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people have been stealing the 420 mile sign in Colorado. So they changed it to 419.99.
To me, THAT is a cooler sign, anyway.
I’d steal it.Here’s a similar story from Duke, Munger. On Flowers Drive near Baker House (near the hospital), there were a bunch of parking signs on each space that said "Reserved for 72," "Reserved for 71," and so on with various parking permit numbers. 20 or 30 years ago, the "Reserved for 69" sign kept getting stolen by Duke students each time they replaced it. (Presumably to hang up in some dorm room.) So eventually it was replaced so that the signs went "Reserved for 68," "Reserved for CH-30," "Reserved for 70," and so on. Not as cool as "68.99999," though.
Genesis Breyer P-Orridge is the founding fa/mo/ther of Industrial music, a performance artist, and a very, very, very devoted husband.
Produced by Nick van der Kolk and Brendan Baker, with sound design by Brendan Baker.
Ryan sits down with Vincent Baker to ask him what ends up being some big questions: Where did Murderous Ghosts come from? What does “Powered by the Apocalypse” mean? What are his thoughts on his own design evolution?
We go all over the place in this lengthy interview — talking about the old days at the Forge, the nature of various playtesting, a love of RoboRally, what being “innovative” actually means, on freelancing and what that sacrifices, selling games to non-gamers, silly unpublished games, and so much more. This is one of my favorite interviews to date, and a fitting way to both close out 2013 and be (functionally) my 7th anniversary episode.
Thank you to Plate Mail Games for the use of the audio loop — an experiment I’m trying in this episode. Check out their Kickstarter! Good stuff.
Vincent’s (published) games mentioned:
Dogs in the Vineyard
Otherkind Dice (and here)
The Sundered Land
Other games mentioned:
Psi*Run by Meguey Baker
Bliss Stage by Ben Lehman
Annalise by Nathan D. Paoletta
RoboRally by Richard Garfield
Dungeon World by Adam Koebel and Saga LaTorra
Sorcerer by Ron Edwards
Steal Away Jordan by JuliaB. Ellingboe
Dread by Epidiah Ravachol
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Third Coast Award: Ellen was struggling for money, working as a Subway “sandwich artist” (yes, that’s a real thing.)
So she decided to find a new job and settled on one that allowed her to make over $30,000 for just a couple of hours of work each week. But the job also led to emotional and moral consequences she didn’t fully anticipate.
Jack and Ellen won a Best Documentary: Honorable Mention award in the 2013 Third Coast / Richard H. Driehaus Foundation Competition. It was produced by Mooj Zadie, Brendan Baker and Nick van der Kolk for Love + Radio.
Listen to all nine winners of the 2013 TC/RHDF Competition, and check out the EXTRA section below for a few related links, and to hear Mooj accepting his award.
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Danny and Armando Iannucci discuss satirical writing, Veep and Alan Partridge. The legendary sausage sandwich game stars Jimmy Armfield and Lynsey Hipgrave has listener stories.
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