I've been pretty clear on how I feel about cards. So, imagine how I feel about this:
Now, here is something I don't mind him using the company card on. He is welcome to secure this unlikely artifact, one imported from a parallel universe where spies conduct their most delicate international operations via the dialectic of the Pokemon TCG. He can purchase an upmarket, marble-based coin flipper. I exhort him to obtain unique, artisinal markers for damage and unpleasant, unwelcome conditions. Frankly, I demand that we play this on an ornate bridge somewhere, and I insist that the stakes be cosmic in nature.
Do we rank this kind of experience? I mean… he doesn't. He's moist where he should be dry, and - if I can speak plainly for a moment - he's dry where she should be moist! He's not the candidate. Maybe between the two of us we can amount a single lad fancy enough to warrant this Dionysian excursion into paper goods.
We had a good time talking to Sportskeeda and Polygon about Acquisitions Incorporated's fifteenth year, and our Kickstarter-bound fantasy for a second season of the YouTube show and some stretch goodies, like my novella about how Jim and Omin met. The last few years have been so, so gruesome on so many levels, and we want to pay a bunch of artists to make something really cool together. Hopefully this is a desire held by many. Fingers crossed!