Vidsanity: a healthy meal

Jim shows the meal of choice for hungry gamers: Nachos with three types of dip.

Food

This meal includes all four food groups: Red, White, Green, and Yellow.

With just over five hours to go, I’ve hit the point where I need to warm up this morning’s coffee to stay alert. I think I’ll make it, but it won’t be pretty.

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6 Responses to Vidsanity: a healthy meal

  1. Pat says:

    Oh the insanity! When will the pizza (spinach and mushroom) be delivered?
    And are you mentally tough enough to do two straight hours of Pokemon?

  2. Greta says:

    Vidsanity, indeed! I think it would take more than spinach and mushroom pizza (note the green and white food groups, though I guess red is covered, too) to prepare the mind for two minutes of Pokemon, not to mention two hours. I hope you make it, and I hope you are all recovered when Nora and I return…

  3. Pat says:

    Hey Greta,
    How are the folks?

  4. Greta says:

    Pat–
    Folks are good, though confused by their son-in-law and grandson (more by the son-in-law, I think). Nora and I brought our instruments, and so there was a brief oboe/bassoon/organ concert last night. Other than that, Nora has been working on anaglyphs with Granddaddy, but I seem to have lost my skill at refocusing (defocusing?) my eyes.

  5. Jim says:

    It’s not actually pokemon, its super smash bros. melee (SSBM). Their is a huge diference between them, mainly that SSBM is a fighing game and pokemon is an RPG.

  6. Dave says:

    Hi, Pat!

    Who knew? There’s nothing like nonstop video games for bringing old college friends together. We never did order pizza: we survived the whole event on chips, guacamole, diet pop, and sugary sweets. I woke up at noon today; I think I’ll be getting to bed a little early tonight, but hopefully by tomorrow I’ll be fine.

    Pat, you would be proud to know that I defeated Jim’s Panthers using none other than the Cleveland Browns. The Browns are so low on the Madden 2005 radar that the players don’t have names. There was one play in which the Browns’ backup quarterback “Number 1″ was sacked by “Panthers All-Star Julius Peppers.”

    P.S. I was surprised not to get a comment in protest from you about the demise of Satire Fridays. I will try to keep it up with the satire on Word Munger, though.

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