He has a lot of life stuff to manage today, so I thought he might not get around to telling us about it; the food court at that zoo was and is Kafkaesque. We live right by there, I could have told him to bring lunchables or just to have one of his boys catch and eat a seagull. You don’t “purchase food” at this place so much as you “perform a ritual designed to tantalize, subsequently attract, but ultimately fail to bind the gods of chaos.” There is something about it that impresses upon one that all of human endeavor is essentially a half-dug grave.
It may be that you watched the XBOX briefing also, with all its neck-showing and prostrations, its distinct lack of television shit and its focus on videogames for the entertainment appliance they currently manufacture. I think the “education” they have received in the era of Social Media has penetrated the scalp.
Out of all the fake roads I know of, Nurburgring is probably my favorite fake road. But the main takeaways for me were that Sunset Overdrive I something I have to have, Assassin’s Creed: Unity co-op is a historical Heist movie in the very best way, that Halo always needed Dedicated Servers, and now it has them. There’s other stuff - specifically Dragon Age: Inquisition and Witcher 3 - that probably need their own space, and I’d rather learn about the Indie stuff by actually talking to them or getting a build first. But, as overwhelming media onslaughts go, I found that it landed near the target.
Brian is running a ridiculous sale for the rest of the month that involves basically every shirt we print being slashed to ten dollars. That’s fucking crazy, which is what I told Brian. In July, he has to raise the prices on all the shirts because the blanks we use cost more. I dont know if it’s cotton weevils or what. But I think he felt bad, which is why he flipped out and did a thing. He is a good dude. But, in this very specific case, I absolutely recommend that you take complete advantage of him.