The other night’s show was awesome. Thanks to everyone who came out, brought food, shared stories, and maybe even got a little freaked out by our exuberance. The stories moved around, featured dreamy trespassing, father’s who don’t want to pay for parking, ghosts in our nightmares, and more. Next month will be A Month Of… …
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Oct 03 2015
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Jul 25 2014
A long time ago, I asked Andy Patton to talk to me about his game Speak Easy. Now that he’s hit his Kickstarter goal, (We backed him, and so should you!) I’d like to share some of the thoughts he had about the game.
Speakeasy is a Prohibition era role playing game that involves players dividing into two teams—the Mob and the Feds—and wheeling and dealing over the course of three hours to make sure their team comes out on top. To describe it to people I usually ask them if they’ve played Mafia, then say it is like that (minus the problems of Mafia) on steroids.
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Jul 10 2014
“Burn or destroy something that has sentimental value to you.” The audience was a little dark. Two votes, dark. Awesome food. Great Stories. Pictures and podcast forthcoming. Tomorrow, you’re likely to get an email kicking off the discussion of the group task. I’ll probably help out with that, but I’m also going solo this month. …
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Sep 02 2013
So I gather the 10 or so young adults at the meeting (I am 62 so you can surmise on your own without much didactic reasoning what I mean by young) to discuss the “Voices that Play in our heads”
Ages varied among those in the group from 14 to 28. See “YOUNG”
I encourage you to be aware of the voice that has started to take space up in your head right now. “This is stupid” “This is interesting (hopefully, that is my voice as I compose)” “My ass itches,” “Ass itches” may prompt a voice in your head as you read this, “I think I am gonna stop as this is meaningless babble” “I wish I had a job and did not have time to read this crap” “This guy is an asshole for bringing up that I don’t have a job” and on and on…
So in order for the discussion not to just explode into existential pabulum I asked 3 questions after a brief presentation of what I was proposing to them as a “theory” and hence a point of discussion.
First the theory.
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Aug 12 2013
I’ve tried to tell this story much in the same way one tells a story to a friend. It’s something that has occurred, you think about it, turn it over in your head and then tell it. I don’t know if it works or it doesn’t. Don’t know if this is what is expected or …
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Jul 11 2013
The audience has chosen!
Our five hosts will be doing this:
1. Next Stop: Unexpected
Walk into an elevator filled with people and do something unexpected.
If you do the task, post it in the comments below and you’ll get into the August 14th show for free!
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