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Top 10 Best Pinball Machines on The Pinball Arcade
      Pinball is probably one of the most maligned games out there.  The most common argument against it is that it’s a game of luck. While there is some truth to this statement, there’s also a lot of skill involved in trapping the ball and using the flippers to shoot it to just the right areas of the playfield.  While pinball may have started out as a simple game when it was electromechnical, advances in computer technology have allowed for complicated modes and rulesets.  Unfortunately, pinball has been largely relegated to the arcades until recently.  Far Sight’s game The Pinball Arcade has allowed ordinary people to play classic pinball machines without having to spend their life savings in quarters or buy the machine for several thousand dollars (at least).  To celebrate this revolution in pinball culture, I am making my list of the Top Ten Best Pinball Machines on The Pinball Arcade (as of October 3rd, 2017,).
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Warren Zevon Playlist
1. Hitchikin’ Woman
2. A Bullet for Ramona
3. Frank and Jesse James
4. Hasten Down the Wind
5. Poor, Poor Pitiful Me
6. Mohamed’s Radio
7. I’ll Sleep when I’m Dead
8. Carmelita
9. Johnny Strikes up the Band
10. Roland the Headless Thompson Gunner (Warning: Possibly NSFW)
11. Excitable Boy
12. Werewolves of London
13. Accidentally like a Martyr
14. Lawyers, Guns, & Money
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Warren Zevon Radio Show
      Welcome to the last episode of Andy See’s (mostly) Rock N’ Roll Variety Show in the year of 2017.  In fact, this could be the last show I ever make.  Any day, I could get a real nine to five job which would not leave me with enough free time to make these shows for you. Therefore, I have to end every season with something special knowing that I might not come back for another season.  It’s hard to imagine a better note to end on than with someone who talked about death a lot in his music.
      In the musical Hamilton, the title character says several times that he’s envisioned death so much it feels like a memory.  That describes Warren Zevon pretty well.  He was born to Jewish parents in 1947, briefly studied classical music alongside Robert Craft, and made his first album in the late-60s, releasing it in 1969.  Unfortunately, “Wanted Dead or Alive
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Undertale Harem Route Ending
      At this moment in the world of Undertale, it just looked like the end of a typical player’s Genocide Route.  However, Frisk did not enter Asgore’s throne room alone.  He had Toriel, Undyne, Dr. Alphys, Muffet, and Fuku Fire in tow.  Asgore stopped tending to his garden to notice that his ex-wife had come back.
      “Toriel?” he said.  However, something had changed about her eyes.  Instead of pupils, there were spirals.  All of the female monsters mentioned earlier had this change.  “I have a new lover now” said Toriel.
      “Really, who is that?” responded Asgore.
      “Me!” said Frisk.  Immediately afterwards, Frisk stabbed Asgore hard enough to kill him.  Flowey finished off his soul.
      “See” said Flowey.  “I can be useful.  I don’t know what you want from me,
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Steely Dan Playlist
1. Do it Again
2. Dirty Work
3. Midnight Cruiser
4. Only a Fool would say that
5. Reelin’ in the Years
6. Bodhisattva
7. Razor Boy
8. Show Biz Kids
9. My Old School
10. Rikki don’t Lose that Number
11. Night by Night
12. Any Major Dude will Tell You
13. Barrytown
14. Parker’s Band
15. Charlie Freak
16. Black Friday https
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Steely Dan Radio Show
      Welcome to Andy See’s (mostly) Rock N’ Roll Variety Show!  Today we have a band from the 70s that was a big part of my father’s adolescence.  The band in question is Steely Dan, a Jazz-Rock band consisting mainly of guitarist Walter Becker and singer/keyboardist Donald Fagan.  At first, Steely Dan was a real band with other members, but Becker and Fagen’s decadent lifestyle and relentless studio prefectionism eventually drove off all the other band members. In their songs, they generally invent characters who party, carouse and make bad decisions. The twist is that Steely Dan doesn’t celebrate a decedent lifestyle – their songs often end with the character suffering the consequences of their bad behavior.  
Do it Again
      Steely Dan’s first album was “Can’t Buy a Thrill” released in 1972.  Their
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Dogcopter Ideas
      I’m a fan of Steven Universe, and that show has hit roughly its thousandth hiatus, so I’ve been thinking too much about that show.  I also like the idea of fiction within fiction which is why I came up with some ideas about how a Dogcopter movie series could go.  For those who don’t know, Dogcopter is a fictional movie series adapted from a book series that Connie is a fan of and she gets Steven to be a fan as well.  Connie says about the series that “In a world where humanity is pushed to the brink, it turns out that the one who is most human is a dog, copter.” Based on that statement, I got some ideas about what the previous movies were like.
      Before we start, if my writing quality is worse than usual, it might be because I was thinking out loud for this paper.
      Dogcopter – This movie starts with a young boy named Jimmy who lives in a world that is only a small exagg
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Iron Maiden Radio Show II
      Welcome to Andy See’s (mostly) Rock N’ Roll Variety Show!  Last year, I did a lot of second shows because I didn’t have many ideas for new bands or artists.  This year, every musician I have presented so far has been new to this show.  In fact, today’s band is the only one making a return appearance.  This band happens to be Iron Maiden.  Last time, I talked almost exclusively about their 80s songs.  This time, I’m going to be more diverse.
      Our first song has a somewhat familiar subject.  It’s about a boy looking for his father because he presumably wants to kill him.  The boy was born to a father who’s likely a criminal of some sort and a mother who I think is a prostitute.  The Johnny Cash song (written by Shel Silverstein) A Boy Named Sue had this subject, but that boy
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Grateful Dead Playlist
1. The Golden Road (to Unlimited Devotion)
2. Beat it on Down the Line
3. Cold Rain and Snow
4. Morning Dew
5. New, New Minglewood Blues
6. That’s it for the Other One
7. New Potato Caboose
8. St. Stephen
9. Dupree’s Diamond Blues
10. China Cat Sunflower
11. Uncle John’s Band
12. Dire Wolf
13. Cumberland Blues
14. Black Peter
15. Casey Jones
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Grateful Dead Radio Show
      Welcome to Andy See’s (mostly) Rock N’ Roll Variety Show!  For this episode, I’m in an awkward position.  I’m playing music from The Grateful Dead today.  They are known as a legendary live band with some excellent jam sessions.  However, when I tried to listen to their 23-minute-long song Dark Star on the album “Live/Dead”, I got bored because it was so repetitive.  Great bands like Yes, Emerson, Lake, and Palmer, and early Genesis give an experience that’s like driving through a rapidly changing landscape.  The Grateful Dead’s concert jam sessions are like driving through Death Valley.  Sure, the scenery is nice at first, but it gets old quickly.  Thankfully, I think The Grateful Dead are underrated as songwriters, and today’s show will give you eleven reason why that is the case.
The Golden Road (to Unl
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R.E.M. Playlist
1. Gardening at Night
2. Radio Free Europe
3. Talk about the Passion
4. Perfect Circle
5. 7 Chinese Brothers
6. So. Central Rain (I’m Sorry)
7. Pretty Persuasion
8. (Don’t Go back to) Rockville (song starts at 0:23)
9. Feeling Gravity’s Pull
10. Driver 8 (song starts at 0:50)
11. Can’t get there from Here
12. Green Grow the Rushes
13. Begin the Begin
14. Fall on Me
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R.E.M. Radio Show
      Welcome to Andy See’s (mostly) Rock N’ Roll Variety Show!  Today’s band has been a long time coming.  R.E.M. was one of my favorite bands in the late-2000s, but partially due to the influence of my high school journalism teacher Mr. Larry Nath and partially because the idea of nonsense lyrics went from a positive to a negative trait in my mind, they have fallen quite far.  Luckily, there are still are considerable number of songs from R.E.M. that I enjoy so I’m still a fan, just not as big of a fan as I used to be.  Anyway, this band consisted of Guitarist Peter Buck, Bassist Mike Mills, Drummer Bill Berry, and bald-headed Singer Michael Stipe.  This band formed in 1980 and put out their first album “Murmur” in 1983.  The album was recorded without synthesizers or guitar solos to give the album a more timeless feel.  I can understand synthesizers, but I cons
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Cover Songs Playlist
1. Hound Dog – Elvis Presley
2. Georgia on my Mind – Ray Charles
3. Twist and Shout – The Beatles
4. Little Red Rooster – The Rolling Stones
5. All Along the Watchtower – Jimi Hendrix
6. Cotton Fields (The Cotton Song) – The Beach Boys
7. Dazed and Confused – Led Zeppelin
8. Every Little Thing – Yes
9. Summertime Blues – The Who
10. Me and Bobby McGee – Janis Joplin
11. See Emily Play – David Bowie
12. Lucy in the Sky with Diamonds – Elton
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Cover Songs Radio Show
      Welcome to Andy See’s (mostly) Rock N’ Roll Variety Show!  Today, we have ourselves a show all about cover songs.  Specifically, we’re talking about good ones that are better than the original versions.  So, if you’re expecting Michael Bolton’s version of (Sittin’ on) The Dock of the Bay or Limp Bizkit’s versions of Faith and Behind Blue Eyes, you will be disappointed.  These are some songs that were better than the originals.
Georgia on my Mind – Ray Charles
      Our first song today is one you probably didn’t even know was a cover.  As it turns out, Ray Charles’ signature song is a cover of big band leader Hoagy Carmichael.  He made the song in 1930 with music that wouldn’t be out of place in the background of a Looney Toon. Ray Charles covered the song in 1960 an
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The Police Playlist
1. Next to You
2. So Lonely
3. Roxanne
4. Can’t Stand Losing You
5. Message in a Bottle
6. Bring on the Night
7. Walking on the Moon
8. The Bed’s too big without You
9. Don’t Stand So Close to Me
10. Driven to Tears
11. De Do Do Do, De Da Da Da
12. Spirits in the Material World
13. Every Little Thing She does is Magic
14. Invisible Sun
15. Rehumanize Yourself (
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The Police Radio Show
      Welcome to Andy See’s (mostly) Rock N’ Roll Variety Show!  Usually, when I know about a great actor or a great musician, I get worried wondering what the last movie or album they make before they die is going to be like.  Sometimes, they luck out with a great movie or album right before they die.  Heath Ledger played The Joker in The Dark Knight.  Jim Morrison, Janis Joplin, and Kurt Cobain (all members of The 27 Club) had great albums right before they died in the form of “L.A. Woman”, “Pearl”, and “In Utero” respectively.  Most times when these people get old, their last role isn’t very good.  Gene Kelly and Orson Welles last roles were in Xanadu and Transformers: The Movie respectively and I hope that Patrick Stewart’s last role will not be the Poop emoticon from the upcoming Emoji Movie.  One such band that didn’t have to wo
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      Okay, I want to get something off of my mind.  Lately, when I've been going down to the comments section, I have seen a peculiar trend.  Here's what it consists of.
      B O L D E D A N D A L L C A P S L E T T E R S W H I C H A R E E X A C T L Y O N E S P A C E A P A R T W I T H O U T P U N C T U A T I O N Q U O T I N G S O M E T H I N G F R O M T H E V I D E O J U S T L I K E T H I S
I would really like somebody to explain this trend and its original purpose to me because I have no idea about those things myself.
  • Listening to: John Mellencamp
  • Reading: Growing Around
  • Watching: The IUP Homecoming Parade
  • Playing: Cuphead
  • Eating: Cereal
  • Drinking: Water


Andy See
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sandman415 Featured By Owner Oct 1, 2017
Thanks for the add! 
CadillacBrony Featured By Owner Jul 4, 2017  Hobbyist Photographer
Happy Birthday man! :D
AndyofIndiana Featured By Owner Jul 4, 2017  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
Why thank you.
CadillacBrony Featured By Owner Jul 4, 2017  Hobbyist Photographer
Hope your day goes well, man.
nerdsman567 Featured By Owner Apr 30, 2017  Hobbyist General Artist
Thank you for watching! :+devwatch:
God-Money Featured By Owner Feb 21, 2017
do you actually live in Indiana
AndyofIndiana Featured By Owner Feb 21, 2017  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
Well, Indiana, PA anyway.,…
GodsofWarAndRock Featured By Owner Nov 5, 2016
do you roleplay
AndyofIndiana Featured By Owner Nov 11, 2016  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
Sorry, I got distracted by the election and a Urinal Tract Infection.  Anyway, what role play do you have in mind?
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