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Kotaku Off-Topic: Meat, The Final Frontier

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Remember that one episode where Captain Kirk had to fight the man-bratwurst, and made his own horseradish sauce out of naturally occurring materials on an alien planet? Man, that was awesome.

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Does it get any better than a replica of the starship Enterprise made of meat? What about a shoe made out of meat? Or better yet, a puppet house made of meat? I should probably stop before this gets out of hand.

Here's some stuff we aren't talking about that you probably should talk about:

  • Tony Stark runs into Justin Hammer at a party in this clip from Iron Man 2, with a special friend in tow.
  • They tell me a Cthulhu Bobble Head, available soon from Entertainment Earth, is completely off-topic, but I beg to differ. If we don't educate our children on the joy and laughter the elder gods can bring now, they'll grow up fearing the things that lurk deep beneath the ocean waiting to eat them.
  • How the hell did Bootsy Collins end up in an article titled "7 Celebrities That Are Fashionably Insane?" The only reason I don't dress like that is they stopped selling giant yellow top hats at Walmart. Wait, Bjork's in there too? Bjork isn't even human! There's no way she counts.

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So today is my birthday and all I really want is a violin. I have a plan to learn as many instruments as I can. I've been playing the alto sax for years now and I wanna try something else.

After deciding on the violin, I had a thought. I'm not sure if it works this way, but hopefully someone with experience can help me. I figure if I learn the violin, I can start a chain and make it easier to learn the following instruments in order...

Violin, viola, cello, upright bass, bass guitar, electric guitar.

Is this a sound way of thinking? Or will it be just as hard regardless of where I start?