X Isle wrote:
What happens though is that the fans excitement is actually REDUCED because they already know the news at the point it actually becomes news. And this 'relationship' stuff is bollox, I no less loved Argyle before the internet when stuff was announced in newspapers. Besides I'll stick to 'relationships' with real people.
Nobody waits for anything anymore, what happened to the joy of anticipation? Daughter #1 said she wanted a new laptop recently, I suggested saving up her money from her weekend job and buying one when she had enough. She looked at me as if I was wearing 11th century peasant clothing and informed me it'd take her "10 WHOLE WEEKS" so she was off to Argos.
Griff will be ready when he's ready, we'll sign someone when we sign someone, I don't get the needyness of modern life, everyone sounds like spoilt children.
If she waits ten weeks, she'll only have to save for three more weeks for a faster one
Ain't that the truth Mark. We digress but that just feeds the needyness in people, you should see the panic around my work colleagues as to how quick they can get an iphone 5. I asked yesterday what were the odds of all of their iPhone 4's breaking at the very same time and that if the 4 was so unreliable why have a 5? The sarcasm was completely lost on them.
Whatever happened to buying stuff to last, ooking after it and only replacing it when it breaks? I've got workboots that are older than some of my co-workers, yet they insist on having the latest 'gucci' kit and wonder why they're short of money
World's gone mad.
.........and Adam, I was actually dressed in 13th century peasants clothing, kids eh?, no accurate historical knowledge these days!