NerdLife Four: Relax and Enjoy the Madness
I need a break from politics and I guess this will count. This was supposed to be my one day to relax this week and I spent most of it on social media yelling about throwing reporters out of helicopters. Therapeutic perhaps but hardly productive.
I try to cover a good spread of topics in these… things so that there is something for everybody. Still end of the day it’s whatever shiny internet thing catches my eye, and I’m not exactly the most organized individual.
Writing out the two Breyland Notes pieces seemed to have helped but yeah… the flesh is willing but the mind is sperging.
So here we go.
Black Marketing: This a ten minute long 1944 US propaganda film that is oddly well acted and compelling. I’m a big fan of these archive channels.
Very well done little film breaks down that how a typical black market scheme is run. Might be of interest to both history buffs and the Pulp Revolution crowd. A lot of fun if you like old style gangster movies.
Indie author and cosmic madman Jon Mollison breaks down the possibilities of donut shaped planets.
I’ve gone ahead and subbed to the Youtube channel in question and it looks like there’ll be plenty of materiel for future posts.
Yes once Captain America was an American.
Injustice Gamer discusses the nature of complexity in boardgames. Not much I can add but his next article is going to be about Kickstarter and how it’s effected the market. That should be a fun read. Might as well start hyping now.
Volcano of Doom (Music)
With a title like that I had to click on it.
Hmm… geothermal powered underground lair… alien jungle planet… brave adventurers on a desperate mission…
And where the hell is this videogame?
Awesome Viking discovery. Once again we see the ageless theme of a man and his dog.
The Bechtloff Presents: The Legend of Indiana Mario. A fascinating tale of a videogame urban legend. Also shitting on MovieBob is never offtopic.
Those happy meal toys rocked!
People tend to forget that Burt Reynolds was a legit action star at one point.
Gitabushi on the hard/soft science fiction debate. About a month old but I didn’t see it at the time.
and another great thought provoking article about the different views on peasants.