Today’s Fortune: You'll meet a boring stranger.
"The Cure for White Replacement" made my day, or maybe week. A masterpiece. The check's in the mail.
My nostalgia is for the days when I actually understand or even recognize any of the cultural references you and others of your age make. (smile.) I think that was why I was so excited by the Screwtape reference! But for some reason I enjoy reading all those names of people, games, books, songs, etc I have never heard of...sort of like listening to a foreign language and enjoying there is a whole world out that I don't have to understand.
My greatest sin is never playing New Vegas. My children's greatest sin is preventing me from playing New Vegas. My only defense is I played the hell out of Fallout 3 and 4.
I'm light on nostalgia, too, and that's a strength. It's the "again" in MAGA, which started with the Gipper, and metastasized with the Orange One, that's made satire nigh impossible.
Seriously though, at this point, why can’t guns vote?
Also “a cure for white replacement” sounds like it should’ve been a recurring segment on Tucker Carlson Tonight. Someone pitch it to him now, his numbers on X are not so hot and true patriots need to hear this urgent message!
Love your newsreel. Esp Mars axis. It’s so fast it might tip. Hubby would regurgitate at the black and white game pic having been a game developer. Personally, I like the look.
My dad is a massive Civil War nerd. I gave him a copy of Everything Abridged and haven't gotten feedback yet. But his birthday's next week, so not sure yet if I double down or get him a gift card. Maybe I'll take the coward's way out and get him both.
I'm a nostalgia sucker and I don't know why. Maybe it's the security of a known outcome. Anxiety works in mysterious ways.
I finally read the interview. We've read a lot of the same stuff, though it was my sister who got into Redwall while I was facedown in Dragonlance.
It blows my mind that it only occurred to you that a Civil War comedy might piss people off AFTER you were done writing it. I barely escaped the Twitter sensitivity training camp with my life and two years later I'm still trying to shut up that voice that goes "this is offensive, you're going to upset someone, you're so canceled." It's vital I unlearn this or The Siege Of Faggot Hill will never get finished.