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6-30-2009 @ 3:30PM
Hey, it's BadTouchies here (one of the Ominous/Craft Dinner folks). Thanks for the great comments. One of the things that didn't really come out in the interview, which I think is well worth mentioning, is how Craft Dinner has allowed us to quite handily overcome one of the stereotypical consequences of gaming - isolation. No pasty skin and mother's basements here, friends. Not only are we rocking through great content online, but we're building community and deepening relationships. A few of the guys we play with have become close friends on account of regular, weekly time together. Sometimes other friends will actually come to watch (which I think is a little silly, but hey, cool for them).Another funny little tidbit is that of the six original Craft Dinnerites, four of us are either working on or have finished our Masters degrees. The reason our Lock hasn't hit 80 is thanks to complications in the lab. Poor fella. He'll get there.
6-30-2009 @ 3:52PM
Loved the post, it made me think of episodes from "the big bang theory," of which my better half is always makign fun of me about.
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