My brother and I had a great time last night. Rush 2049 for the N64 remains, hands down, the best car-battle game made… even though it’s principally a racing game, with car battle thrown in after the fact.
Why is this so? If I knew the answer to that, I’d make video games for a living instead of collaboration software.
Trying to drive in reverse as a guided missile bears down on you from the front, and doing so while giggling and screeching with the guy who fired it… now THAT’s entertainment. And don’t even get me started on the fun implicit in turning your car invisible, picking up the battering ram, and going close-range hunting on a guy who is packing nukes.
And now it’s time for lunch, Church, and then an evening spent in quiet celebration of Kiki’s 9th. I’m not telling you what I got her, because I know you guys can’t keep secrets for crap. 😉
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Not for crap, no, but if you pay me a lot of money… *looks innocent*
I find it interesting that you nicknamed your children after a monkey and a hyperactive ferret.
Think “Hayao Miyazaki” not “Pete Abrams”
Well, any house containing four children, all 9 or younger, is a zoo. The names merely formalize the arrangement.
What’s this about “quiet play-noises of the kids” HUH? That’s an oxymoron if I ever saw one. There’s no such thing as the combination “quiet” AND “play” AND “kids”.
Actually… it is VERY common. Notice that the play was never specified as anything other than quiet. Which is when you get up and run to see what they’re doing for fear that they’ve made a horrendous mess. Or quiet play noises occur when you’ve told them to clean up and they’ve decided to play instead and don’t wish to advertise that fact.
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