Cute Anthropomorphic Animals

I just picked this game up. After watching the beginning of the quicklook I was sold. I've only scratched the surface and played about 30 minutes of it but I already can only think "Holy shit this is fantastic". Most would be doing themselves a disservice to overlook this.

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A little bit more about me...

...anyway, who am I? Well I'll give you an idea like the last few months I've been doing a one man show, like a lot of comics are doing one man shows and I'm no exception. Uh, I've been doing a one man show at the Improv in Stokey, WV for the last four months, off off off off off Melrose. And the theme of the one man show is about my life growing up as I did in a happy, healthy, and loving family and it's called let's spend half a minute with Bill. And uh... well hell it's such a short show I could do it right now for ya. Ok here we go it's about my life growing up in a happy, healthy, loving family. "good evening everybody. Mama never beat me and daddy never fucked me, goodnight. T-shirts are on sale in the lobby." I don't know if the show will be able to relate to dysfunctional America but that's the way I was raised, sorry. No bone to pick. Supported me in everything I did, whoops. It's fun doing the show though in Stokey, WV. People come up real excited that was a great show, liked it a lot... little long but uh... my attention span wavered towards the end. One thing though, that part about your dad never fucking you, that's a joke right?' 'Course it is, is that a bus? I'm outta here.

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A Positive Drug Story...

"Today a young man on acid realized that all matter is merely energy condensed into a slow vibration, that we are all one consciousness experiencing itself subjectively, there is no such thing as death, life is only a dream and we are the imagination of ourselves...  here's Tom with the weather."
 
Man... is it possible to miss a person you never actually knew?  hmm... I guess in a way.

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"You wanna take a knee?"


Man, I fucking love comedy.   And beyond that, I love people talking about comedy and "the journey" as it were; where people ended up in their lives and what experiences defined them as people.  And if you like comedy or even think you like comedy and you don't listen to and watch every episode of Marc Maron's WTF podcast and Kevin Pollak's Chat Show I have to say you're an idiot and a fool not to mention someone who doesn't know comedy and entertainment.  They are both somewhat similar but they are all completely engaging and inciteful.  With KPCS even watching an episode of someone I've never heard of or only know the name of I'm blown away with the gravitational pull that I'm sucked in with once I start up the episode, and the idea of a long form conversation with extremely interesting people that is not just about where they came from or comedy in general but something that transcends any topic that really does affect all of our lives whether we are willing to recognize it or not.  When you can be talking about the your reaons for your decisions, net neutrality, the idea of intellectual property, and any number of other topics that are important things that we should all be talking about because they are going to be defining what our lives are like in the next few years and onward... and to me intelectually elevating your conversations to another level it is something else entirely.  It is hard for me to put into words the enjoyment that is gleened from these 2 podcasts alone and why other people who like comedy and entertainment should care.  Not only is it interesting, but you gain an incite and new found respect for some people that you might not have otherwise.  It is also nice to be exposed to people you might not have otherwise heard of or been exposed to, people who's peers in comedy are saying "hey, these are guys we respect, and that you should be paying attention to".  Now that many of my comedy heroes (Bill Hicks, George Carlin, Richard Jeni, etc) have left this plane of existence, I have been looking for where to turn my gaze to meet the next set of individuals who will define what comedy is and evolve it and our ideas into the next area they need to be taken.  These podcasts facilitate that next step, or set of steps nicely.  If you are even remotely as passionate as me about any of these things you owe it to yourself to incorporate these things into your life somehow, even if progressively.
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Two eyes two suns too heavenly blind


My non-FB FB update.  Your munchkin quote for today:  "I feel like my brain is floating around on an electron cloud."

 

I never got to see SoundGarden when they were together and I was just getting into them before they would go on to be my favorite band of all time... then they broke up.  Well I guess I'll never get that chance I thought...  turns out I was probably wrong.  In fact, I'm going to get to see them with QotSA, Mastadon and the Meat Puppets... imagine that.  I love the possibility that I'll get to see Guitar Guru's Josh Homme and Kim Thayil playing together, how awesome would that be!?

 

I've been thinking about how interesting it is that some of the things (mostly music) that I love to death now I initially didn't like.  I don't know if that says something about the pervasiveness of the compositions that initially I didn't like them and they seemed odd and strange and how could someone like this stuff and call it "music" to then evolve into something so somplex that the layers and masterful levels at play have become something slowly realized to be what they are, which is usually amazing.

 

"Blind soundman from Netherlands, he knew not what band he mixed.  They sounded a bit like the zephyr and a bit like the jicks"

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Punk Is Dead


I was reminded this morning how much I fucking hate punk music.  Man it's terrible.  Don't get me wrong, I mean I can appreciate what punk did for music and I can even appreciate some of the idea of punk but as a general rule the music was atrocious.
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