Tuesday, December 3, 2013

Super Survival Mario Brothers 2

Today's blog scrawled in honor of the greatest video game I've ever played.

If you're like me, you have been preparing for the looming economic meltdown by converting all your assets into Bitcoins and storing them on the memory chip of your vintage Super NES game system. Hey, they're bound to be the currency of the post-apocalyptic (post-obama) future, and I'm gonna be loaded up with those bad boys. While I still haven't figured out how to get them back out of the game console yet when there is no power, I figure I still have a little time before I'm starving and have to barter them for a live chicken.

By the way, don't be fooled by stocking up on worthless counterfeit Bitcoins purchased or exchanged on the internets, or that worthless U.S. Dollar currency for that matter. Legitimate Bitcoins can only be found throughout the Super Mario Brothers 2 game.

You're welcome.

Oops. I let my survival secret out of the bag. The truth is, everything you need to know for survival in a world gone mad can be learned from Super Mario Bros. 2 - the original Nintendo 1988 version, not the handheld remakes. Those things have tracking chips in them guys.

If you send me $19.99 (in Bitcoins of course), I will divulge my entire Super Survival Mario Brothers 2 secrets kept hidden in my large vase genie pot in the corner. These tips and tricks took years (and countless consumption of bad mushrooms) to develop that can all be yours for only $19.99!

These are tried and true strategies that will absolutely give you the best chance at getting to the next level when this $multi-$Trillion dollar ponzi scheme, smoke-and-mirror economy necessarily collapses. Strategies that you may forget under stress when you see obama's civilian goomba army marching down your street after declaring Michelle Law (Martial Law sounded so harsh after all).

Tips like, *When in doubt, don't forget to side scroll!

If you act now, I'll give you my best combat strategy tips that will have your potential adversary scrolling away frightened and confused.  While your instincts may tempt you to jump on an enemy combatant's head to subdue them, you'll know better! You'll be throwing vegetables at them instead!

Seriously, this works! I tried this the other night in a dry test run. I ate one of my mushrooms, put on my pink Princess dress (size double buddha) and side scrolled downtown throwing carrots, onions and turnips at the vagrants. Necessary combat training for me, and an early Christmas feast for the homeless.

Of course, I woke up with 3 days beard stubble and wearing a soiled Princess dress, curled up inside the darkened hallway linen closet after having mistaken it for the door to that alternate sub-space world. I wish I had a Bitcoin for every time THAT happened.

The first 50 people who send me $19.99 will receive a racoon tail taken from a racoon I personally taught to fly from the top of the 3 story apartment building on Main Street downtown. It took a few tries, but once the tail came off, it floated gently to the red stained pavement below.

Seriously, don't be a procrasti-prepper. If you don't already have a network of large green sewer pipes buried on your property with a few key access points, you need this kit! Call today!

One lucky caller may even get my vintage Atari 5200 video game console. It's like new! When I say it's like new, I mean that half the controller buttons don't work properly, JUST LIKE YOU REMEMBER IT from out of the box. I may even throw in the games I still have. Let's see... Warlords. Joust. Space Invaders!

OK, those must be thrown into the "best game(s) I've ever played" category.







6 comments:

cube said...

I've never played Super Mario Brothers or any Mario Brothers for that matter. Besides the Wii, the last video game I played was Nightmare Creatures (not well) and before that Pong (very well).

I don't even know what a bit coin is...

DaBlade said...

Hopefully my bitcoin sarcasm was not lost. I was thinking about that recent story where $millions in bitcoins was lost by some dude who threw out his hard drive. I've been a little doom and gloom lately and just thought how sad that people flock to the wrong things when this would actually be a real good time to flock to God and guns.

And bitcoins made me think of the treasures of coins collected in the Super Mario Bros 2 game. Those that never played that game missed my references. You got to pick what character to play at the start (mario, luigi, etc) they all had different abilities (speed, height of jump, etc)... I always picked Princess Toadstool in her pink dress because of her floating ability - and never thought it odd until in retrospect that a GAM (grown-a$$ed man) would play a game for hours as a princess in a pink dress.

I played video games regularly into my early 30s when I switched to PC games for a short time before mostly quitting them due to the diapers bill. (not my diapers :) sometimes i'll play an old game for nostalgia sake.

cube said...

Virtual treasure AND a pink dress... sounds like a winner to me ;-)

cube said...

Virtual treasure AND a pink dress... sounds like a winner to me ;-)

cube said...

Sorry about the burp...

DaBlade said...

Cool! just makes it look like I have more friends ;)