We have a lot to catch up on! First, thanks to all the backers for Kickstarter project #2. It's pretty clear I set the goal too high, as you all raised nearly half of the goal,
A house says a lot about a person, and that's often the case when the person in question is a president. Gerald Ford's house in Alexandria reveals him to be a suburban dad. A regular guy. Just like you figured, right?
I appreciate the great struggle to rid the country of slavery as much as anyone, but that story is somewhat well-worn ground. Wouldn't it have been even more interesting to see Steven Spielberg and Daniel Day-Lewis take on the tale of Lincoln and the elephants?
The key lines from the past week.
Never has a bond been more unbreakable than the one between video games and presidents. President Ronnie in Bad Dudes (as shown above). President Solidus Snake in Metal Gear Solid 2. Resident Evil games had
True, the election in question is a full sixteen years behind us, and Dole's running mate has sadly left this earth, but if you want to consider whether or not to support the man, well, you can do that.
The buzz around Lincoln is huge; no doubt Daniel Day-Lewis is making room for an Academy Award on his Ikea LERBERG shelf unit. But it's not the first time someone's portrayed a president in the movies
Fourteen US Senators, ten Nobel laureates and three popes were actually mascots. (Who could forget the short but influential papacy of Mr. Met II?)
I'm going to name my next band Budokan, so that when we finally play that famous stadium in Japan, we'll have the most meta album title in history: "Budokan at Budokan."
I got to talk about this project today with my pals at New Hampshire Media Makers in Newmarket, including the talented video man about town Dan Freund of ShortStream.TV, who's rocking a pretty sweet mustache this