The above link will open a google sheets spreadsheet, detailing the 600 video games I have completed in lieu of leading a normal, balanced, healthy life. Also a completely accurate, objective rating out of 10.
The below link will do something similar, detailing the glorious worlds I have lived in and conquered. The beauty defying vistas, musical triumphs and incredible technical feats that were tirelessly created over years by teams I happily gave my money to.
Perhaps I can get to 1000 completed before I rot away to nothingness.
One person, one vote… nah.
This idea goes against the nature of reality. People are not the same.
Some people are better than other people, some are more valuable to society, some don’t really deserve a vote.
Here’s my replacement system:
Everyone starts with 1 vote – let’s pretend we are all born equal.
You can vote when you turn 25 – when student unions stop with all their nonsense we can think about dropping it to 18.
Every £10k a year you pay in taxes gets you 1 more vote – since you are contributing more, you can get another vote. This is also great incentive for people to actually pay taxes instead of dodging them. You will also get a little badge saying how much tax you paid, a bit like the Tufty club. With that badge you won’t need to wear a Rolex to get laid.
Whilst we are at it, we may as well allow a voluntary contribution of £10k to buy a vote.
Prisoners get to vote – I don’t see why drug dealers or people foolish enough to have been caught not paying a TV license shouldn’t get to waste their vote like everyone else.
Every 10k a year you receive from the government you get 1 less vote – This means that senile near deads (i.e. pensioners) don’t get to mess things up to much for everyone else.
There we go, I’ve made the voting system more inclusive and fixed the countries finances whilst I’m at it. Touch me.