Well, That's Just Great
The Beatles: Rock Band-Enhanced Play Options

Rewind Sunday: Before I gave up on writing longer things on tumblr, this got some reblogs and likes.

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Paul McCartney Experience-You are arguably the most gifted “Rock Band” player ever. Lots of people agree, especially you. Flip your controller to left handed mode and give everything you can to playing for years and years. Never lose your love for playing the game. Then inexplicably award half of your Xbox Gamer Score to your wife. But no need to worry, your score will still be higher than anyone else’s.

John Lennon Experience-You are arguably the most gifted “Rock Band” player ever. Lots of people agree, especially you. Enjoy playing the game for a few years, but slowly begin to lose interest. Then, on the advice of your girlfriend, stop playing “Rock Band” and start playing “Guitar Hero.” Play with her occasionally, but slowly come to the realization that she makes the game almost unbearable to anyone else but you. Eventually introduce her to “Viva Pinata” and tell everyone how good she as at it. While she is focused on “Viva Pinata,” play “Guitar Hero” in the other room and secretly wish you could go back to playing “Rock Band.”

George Harrison Experience-You are the most gifted “Rock Band” player ever but are far too modest to ever say it or even truly admit it to yourself. You make everyone who plays with you better. For reasons known only to you, you let your friends restrict you to picking only 10% of the songs you’ll all play together. Eventually inappropriately redirect your frustration by insisting on playing the game with a barely compatible sitar controller.

Pete Best Experience-Return the game after one week. Be haunted by regret for the rest of your life.

Ringo Star Experience-Just thank God every day that you were allowed to buy the game.

Ag

The Beatles: Rock Band-Enhanced Play Options

wellthatsjustgreat:

Paul McCartney Experience-You are arguably the most gifted “Rock Band” player ever. Lots of people agree, especially you. Flip your controller to left handed mode and give everything you can to playing for years and years. Never lose your love for playing the game. Then inexplicably award half of your Xbox Gamer Score to your wife. But no need to worry, your score will still be higher than anyone else’s.

John Lennon Experience-You are arguably the most gifted “Rock Band” player ever. Lots of people agree, especially you. Enjoy playing the game for a few years, but slowly begin to lose interest. Then, on the advice of your girlfriend, stop playing “Rock Band” and start playing “Guitar Hero.” Play with her occasionally, but slowly come to the realization that she makes the game almost unbearable to anyone else but you. Eventually introduce her to “Viva Pinata” and tell everyone how good she as at it. While she is focused on “Viva Pinata,” play “Guitar Hero” in the other room and secretly wish you could go back to playing “Rock Band.”

George Harrison Experience-You are the most gifted “Rock Band” player ever but are far too modest to ever say it or even truly admit it to yourself. You make everyone who plays with you better. For reasons known only to you, you let your friends restrict you to picking only 10% of the songs you’ll all play together. Eventually inappropriately redirect your frustration by insisting on playing the game with a barely compatible sitar controller.

Pete Best Experience-Return the game after one week. Be haunted by regret for the rest of your life.

Ringo Star Experience-Just thank God every day that you were allowed to buy the game.

Ag

Interviewer: Is Ringo the best drummer in the world?
John: Ringo isn't even the best drummer in The Beatles.
The Beatles: Rock Band-Enhanced Play Options

Rewind Sunday: The “&@#$ You! I Thought They Were Good!” Edition.

wellthatsjustgreat:

Paul McCartney Experience-You are arguably the most gifted “Rock Band” player ever. Lots of people agree, especially you. Flip your controller to left handed mode and give everything you can to playing for years and years. Never lose your love for playing the game. Then inexplicably award half of your Xbox Gamer Score to your wife. But no need to worry, your score will still be higher than anyone else’s.

John Lennon Experience-You are arguably the most gifted “Rock Band” player ever. Lots of people agree, especially you. Enjoy playing the game for a few years, but slowly begin to lose interest. Then, on the advice of your girlfriend, stop playing “Rock Band” and start playing “Guitar Hero.” Play with her occasionally, but slowly come to the realization that she makes the game almost unbearable to anyone else but you. Eventually introduce her to “Viva Pinata” and tell everyone how good she as at it. While she is focused on “Viva Pinata,” play “Guitar Hero” in the other room and secretly wish you could go back to playing “Rock Band.”

George Harrison Experience-You are the most gifted “Rock Band” player ever but are far too modest to ever say it or even truly admit it to yourself. You make everyone who plays with you better. For reasons known only to you, you let your friends restrict you to picking only 10% of the songs you’ll all play together. Eventually inappropriately redirect your frustration by insisting on playing the game with a barely compatible sitar controller.

Pete Best Experience-Return the game after one week. Be haunted by regret for the rest of your life.

Ringo Star Experience-Just thank God every day that you were allowed to buy the game.

Ag

GPOYCYTIAPEW
Gratuitous Picture Of Yourself “Can You Tell It’s A Piece?” Edition Wednesday.
Rumors of a Silverfish reunion have started up again. But perhaps he’s just thinking of working on another project with Yoko.
Ag

GPOYCYTIAPEW

Gratuitous Picture Of Yourself “Can You Tell It’s A Piece?” Edition Wednesday.

Rumors of a Silverfish reunion have started up again. But perhaps he’s just thinking of working on another project with Yoko.

Ag

The Beatles: Rock Band-Enhanced Play Options

Rewind Sunday: From all the way back in September 2009


Paul McCartney Experience-You are arguably the most gifted “Rock Band” player ever. Lots of people agree, especially you. Flip your controller to left handed mode and give everything you can to playing for years and years. Never lose your love for playing the game. Then inexplicably award half of your Xbox Gamer Score to your wife. But no need to worry, your score will still be higher than anyone else’s.

John Lennon Experience-You are arguably the most gifted “Rock Band” player ever. Lots of people agree, especially you. Enjoy playing the game for a few years, but slowly begin to lose interest. Then, on the advice of your girlfriend, stop playing “Rock Band” and start playing “Guitar Hero.” Play with her occasionally, but slowly come to the realization that she makes the game almost unbearable to anyone else but you. Eventually introduce her to “Viva Pinata” and tell everyone how good she as at it. While she is focused on “Viva Pinata,” play “Guitar Hero” in the other room and secretly wish you could go back to playing “Rock Band.”

George Harrison Experience-You are the most gifted “Rock Band” player ever but are far too modest to ever say it or even truly admit it to yourself. You make everyone who plays with you better. For reasons known only to you, you let your friends restrict you to picking only 10% of the songs you’ll all play together. Eventually inappropriately redirect your frustration by insisting on playing the game with a barely compatible sitar controller.

Pete Best Experience-Return the game after one week. Be haunted by regret for the rest of your life.

Ringo Starr Experience-Just thank God every day that you were allowed to buy the game.

Ag

There are two basic motivating forces: fear and love. When we are afraid, we pull back from life. When we are in love, we open to all that life has to offer with passion, excitement, and acceptance. We need to learn to love ourselves first, in all our glory and our imperfections. If we cannot love ourselves, we cannot fully open to our ability to love others or our potential to create. Evolution and all hopes for a better world rest in the fearlessness and open-hearted vision of people who embrace life.
John Lennon (via quote-book) (via obscureallure) (via beautifulmonsters)
The Beatles: Rock Band-Enhanced Play Options

Paul McCartney Experience-You are arguably the most gifted “Rock Band” player ever. Lots of people agree, especially you. Flip your controller to left handed mode and give everything you can to playing for years and years. Never lose your love for playing the game. Then inexplicably award half of your Xbox Gamer Score to your wife. But no need to worry, your score will still be higher than anyone else’s.

John Lennon Experience-You are arguably the most gifted “Rock Band” player ever. Lots of people agree, especially you. Enjoy playing the game for a few years, but slowly begin to lose interest. Then, on the advice of your girlfriend, stop playing “Rock Band” and start playing “Guitar Hero.” Play with her occasionally, but slowly come to the realization that she makes the game almost unbearable to anyone else but you. Eventually introduce her to “Viva Pinata” and tell everyone how good she as at it. While she is focused on “Viva Pinata,” play “Guitar Hero” in the other room and secretly wish you could go back to playing “Rock Band.”

George Harrison Experience-You are the most gifted “Rock Band” player ever but are far too modest to ever say it or even truly admit it to yourself. You make everyone who plays with you better. For reasons known only to you, you let your friends restrict you to picking only 10% of the songs you’ll all play together. Eventually inappropriately redirect your frustration by insisting on playing the game with a barely compatible sitar controller.

Pete Best Experience-Return the game after one week. Be haunted by regret for the rest of your life.

Ringo Star Experience-Just thank God every day that you were allowed to buy the game.

Ag