The asphalt zoomed toward me as Roy De La Rosa pretended to drop me. He actually had a good grip but I didn’t know that at the time. Later, Roy said it was a type of stage drop that would cause the droppee to keep a grip on the dropper. We were playing a game of New Choice set in a lumberjack camp during an unusual Einstein Simplified show. It was a benefit for the American Red Cross Service to the Armed Forces held in the parking lot of Bruster’s Real Ice Cream last night. The surprising drop happens at 47 seconds into the video below.
@MarkNagi It took me a moment to realize you were not talking about pumpkin spice lattes.
@Giffordtweet In that case, happy European birthday!
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