Hobby

Hobby – is some kind of non-profit action, which makes you happy and busy. Everybody has his own hobby. For instance: sports, cooking, playing/collecting games/stamps/coins and etc, drawing and other various hobbies.
I have a lot of hobbies:
• Doing sports – I like going to Gym
• Cooking – I like making something new, especially for dinner
• Playing games – I need to be informed of new features in the Game World
• “Surfing” the Web – I need to informed also of the news on the WEB
• Reading books/magazines – I like to be dived into the science fiction or drama, comedy or thriller.
Having hobby makes you forget about work/business, it makes you “go further” and “be better”.
A lot of people have, maybe, little strange hobbies. However, there are hobbies, which help people to decorate their homes and lives.
For example: “Get into the Halloween spirit with some fun and festive decorations. Combine your collectibles with craft supplies to make this funky Halloween wreath” (it is an advertisement from Russian newspaper).
World War II has always been a popular setting in video games; it has made its way to nearly every video game genre, with real time strategy being one of the most popular. Here's a listing some of great World War II real time strategy games for the PC:
1. Company of Heroes
2. Codename: Panzers, Phase One
3. Blitzkrieg 2
4. War Front: Turning Point
5. Commandos 3: Destination Berlin
Surfing the Net I found “Pencil Drawing’s Tips”:
“Chisel-point or blunt pencils are useful for some techniques, but for most pencil drawing, keep your pencil sharp. Don't worry about 'wasting' graphite in the sharpener - better than wasting your drawing efforts! Brighten the point by rubbing the side of the pencil on scrap paper between sharpening. If you need a darker line, use a softer pencil, and be aware that a softer pencil goes blunt quickly.”

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