Ever since gaming consoles hit mass production and popularization in the 21st century, PC gaming has been considered as the 'elite' way to game, but why is that? When compared on the base-level, gaming consoles and gaming PCs are just computers. Each system has their own proprietary operating system and peripherals, but both allow users to enjoy video games. There has been constant bickering between PC and console gamers on which platform is superior. PC gamers see themselves as superior because they can reach much higher graphic fideltiy, systems are upgradeable, and have a higher variety of games to play. Console gamers find themselves superior becuase it is much cheaper to get into console gaming and have exclusive games which do not get released on PC. Even though these gaming commnunites have their differences, the hatchet between the two should be buried. Differences need to be set aside so the gaming industry can grow. The two main differences between these systems are the games offered and the upgradability to that system. These are some huge differences, but at the base-evel each system is a computer. Since, each PC gaming system and console gaming system is a computer there should not be a constant back-and-forth between the communities about which gaming system is superior.
Growing up I was not able to have any pets because my parents did not think my sister and I were responsible enough to take care of an animal. When I was a junior in high school my parents decided we would finally get a dog. This was one of the greatest things I had heard that year becuase I had been waiting so long to have a pet. My parents decided we would get a Shiba Inu which is a japanese breed which kind of looks like a mini wolf or fox. We named him Kekoa because my family spent 8 years living in Hawaii. He will be turning 7 this year which will make him older than me in dog years. He was a very nice pup when he was young, but has grown up to be snobby and wants things done his way or not at all. Two years ago my family chose to get another dog to accompany Kekoa when nobody is home. We ended up getting another Shiba Inu, but this time we got a female and named her Leilani. She is very cute and super sweet, but wants attention at all times of the day. She may not be the sharpest tool in the shed, but she listens unlike Kekoa.
Not many people have not had the privilege to travel outside of the country, but since I grew up in a military family I was able to travel outside of the country on one occasion. My dad was stationed in South Korea from January 2015 - June 2016, but the rest of my family did not go with him. So, in August of 2015 we went to visit my dad and I got to travel internationally for the first time. I just want to note that on international flights the food served is much better than the food served on US domestic flights. Our trip lasted two weeks; we spent the first week in Seoul and the second week in Pyeongtaek. While in Korea, I ate a lot of food, saw a lot of places, and got stranded in the middle of the Korean freeway. There are plenty of places to eat in Korea. Most resturaunts are fantastic because they use charcoal grills to cook the meats. Also, McDonald's in Korea serve shrimps burgers; which I heard are actually pretty good. Be sure to roam the streets and eat some street food because it is some of the best food you will find.
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