New Years Resolutions

Its easy to make resolutions just because it is the new year. Its only natural, there is a certain sense of change that goes on as the new year comes about.

But let’s try and aim for something concrete, for ourselves and society as a whole. And the way to do this (in my humble opinion) is to your bit to change the world. I say this and tweet this often, that we all gave the potential change the worlds with our unique trait. Make sure your resolution ensures that you are getting rid of a negative habit and enhances a positive one.

This last part is for all believers in God. I’m not religious-ist, but unless you believe in the concept of a saviour, you won’t really enjoy reading the last part (this of course assuming you enjoyed the first part).

Let this year, the year 2014, that the saviour of our time reappears. How epic would that be, that this year, within the next 365 days, the Awaited Saviour will appear.

Merry New Year


Before anyone gets any ideas or offended, I do not associate Doctor Who with the Saviour. I just really like Doctor Who and this poster.


Team iPhone

For those of you who are Team iPhone, or that way inclined, and live in the UK, carphone warehouse are doing a brilliant deal for the 5s for £32 a month with an upfront cost of £99. That’s not a bad deal at all. However, this deal runs out tonight at midnight, so if you want it, you have to make the decision asap.


Thor: The Dark World Review

I had quite the good fortune to go and see Thor: The Dark World yesterday, at my local theatre. What was so Epic about this particular screening was, that I was seeing it at midnight the day of the release, I have never done this before. This maybe because I am not a Marvel Die Hard fan (I’m really not, I didn’t really enjoy Captain America), but I think I just never got the opportunity to do something as awesome as this. And also, it was a Thor Marathon, so we watched Thor ‘1’ at 10pm and then Thor ‘2’ at 12. I was falling asleep in Thor 1, I didn’t plan ahead, I didn’t sleep before I went to the cinema, it was just poor planning on my behalf. However, it got to Thor 2, and suddenly, my brain started to work, my eyes opened, I was still shattered, but I was ready to see Thor and Loki in 3D.

I personally thought that 2 was better than 1, this may have been because I have seen 1 before, and seen it a few times, therefore you knew what was coming, you knew where the funny moments were. It was a good introduction to the Thor storyline, but 2 was so much better. Got to love Dr Erik Selvig, it was interesting how they portrayed him considering he had the knowledge and powers of a God inside of him (in the Avengers). I don’t want to say much more in case I spoil it for anyone (the one person reading this post…Hello by the way).

The graphics/animations (whatever you like to call them) were super, and how they show the different realms (spoiler – they show different realms). They showed more of Azerguard, which looks like a place I would rather like to live, and it was set in London, which is almost my hometown by 50 minutes.

Personally, I disagreed how they showed the baddie in the film, but that’s probably because Tolkein shows them differently, and Tolkein is just awesome.

So I hope I haven’t given away any spoilers, or the plot line, or anything remotely suggestive on what happens in Thor. Nevertheless, I hope you enjoyed my ramblings on Thor: The Dark World.