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Posted on Monday, January 28 @ 23:55:22 Eastern by Duke_Ferris
Today, the next block over from Game Revolution, a truck (I'm assuming) took out a utility pole. The weight of the falling pole, took down another pole, crushing a parked car, the further weight of that pole.. etc... etc.

Needless to say, that sort of destruction leaves one without power, phones or internet. So I'm posting from home today, where I am working on boring, non-game related business stuff. Yawn.

But who cares? Because the internet is a place that can transform the lame into the sublime. It began as a piece of Half Life fan fiction by (what we can only hope) a very young fan. It is terrible.

But when someone else picks it up and animates it right down to the misspellings, there is great comedy afoot. Hopefully we get power back tomorrow.

 

 



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