Cool af. I like it when management sims blur the lines between virtual and reality. Like when Football Manager players actually become real-life managers
One other detail I really liked was how subtly they showed that each reset of the time loop it was getting smaller/weaker. First the pets vanished, then the fruit was rotten. As soon as I saw all the fruit in the store was spoiled, I knew entropy was flooding in and the loop was actually collapsing and the loop had a…
Why did people start disappearing at one point? And why did mirrors go away? And what was with Nadia seeing her younger self and immediately dying from random, previously unknown medical conditions? A lot of that stuff made me think there had to be some sort of intelligence underlying what was going on.
“We can’t stop here. This is bat country.”
And then a little later:
Growing up on an island in the North Atlantic that’s heavily tied to fishing and sailing, Black Flag immediately gave me a massive sense of pleasure and recognition because some of the songs we just sang in music class, they were classics to me.
That Black Flag song gave me chills too. The shanties in that were more memorable to me vs Odyssey, but probably because I spent that much more time at sea and they were in English, also some of them being recognizable shanties.
Stay strong, my dude. We don’t have much to cheer for since our governor is systemically killing all of our poor people.
As someone who grew up in Jonesboro, AR; thanks for fighting the good fight!
The silver lining to living in Trump country Arkansas is reading the comments on local news sites. I’ve done maybe a solid 30 minutes of work today.
You are a poet
Sobbing about how they were right and her delicate lady constitution wasn’t meant for such rough and tumble times!
Dude - pace yourself. That kind of output on an indictment Friday can burn you out.
7/10 180yds 1td 0int
Shit, I gotta watch Children of Men
Ryan Mallett was the store manager.
Ironically, Felix Jones was behind the register