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Sharing with Friends: Day 1- "The earth will poop on you, Dad."

After i heard about this "game" a few weeks ago I became extremely intrigued as to what the outcome of such an innovative and promising genre of gaming this could (hopefully) become. I know firsthand the steadfast devotion a dedicated gamer can have and hope that this game lures those individuals.

So onto the goal of this Blog series. Not only was today the first day of Evoke but it will also be the first of many posts on my ability to lure friends, co-workers and strangers into the world of Urgent Evoke.

I started today with a few guys i am attending class with and they laughed at the idea that an online game would have any affect on the world. My wife said she was too busy to look at it today and my sister was no where to be found... however there is one person who was extremely interested... my 5-year old son. Ever since he was 3 and a half he has been a "Green kid". I remember he asked me why i saved the bottles and cans I said cause i want to recycle. He asked what that was and i explained it to him. that when we recycle we help the earth. I ended up telling him that if we didn't recycle the earth would poop on us. He took it from there. I neve got to throw away plastic, aluminum or most paper again.

He was extremely intrigued by a Mystery Man (Alchemy) was giving me orders that would teach us how to save the planet. So don't be surprised if you see his hands in a few of my future projects.

Until next time... good Night!

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Comment by Linda Holt on March 17, 2010 at 2:14am
What a great post! You have nailed the Evoke experience. . . most are too busy, etc.. but there are almost 10,000 of us here and I'm glad that you are one of us!

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