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Monday, February 5, 2018

Status Quo Sunday Will Be Back Next Week

Going away this week for work, so I'm front loading all the goodies here.Plus, the Superbowl happened:


NEW SONG AVAILABLE ON PATREON! "WHEN ALL IS SAID AN DONE"
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"We found our legacy,
Acheived immortality
But when all is said and done,
You'll have to forget about me"


Took a while, but it's finally done!

"HIGH NOON" ON YOUTUBE


Yeehaw mofos! Something for you free freaks!

Also, I've been running polls the past couple weeks on my Patreon for my 10th Year Anniversary album. Partrons get to them a week early, but a couple of them opened up for everyone else!

EARLY STUFF

DINO HUNTER MD

FRIDAY NIGHT MYSTERIES: READ ONLY MEMORIES FINALE

What a long, strange trip it was.

Not a difficult game or... much of a game, but it's still a very endearing world. All of the little details and politics lend itself to a very plausible setting that, while socially and technologically progressive (genesplicing is common place to where they are their own class with their own issues, a lot of the characters in the game are LGBTQ+, AI and robotics have advanced locally instead of regressed), are still beholden to capitalism (gentrification, the late game involves corporations getting away with murder, and said corporation using an AI created that would feed on every user's personal data through their devices and tailor search results for them), made even worse as time goes on.

There are at least a DOZEN little things I can point to that have no bearing on the overall plot but I love to pieces: Hikkikomori invented sick ass VR worlds, turning into a furry cures disease, we went to Vietnam. Again.

Plus the spoiled milk. The spoiled milk is the key to everything.


I also think I adopted two dorks by the end of it (even though one of them is voiced by the inferior nerd music person NateWantsToBattle):
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JAM OF THE WEEK: "Givin' Them What They Love


This was going to be Paradise City by Guns N' Roses since I'm getting into Burnout Paradise, but 1. It's Black Currenty Month and 2. Prince was "featured" as part of Justin Tmberlake's Half Time performance.

Plus, we should all know by now the glory of Ms. Monae.

This is sex making music. Starts out a slow jam with a lot of punch, then out of nowhere Prince fucking rips out a solo. Perfect opening number for Monae's 2013 The Electric Lady. It also leads nicely into Q.U.E.E.N., like "Yeah, she was looking at me for some undercover love" at the end here, which leads into Q.U.E.E.N. where she opens with "I can't believe all of the things they say about me" in the privacy of the bedroom, where she is then treated like a Queen.


Shit, I need to write that "Status Quo Radio" move treatment...


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