It's at last that time of year, women and refined men. That extraordinary time when the government trustee pixies offer to us a little divide of the income they so avariciously ate up not long from now last. What our Government has been pissing our cash away on just matters not for a brief time of time; decisively the time I opened my letter box and discovered my discount check. Everything I could think at that minute, aside from "about goddamn time!" was, "I can at last purchase them!".
I've kept a meager three features from my adolescence with Transformers scenes on them. I have "Fire in the Sky", "War of the Dinobots", and my battered duplicate of Transformers: The Movie, still on squeaky, misshaped VHS. That was all going to change, and in the nick of time. I had seen the quite sparkling DVD sets some time recently, bolted inside the presentation case at Hastings, and me remaining on the outside like a Dickens' road urchin, instantly shooed away to anticipate their notorious Scrooge. Incredible Expectations, I had...mine would not be a Bleak House for long...tale of two urban areas...
Along these lines, in the wake of exchanging my income to real money! structure, I drove stright to Suncoast to receive my new youngsters. Nothing. No Transformers Dvds. Alright, marginally shocked, continued to Best Buy. NOTHING. "whaaaaeeadfasd?" said I, unequipped for discourse. Outskirts; NOTHING. Hastings; NOTHING. Wal-Mart; NOTHING. Toys-R-Us; NOTHING.
I don't realize what to do. I would prefer not to request them, as every priggish partner recommended, noiselessly snickering to themselves that such an individual so focused on a dead TV show from the 80s exists. Requesting the crate sets is the same, in my eyes, then a mail-request spouse. It isn't correct. Hastings does offer a couple of accumulation Dvds, however they're essentially single scenes for full DVD cost. (sigh)
I did walk away with a duplicate of New Radio on DVD, and a genuine longing for a PSP. I figure the world isn't a completely unpleasant spot. Simply generally.