1. He landed on 2 girls at once. On one girls head and neck, and another girls HAIR. ouch.
2. The girl whose hair he landed on actually drops out of the shot. On purpose. You can see the guy in the red cap to the right say, “oh my god!” to her.
3. The audience in the front pit for award shows are usually all actors (or friends of people working on the event). They’re placed there to cheer, scream, follow instructions from the performers, and make the event look “live as $ht”. That’s why that girl bent down out of the shot, and why the guy in the red cap just went right on dancin’. Because they’re paid to be there, to make you think that what you’re watching is better than what your doing at home.
4. I wonder if he hit homegirls up after, and said, “sorry”?
Here’s a vid of me dropping the beat “Pisco Sour” in the studio. One of the many tracks that will be on my upcoming record HWLFA.
My advice, take a few minutes, stare out that window if you got one and look up while you bump this in the background. Or, close your eyes, and picture yourself on the beach with a cold one in your hands. Trust me, your boss can give you 5 minutes.
Some nice, chill vibes on a beautiful spring day (at least here in Boston). If its not nice where you’re at right now, then no worries, thats what your imagination is for.
Let me preface this by saying: I totally dig the concept of this game, and the direction Minority is going in. They are clearly making games for the thinking gamer, and they’re trying to deal with issues beyond killing everyone in existence/Afghanistan.
But I think (and maybe they’ve already thought about this connection), that using the crow (and a black one, at that) as a visual metaphor for your antagonist, can be interpreted in an unfortunate way. Just take a look at the early Disney/WB cartoons. Crows were pretty much a stab at black people. That’s a connection that I think, hasn’t died. Sure, perhaps in the end, the character design will remove it far enough away from that established metaphor, but just looking at that picture, makes me think about the “race” connection over the “bully” connection, and that could be a problem, even if it is an unintentional one.
But then, perhaps many people wont even think about that connection. We’ll have to see I suppose.