John Vanderslice - “White Dove”
This is a really good Vanderslice track. I am an aging nerd.
Mike Still shared this on Facebook with the message “Reading this immediately makes playing videos games a lot more difficult.”
That made me think. What would a game be like if after every level you had to watch a memorial montage featuring the backstory and lives of each and every being you had just killed? Shots of their families and day-to-day lives. The more you kill, the longer the unskippable montage is.
I would PLAY THAT GAME.
Also, Dishonored, which is a stealth game, obviously, has this fun little mechanic where the more people you kill on missions, the harder the subsequent missions get. Basically there are more things that can kill you, etc.
This girl doesn’t know it but she is a drunk me (Caitlin is the crying baby)
It’s read-thru time!
Visions of this very thing filled my head after I read “Live From New York” in 2005 and changed my entire life game plan, to work towards making comedy. The writer’s pitch meetings and read throughs in that book, they were like these epic things in my head.
It’s pretty surreal to see pics of them now, and to see so many faces I know in these photos.
Wait they get paninis?