Lazer Tag Optimizm

Bloggified by Jake on Monday, July 10, 2006

I'm all for keeping a positive thought. Aim high, kiddies! When you go into a task, expect the best.

However, sometimes you need to be a little realistic.

Case in point: if you're the inventor of Lazer Tag, it's okay to dream that kids everywhere will play your game and that it will become wildly popular, be the hottest toy of Xmas '86, and be adapted into an animated Saturday morning series.

Hoping the game will last, unaltered, for more than a thousand years and that its top players will replace golden calves as the false idol to worship in place of a Christian god may be hoping for a little too much."Will they be idolizing your statue in the year 3010?" Hell, count yourself lucky if you weren't getting swirlies in early 1987 for wearing that stupid ass outfit. Even as a Halloween costume.

"You're Lazer Tag? What, are you supposed to be dressed up as the product or is it more abstract than that, like you're supposed to be the concept of Lazer Tag?"

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