Ok, so I’m a late bloomer … I’m just now jumping on this video bandwagon. You know, Google Video, YTMND, YouTube, etc.
Anyways, I added the Google Video content block to my personalized Google page so I could maybe run across something interesting in one of my many hourly visits.
Lo and behold, a flashback from my past:
My coworkers and I used to watch this thing every other day when I was at MACESS. I’d stand up in my cube and yell “Where’s the Cheetos!” — much to the amusement of the guys in my department of course.
Hehe :) They were good blokes. I’m sorry I lost touch with them.
A bit of background on this video for those so inclined: Remember back in the day when your mother told you not to play Dungeons and Dragons? She told you it would make you … all ~satanic~ … so you played anyway. That’s when you discovered D&D turns you into something much worse: a gigantic nerd.
*snickers* Hello Kettle, this is Pot … you’re black! LOL
Anyways, with this video you re-live the glory through the ears of writer Dan Harmon and the eyes of animator Tim Borrelli. Summoner Geeks was created using real-time characters from “Summoner”, and “Red Faction”, two games currently out on the PS2 and soon on the PC, both by Volition, Inc., and published by THQ, Inc. The voice actors and producers of the original audio recording are the Dead Alewives, a Wisconsin-based comedy troupe.
There, don’t you feel smarter?