Running on Empty – #36

It's Father's Day and the Ramseys are out on vacation in Hawaii. To nobody's surprise, Geoff forgot to fill the tank before hitting the road. Now he must use his "Dad Instincts" to travel 40 miles on an empty tank of gas.


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    I'm a bit of a collector.

    I've got props and posters from all my favorite stories, I refuse to buy console games digitally so I can look at my library with pride, and I'm pretty sure I own the special edition of every game Bungie's made since Halo.

    So imagine my surprise when I was told we'd be making a Chorus Trilogy Box Set... a steelbook box set.


    Spoiler alert, I looked something like this:


    To this day, I still can't believe I was lucky enough to work on Red vs. Blue, let alone be able to say I directed an entire trilogy. Having all three movies together in such a cool package is like a dream come true.

    Normally we're not able to get away with super abstract cover art, but because this piece was so special, we were given the green light to have a lot of fun with it. I really dig simple, minimalist artwork, and wanted to incorporate that style into the cover art. I pitched the idea of the three towers to the designer and he shot back with a few ideas of his own. The collaborative result is something that I think looks pretty damn cool (especially the subtle green and orange markings on the back... wink wink).

    Of course, there's always a bittersweet realization when a collector's edition comes out, "But I already bought these movies when they were first released." Believe me, I know that pain. In case you're worried about missing out on additional content, I can go ahead and let you know that the content on these new discs is identical to the Blu-rays already released (note: there is more BTS content on the Blu-Rays than DVDs). No additional extras, just a limited edition steel case and unique disc art.


    Still, to everyone who bought seasons 11, 12, and 13 when they were first released... thank you so, so much. We can't do the things we do without your support, and yes, that especially includes financial support. I'd been told several times that a box set wasn't going to happen, but after seeing the success of all three seasons, someone up top made the call to go for it, and it's thanks to you!

    The box set is currently available for preorder on Amazon and will be released JUNE 28th, 2016.

    So, if you're a fan that hasn't grabbed these movies yet (or if you only have them on DVD), by all means, pick up a copy! If you already own the movies but want this badass new bundle... well, you can always gift your old ones to someone else, right? You're such a good friend.

    Thank you again for everything. I hope you guys dig this special release and I'll be seeing you soon for RvB14!


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    How People Complained in the Pre-internet Age

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    By @thegeoffjohnston

    As previously discussed, the internet is an amazing resource for discovering new music and casually procuring frighteningly specific materials to be used for furiously rubbing ourselves out to complete release. But where the world wide webosphere really comes into its own is as a vast, global public address system through which anyone and everyone can broadcast their every grievance.

    Did some inconsiderate turd cut you off in traffic? By all means, immediately alert the masses on Facebook. Did you just sit through a terrible movie with a title that rhymes with, I dunno, Satman v Buperman: Jawn of Dustice? Sounds like you’ve earned the right to launch into a lengthy Twitter tirade. Received less-than-spectacular service at a local coffee shop? Yell about it on Yelp. Ate something super gross at Arby’s? Well, you have no room to complain in that specific instance. Arby’s is intentionally gross. And yet, still inexplicably delicious. I am not entirely sure why that is. Ask a scientist.

    Before the internet came along, we had no outlet for such frustrations and thus we never complained. That is false. We complained all the time. And, dare I say, it meant more. It took more effort. It demanded a certain amount of resourcefulness. It required a great deal of being willfully inconsiderate to the people around you. But, somehow we managed. Here’s how.

    1. Indiscriminately Bitch to Anyone Within Earshot


    In some ways, it was a lot easier to complain in the pre-internet era. You just opened your angry mouth and let the objections spill out like a hoard of extremely caffeinated bees. This method allowed you to take whatever was bothering you at the moment, instantly get it off your chest, transfer it directly to the person or persons sitting in your immediate vicinity, and allow them to shoulder your childish burden for as long as they decided to care. This type of complaining has not so much dissolved as it has evolved with technology. It’s a form of freestyle shit-talking now commonly referred to as a “podcast hosted by a medium-talent comedian,” which incidentally accounts for 98 percent of all podcasts.

    2. Compose a Strongly Worded Letter


    The decline of the art of letter writing and the rise in the popularity of the internet could be quite clearly displayed using one of those charts where one thing goes up in relation to another thing going down. You know what I’m talking about, right? Look, this isn’t about charts. If you can’t visualize it, I don’t know what to tell you. Just trust me. It’s a thing.

    There was a time when you could pen a strongly worded missive, mail it to the person you wanted to set on fire, and said person would then immediately throw your carefully crafted rage mail in the nearest trash can because that person was probably very busy doing things that were making hundreds, if not thousands of other people equally unhappy. Much like a furiously composed comment fired off into the internet ether, writing an angry letter only served to make you feel momentarily better and really did nothing to remedy the actual situation. The more things change, etcetera and so forth.

    3. Stand on a Street Corner and Shriek into the Air Like a Bobcat Who Just Had His Penis Forcibly Removed


    It’s a tale as old as time. Whether you want to preach some iteration of the good word (which is really just complaining about how you think people are living their lives wrong) or warn your fellow earthlings that the planet is about to be overrun by a mutated army of super intelligent spiders (which is really just complaining about NASA never responding to your many, many letters about the forthcoming mutant spider invasion), standing on top of a makeshift riser while yelling at the top of your lungs on a busy street corner in the middle of major metropolitan area is one of the most entertaining, if least effective, ways to register a complaint. The best part is that this technique lives on in our post-internet age, mostly because the practitioners of this craft are deranged luddites who adopt an understandable fear of technology and its staggering capabilities to track our every movement and influence our every decision.

    One thing’s for sure: No matter where tech takes us a society, we will always find new and innovative ways to let friends, family, and strangers alike know what is bothering us, preferably while it is occurring and with the energy and urgency of a thousand exploding suns.


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