biographical story of a life and what and who it took to create the person I am!
CreateSpace eStore: https://www.createspace.com/4531508
Now in Paper-Back form online for sale too!

 

Thank You for reading my Blog!

 

 

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