For a good time:
tracert -h 100 bad.horse
e̜͉̭̣͍̖v̮̙̮͔e͏̯̬͍r҉͕̯͕̝͉̝y̷̠̙͕t̲͉̻̫h҉ì̺̱n̢g̟'̟̮s ͚̀b̸̦̺ͅl͏̜̰ue̝ ̤̻͍̬͚̮i͏͇̟̙̞͍n̸̩̥̹ ̰͖͉̱͚͈̺t̫̤̻̺͓̀ḫ̩͘is̳͔͔̲ ͏͚͖͇̪̜w̶̻̘̩͙̳̠̼o̞r͜l̲͔̘d̞͠
̞̮t̨͖h͓͢e̛̞ ̸̮͖̥d͏͓̞̯̥̟e̸͎̤̠̠͚e̫̺͖͙̖p̲̬͙̭ͅe͢s̜̥͇t͇ ̡͔̱̰̜̠s̶͍h̖͓̱̤̼a͏͖̠d͚̥̬͇̬̮e͇͚̹̺͎͈ ̖o̢̫͙͖͚f̤͙̖̼͖̫͍͟ ͙͔̻̪́d̳a̘̫̯̲̰̕ ̟̙̲̫̪̳͡b̠̟͝o̷̹̻o̘͙ ̼̹ḓȩe̶
That Sony tape player had been a big part of my life as far back as I could remember, but when I was 5 or so there was a huge moment where I found out there was a whole drawer full of music I'd never heard before, not just the "for kids" tapes my parents had always put on for me.
My dad bought the Dune soundtrack on cassette tape when it came out. A few years later I was older enough to figure out how to work the tape machine and discovering this one was a ｐｒｏｆｏｕｎｄ experience. (Later I saw the movie; it's cool too.)
Some very well defined ice tea brewing.
A funky old tree.
Possibly inspired by the music option in Run the Bunny?
A video game developer, musician and/or food builder from Ontario, Canada. Powered by burritos. Making an NES game about lizards?
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