I just casually tossed this idea to Tim Green on Facebook for the lulz. He's a real sweet personable guy, fun to talk to.
But for real, what if The Shizz got the money together to fly the Champs in together to play a show somewhere, and Double Ferrari and The Mountain Chiefs opened for them? It could be "Total Music Fest 2019". It would be the raddest show ever. Hell, I guess those dang "The Minibosses" could play too.
If the Tims are receptive to the idea and they could gather Phil Manley or Josh Smith... by gourd, some of us could actually set this in motion and fund this shit.
EDIT: Oh shit. Marshall Art, too. jmr is like the ultimate Champs archivist!
Played a lot of Dark Souls Remaster lately, but last time I played I lost 99 soft humanity and it got me frustrated. Last time I streamed I decided to play Seiken Densetsu 3 for the first time instead, and I had a hell of a time! Nuttz the Squirrel appeared in chat and he was a great help in showing me the ropes of the game, as I didn't read a manual or anything like that.
I'm on a weekend getaway for my brother's bachelor party in Vermont right now, and earlier tonight I played Mario Kart 64 and Wrestlemania 2000. Wrestlemania 2000 stands up to the test of time surprisingly well. We've also got a Raspberry Pi emulation station goin', gonna check that out soon.
We have several spiders that live in our front and back yards right by the doors, but I leave them be because they're not in the house, it's only two grown men in here so they're not dangerous to us, and they definitely keep other annoying/nasty critters out. Case in point, the other night I walked outside and a moth flew directly at my chest. My reaction was to give it a swat which happened to send it spiraling down into the spider's web where it was promptly entangled. A moth isn't any problem and I kinda felt bad that I just smacked this thing to its inevitable doom, but that black widow was just chilling waiting for it to get too tired to flutter anymore and I felt equally bad contemplating breaking the web to give the moth a chance to fly off. Of course, that wouldn't work since I'd just break the web and it wouldn't be able to fly, and that's just a dick move to a spider doing exactly what it's supposed to. Figured it was just nature doing its thing and went back inside since it wasn't exactly comfortable watching this spider wait to kill its dinner while seeing that dinner struggle to free itself.
I came back out several hours later and the web was empty.
Wait, WHY didn't u kill it with (literal) fire?! It's a BLACK WIDOW bruh!