Yesterday I went to every store around my area to buy another Playstation 3, who would of thought that it was so difficult. It was raining, and had to catch the bus every where (I bet you know how much ass that is). Anyway, my wishes came true when I found a 160GB Playstation 3 for $229 sounded too good to be true right? Well guess what, it was. "we're out of stock". REALLY!? "Why have them on the fucking shelf you noobs!" so, from that I gave up no where has a 160GB Playstation 3 in stock and they're the same price every where.
So what's the point in looking around? What's happened to shopping around for the best price? There isn't any more. This current generation doesn't need stores, especially stores that have staff who don't know what they're doing. Looks like the interview processes don't matter, and everyone of my friends can't get a job at these stores, maybe it's because we have a logical mind unlike the rest of the staff that get picked. I'm not trying to have a big rage quit about this, but seriously a sold out sign on the window so people don't waste their time would of been worth it.
Looks, like I'll be looking online once again for Playstation 3 online is just better, don't have to walk around endlessly for something. At least websites are updated every time something is out of stock.