Move That Vehicle

let's go cookiepuss

Sometimes it's just more fun to watch a bad movie. Does the same principle apply to theme park rides? Let's take a look at Fast & Furious: Supercharged and find out! Along the way we'll talk about King Kong, t-shirt design, and maybe Ratatouille? It's all a blur to me these days.

Okay. What more is there to say about this ride? That was exactly why I made this video - I wanted to see if I could make something that felt original, even if I was horrendously late to the party. The good news is I think I managed. The bad news is that this means I just spent two months making a video about Fast & Furious: Supercharged.

This video took me a long time, and the sad truth is that none of it was the video's fault. I just struggled a lot to keep my pace up with this. Each step of the process took a reasonable amount of time, but I ended up taking a lot more time between those steps than I'd hoped. Oh, and I decided while I was halfway through editing to start reading a webcomic, which is really a self-own.

But here it is! At long last I have made a video about theme parks. Now to go renew my annual pass.

A bonus note: take a look at my desk! You'll find a lot of relevant goodies - Dom's charger, a UOAP, a Universal baseball, a pair of 3D glasses, and - thought it doesn't show up on camera - a small picture of Jimmy Fallon.