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Public Access Destructoid: A rainbow gathering

Jul 31 // Jon Carnage

What happens when you've been exiled from the Internet, society, and Walmarts nationwide?  You end up here at The Rainbow Gathering. It is difficult to describe what actually goes on at these technology-adverse gatherings, or what this has to do with videogames.  Basically, it's a warming place where degenerates and run-away Leprechauns can find a home in the mountainous regions of Pennsylvania.

I, like so many of these unwashed hippies, came to Rainbow to find real 3D.  A stoner told me the 3D here is better than Nintendo could ever offer, and then explained various rules of engagement: "Keep your money! It's not welcomed here," the shower-impared fellow said. "There is no monetary system -- only trading here." Did I mention how much love is at Rainbow? It's everywhere. It's in the trees, in the air, and in the communal meth pipes

With a slightly used NES cartridge I went in search of a good bargain among these unique individuals. Join me on my tax-evasive adventure to find true double rainbow, and discover what it all must mean!

 


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