@aelius Oh, lucky you! That's a cool piece of hardware to transmit from father to son. 'Fast Food'? Thanks for the suggestion; I'll probably try to find video about it on Youtube before I can put my hand on a cartridge :) I have only 'volleyball' and 'football' for now 😂
I found it at a garage sale for almost nothing and made it works. #GeekyThingsAboutMe
@aelius definitely, it's also the perfect chance to release a new house of the dead or something, VR is the final form of the lightgun game
Fitbit died, don't want to buy a smartwatch because I'm just going to crush it (literally). Almost forgot I had this #misfit shine. 5 years old, still works perfectly, made of metal and will survive my less soft bits. Easier for me to wear than a watch.
Great product @misfit
Which is not to say "over-analyzing what is not there" is necessarily bad- your interpretation of art is significantly informed by your experiences- no one consumes media in a vacuum and the same piece of media will mean different things to different people.
But when you're trying to present a critical analysis of a work, "this piece of work is saying xyz"; that's a different ballgame.
I had just had a thought - A lot of fan theories are effectively exercises in conspiracy thinking.
Strong convincing presentation, little substance. The case is made compelling by exploiting the way we humans think. Example: Priming your audience with a specific interpretation, then referencing an ambiguous scene outside of its full context.
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