Xbox Avatar Items are a worse way to spend money than hiring a hitman on yourself, because at least then the world will be saved from having you in it. (And a professional is being paid for actually doing something.) The Xbox avatar is the most useless video game item since the "peaceful negotiations" button in Doom. It's a Mii, except it was released later and isn't used in any (good) games.
Decorating a fake bobblehead on your console shouldn't just be free; they should pay you for valuable data on the limits of human boredom. Instead they charge real money for items, and we've prefixed the word "money" with "real" again because we still can't believe this is really happening. And for only $2, you can buy Snooki hair.
I preferred it when computers used nuclear weapons and killer robots to end civilization. At least then I wasn't ashamed.
This isn't just like Snooki, or preferably "Oh s**t, we didn't notice it's like" Snooki. It's a licensed Jersey Shore product. It's a copyrighted simulated fake item based on a real fake person, and it costs real money. It'd be a less pointless spiral of financial insanity if you twisted dollar bills into Mobius strips and set fire to them in a pentagram, and the result would be less damaging to your soul.
Luke also has some Totally Sane Predictions For Modern Warfare 3, and a tumbles, and has a website.
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