The modern golden age of messages occurred between 1978-1983, when The Police, Melle Mel/ Grandmaster Flash and INXS all released cool songs about messages. A steady decline followed, culminating in the nadir of pop-culture message references that was Kevin Costner's 1999 film Message in a Bottle. But the SA Goons have managed to make messages cool again, and all it took was some clothespins, glue and paper scraps, and/or the Photoshop equivalent!
With e-mail, twitter, Facebook, and telegrams, everyone seems to have forgotten about the most prototypical and heartfelt method of sending personalized messages:
Yes that's right: Clothespins, like out forefathers intended! But surely there are more gripping messages to be sent than "I heart you" ...
When I try to clear the ball, run into me at a thousand miles per hour, sending me flying halfway across the map. If the ball is coming down in front of the opposing goal and I'm in position to tap it in, run into me at a thousand miles per hour. Never stop slamming into me at a thousand miles per hour, unless you can slam into me even faster.
eSports are getting more attention, but these new non-nerd spectators have no idea what's going happening. Help them understand how and why you've decided to waste your life with these simple approaches.
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