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So, perusing the HG logs, I see many of you post about music in your blogs! Specially Genj, who I added as a friend just to get his music updates.
Well, I am a Jazz lover myself, perhaps a rarity here... I'm not into not Kenny G, mind you, but more like "Miles in Montreux '73" Jazz. (an ultra-rare live performance where the master is booed off-stage, yet makes music I love)
At any rate, I'm listening right now to the song which I think is the most badass ever. It may not be the best ever, but it is unaparalleled in badass-ness, if you ask me.
This song is called "Champagne of Course", and is performed by Terje Rypdal, Bjørnar Andresen & Espen Rud in their 1970 album "Min Bul".
I was just at "Armor games" the other day. It's a site where some serious flash gaming goes on. I wouldn't be surprised if some of you guys hated it, be it because it's just too casual or because a company where you worked at got bankrupt when its employees learned of it.
Anyway, I just finished playing one of their games, "Stick War". The game itself is good and challenging, tough little more than a way to spend one or two hours.
However, it ends with a twist that... well, i'll talk little of it, except that I didn't see it coming, and even if I did I wouldn't find it less brilliant.
It only makes sense in the game's context, and to learn about it you'd have to play the game to the end. But still, it's the best twist i've seen in a game for a looooong, long time.