05-02-2013 07:51 PM
So there I was, Wednesday morning I wake up by the side of my wife. I kiss her good morning, being our 2nd month of being married and being happy at our own house. She makes breakfast, I feed our dog and we both get prepared for a day of work. Before leaving I turn on my PS3 to see if any of my downloaded games have finished up installing and downloading. Everything is great, I'm a happy husband & Gamer. As we go out we both kiss each other goodbye and make out for a hard days work. And boy was it, I work on a business where I have to check and maintain fire extinguishers in companies, schools, business, etc. It was a hot day and all I was thinking was to get home, take a bath to freshen myself up and play a nice Round of Multilayer Mercenaries of Resident Evil 6 with my best friend online.
On my way home I'm calling my wife to tell her I've already finished up my day, I'm making her some nice food, so as soon as she gets out she can eat and we both can be relax.
Oh the joy of getting to my Home Sweet Home. My dog is wobbling her tail, happy to see me. But something wrong, my PS3 & TV is nowhere to be found, only the mark of it where it was standing before. A bitter taste went down my throat, then I look over to where 30 games where standing in like new condition. Gone, too. That along with my wife's Pink Sony Vaio Laptop. Someone broke into my house! How can this happen? I get ahold of the police on the phone, file a report, dustprints are taken, and I'm left on my 2nd month of marriage without my TV, PS3, Wife's Laptop and nothing to play.
So I hop online to Sony Support which they treated me kindly (Thanks James from Sony Tech Support) to deactivate my PS3, so that thief doesn't get any more than he got. I'm a little relaxed, with the sadness of Ethan Mars when Jason was lost and the rage of Kratos and all of Olympus inside of me. As much as I wish to have my PS3 there sitting right now so I could play it, I can't neither buy one right now (Which I will when I have the money of course) since I have to make sure my wife is safe and so our things which we bought with hard earned money and time.
I still have my Vita and PSP on me, but it ain't the same without the whole Sony Family in my house. It's like one of family left without saying goodbye.
Just wanted to share this with you guys. Stay strong and keep gaming until your fingers fall off!
05-02-2013 10:27 PM
That sucks man. I know the feeling. I remember someone broke into me and my buds apartment when I was back in highschool. Took my computer, xbox and all of that. Usually its people you know. But as far as it sounds, it looks like a bunch of teens broke into your house. You must have a little dog?
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