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Something Big

Greetings, readers! For the first time in the 6 months since our inception, we’re going to skip a post (although the fact that I just told you that sort of makes the statement untrue). This blog has become bigger than all of us, and Sam and I must battle it back into submission before it overtakes our lives, reducing our fleshy bodies to nothing more than difficult-to-maintain marionettes with a constant desire for food.

Also, I’m starting to find out that people actually read the things I post here and that that can have real-life repercussions. (What?! Why did no one tell me this?)

Anyway, Sam and I are working on something BIG. One of our upcoming posts is going to be crazy art-intensive, and I didn’t want Sam to get carpal tunnel (He doesn’t have a fancy wrist protector like I do), so he needed some extra time to finish it. Plus, we’re working on something EVEN BIGGER that’s extra secret, so stay tuned for awesomeness. This future thing is so big that it will change our blog forever…Bum Bum BUMMM.

In the meantime, you can satisfy both your Reasonably Ludicrous addiction and your overly-heavy-wallet problem by like, buying something (not sure if that’s a good idea)? I created some new items, some of which I actually wanted. I think it was a bad sign that even I wasn’t purchasing anything before. But now I’ve bought myself a phone case and a bumper sticker, and people seem to think they’re pretty cool. Oh! And since we’re not very good at thinking ahead, the two newest items won’t show up, so here’s direct links: tree t-shirt, owl-cat t-shirt.

Also, if you need to fill the entertainment gap we may or may not have left, you should go see The Cabin in the Woods. It was awesome. I wrote this review of it over on my other blog.

Or you could read this old story I wrote when I had little conception of how to make things good: Dan and the Can: Flush of Fate. Don’t judge me.

Or, if you have an iPhone or iPod touch, you could download Geomon, the video game Sam helps create. It’s like Pokemon, only the creatures you see around you are based on your actual location and the weather and the time of day!

Ok, hopefully that will tide you over. I’m realizing now that instead of giving you an entertaining post, I just advertised a bunch of stuff. Oops!

To make up for it, here’s a picture of a velociraptor trying his hardest to play a friendly game of soccer:

TLDR: Watch out for BIG things in the future.


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