After a brief one week hiatus we are back! I know the absence of this post ruined your weekend but this one is guaranteed to make up for it. The reason for this vacancy is I took the previous Friday off for Juneteenth. Just because it’s not a federally recognized holiday doesn’t mean I cannot take the day off and shirk all responsibilities. Before you label me an SJW soyboy or whatever this was not for some altruistic reason, I’m just always looking for a reason not to do things. It’s in my nature. My favorite thing in the world to do is not. It’s just the best. Anyways, enough about my massive character flaws. Roll that stock intro that helps get me to 300 words!
You made it! It’s finally the end of another work week. Sure, the weekend has lost a bit of its luster lately, but no work is still no work, even if it is just sitting at home doing nothing. I mean, unless you have kids or a family or responsibilities and if so, that’s a “you” problem.
This week we have something that is very special to me. It’s something I thought I dreamt up for the longest time because I could not believe it actually existed. It’s weird, it’s bad and it’s awesome all at once. I am just so happy that it exists. If the title and video didn’t give it away, I am of course talking about the 1993 video game Sewer Shark for the Sega CD. I could spend 10,000 words attempting to explain this game and system and not even scratch the surface but the video does a better job than I could ever do. I know it’s long and you don’t need to watch every second to get it but I do recommend staying as long as you can. The end of the game is just…something else.
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To me, Rachel Nichols is the personification of posting a black square on Instagram.