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Fuck the strike thinks Amazon and eafifa15.com leaves a discount rain on FIFA 15 go down. Xbox One fans Retire at the price of the new PS4 Bundles maliciously under their umbrellas back. For while the bundle of a PS4, a controller, 8 GB of storage and a copy of consisting FIFA 15 with € 439.00 proposes to Beech, you can buy something similar under the banner of Microsoft for 399,00 €.
But the devil is indeed in the details. Because the Xbox One bundle is cheaper, but only contains a code for the download version of FIFA 15 , while buy fifa 15 coins the PS4 package comes with the disc.
So if you like is stuff on the shelf, collects or wants to leave open the possibility his copy of FIFA 15 for sale again, should prefer to PS4 bundle from Amazon grasp.
Only you have to wait a bit on it. Because the bundle is available until October 2. Worth doing it but then definitely. For purely mathematical terms would be compared with a separately purchased PS4 and a copy of FIFA 15 after all save 35 €. Of course only if you stick to the address of Amazon.
Rumor has it that one much cheaper somewhere else gets – but that’s another story .
FIFA 15 comes to Germany tomorrow in the trade. We have tested the offline part of the game for you yesterday. If you want to know whether the purchase is worth, you are at the right address.
For more articles, information and trailer around the world of football simulation EA Sports can be found in the news summary .
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Long before William Sledd found Internet fame for his colorful videos lauding “man bags” and decrying “mom jeans,” he was an everyday gadget geek working at The Gap in Paducah, Ky. “I am such a nerd, it’s ridiculous. I have to have the newest and the best,” said Sledd, 23, whose “Ask a Gay Man” videos make up one of the . “Like my favorite thing to do is get a new piece of technology and read the manual cover to cover.”
Little did Sledd know that he’d one day be crediting such technology an iMac, the Internet and a wildly popular video streaming site for his rise to fame as the cyberworld’s style maven.
Sledd’s flamboyant, witty and brutally honest videos about everything from the evils of toe rings to the virtues of purses for men have attracted 66,836 YouTube subscribers. And the YouTube video that got him noticed Denim Edition has been viewed more than 3 million times.
Sporting a distinctive hairstyle, Sledd starts each video with his friendly signature greeting, “Hey bitches!” but he doesn’t hold back and his opinions are strong, if not occasionally harsh.
Explaining Sledd’s Web appeal, Jason Klarman, Bravo’s executive vice president for marketing and digital, said Sledd is funny, colorful, relatable, entertaining, educational and “has a real point of view. That’s a great combination.
“We like him because he’s saying what we’re thinking,” Weintraub said, adding that Hollywood needs to recognize consumer demand for such homegrown Web content or it will miss out. “The Internet has made a platform where anyone can become a star.”
Growing up in Paducah, a one mall western Kentucky town of about 26,000 people, Sledd said consumer electronics always played a big role in his life. He was the second person in his eighth grade class to sport a cell phone and the first on the block to enter AOL chat rooms via dial up.
It wasn’t until middle school that he discovered The Gap, “and that’s when my passion for fashion began,” said Sledd, who last month left his job as a manager of the Gap in the Kentucky Oaks Mall to clear his plate for video making (not to mention travel, agents, publicists, reporters, e mail and the like).
A recent Macintosh convert and subsequent Apple evangelist, Sledd described the purchase of his iMac after years on a PC as another pivotal milestone.
“I hate black electronics. Isn’t that funny? I absolutely refuse to buy black electronics,” Sledd said, explaining one factor in his decision to buy a white iMac. “I spent the next four days reading every tutorial that was ever made about a Mac before it even got here.”
That’s when Sledd’s two worlds collided. After his sister tipped him off to YouTube in June 2006, he decided to take the fashion advice he was giving customers by day and put it up in a video blog. He’d work on his footage by night using nothing but the camera and editing tools on his iMac, he said.
When he first started posting videos to YouTube, Sledd said he set a goal of 5,000 subscribers, a number he wrote on a Post It note and stuck on the wall by his computer. In just a couple of months he had far surpassed his goal.
“Sometimes I ask myself, ‘Why did this happen to me?'” he said. Sledd doesn’t know the answer, exactly, but thinks it has something to do with his entertaining format and his “control freak” and perfectionist tendencies.
“I was never was like, ‘Oooh, I want to be on TV one day.’ I live in Kentucky and I was bored and I thought, I’ll start making videos and it got so fun,” he said.
With the Bravo partnership, “Ask a Gay Man” is a full time gig, rather than an evening whim, he said, noting that has also signed a development deal with Bravo parent company NBC Universal. “It’s the best thing to ever happen to an Internet blogger.”
“First of all, the E70 has a full keyboard, not some stripped down, tap and pray smudgy piece of . Nokia uses a technology that’s even more advanced than the iPhone’s tap screen, allowing you to actually feel the keys you press as you’re pressing them! The technology is called “tactile response,” and it allows you to do things like dial a phone number without staring at your screen like a chucking ape. In fact, every other cellphone ever made has this technology, sometimes called “buttons.”.