Apparently, Gabriel has spent so much time with racing and VR separately now that he can endure, even when those prized realms are commingled - which is a good thing, because he's committed to an hour long charity shift situated deep within Virtuality. As someone who developed the hobby and then some fairly significant skills behind the wheel during Quarantine, he's got some fucking sauce now. Back when he was first learning, I used to register as his spotter and set up custom cameras so I could help him plan his lines, but we spent a lot of time in the fucking dirt back then. The track he was practicing today - Sebring - hosts an event called 12 Hours Of Sebring in the real world, a team race that is also simulated in game - that's where Gabe will be taking his shift. We used to spend a lot of fucking time in the dirt. Turns 17 and 7 especially, just severe lawn damage. He used to say that he was just looking at real estate in the area, but I knew.
Now look at this mothertrucker! Holy shit.
Getting close on our Kickstarter to produce a ten episode Second Season of Acquisitions Incorporated, with fabulous guests in tow. There is a lot of fancy stuff beyond the basic level, but I'll worry about that when the basic offering is secure. Ya know? My novella is very good though. And I promise to stay as far away from any of the Foam Brain dice you might secure with your backing. That's the No Jerry Promise.
I'm also excited to team up with our production allies at COLOR for the project. We want our show to be neat and weird, and that is essentially their vibe. They seem like huge dorks and hopefully - hopefully - they'll help us prove that even ordinary looking people can play Dungeons & Dragons.