Thursday, 1 May 2014

The Curious Fashion of Rick Owens

I like clothes. I'm putting that out there, I spend far too much money on clothes, I have far too many and I spent a lot of my free time gazing at lovely expensive things in vintage shops across the land. I've been to cities I've never been too before and immediately made a bee-line for the nearest musty-smelling collection of old man shirts and denim.

That being said, high fashion and it's lower-echelon equivalents really piss me off. The clothes are never that great a quality, they look awful, there's no use to them and they're so overpriced as to be a way for the rich to obnoxiously rub it in other people's faces. It costs money to look this bad.

Monday, 28 April 2014

Butler’s Free To Play Shooter Round-Up; Or, How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love PC Shooters

First off, I should make it clear that technically one of these isn’t free-to-play, I just got it free-to-play, but whatever suck it I do what I want.

Two very different shooty mans games were made free for a time recently, and I had the honour of playing them both. Warface, Crytek’s 360 exclusive military squad-based shooter, and Red Orchestra 2, a large scale military squad-based WW2 shooter, was made free for a day. Two very different games, despite my sarcastic description, my unsolicited opinion can be found after the jump.