I've been watching teams' Ghost Patrol application videos. They've been fun, with a lot of variety. What does this tell us?
- Fun: This demonstrates that Gamers are silly
- Variety: This demonstrates that the movie "Ghostbusters" lacks a Scrabble scene.
Ah, I love this subculture. But there are others. I read Noodling for Flatheads a while back. This is a book of essays about certain underground hobbies of the American South. It's a fun, quick read. Who might we be if we were in the South? You might fish for catfish by letting them try to eat your hand; you might be cockfighting participants and organizers; Moonshine producers and prosecutors; weighing the risks of Squirrel-eating vs kuru; thinking about Frog farming: fact or fiction; Raccoon hunting dogs; Chitlins in our nation, our culture, and our arteries; Marbles because why not marbles?
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