Monday, July 11, 2005
Video Games Once Again Proven Total Waste Of Time
That said, let me use NASCAR to my advantage when it suits me. Carl Edwards had a race coming up at Pocono and was not entirely familiar with the track. So he got on the SONY PlayStation in his RV and found the Pocono track and ran it over and over.
"It’s a NASCAR game that you can buy on the shelf," he said. "I’ve got a steering wheel and a clutch. Coming to a new track and spending time on one of those things really helps."
So there you have it. Video Games helping "athletes" earn millions.
For what real world event am I preparing for when I play Halo 2 you ask? Why for the day I show up at Kinko's armed to the teeth and blood thirsty for pay back of course.
Story from Washington Post
UPDATE: Crissy points out "how much do you really need to learn about an oval?"