In the lead up to next week's premiere of SUPER, I encourage you to listen to This American Life's Episode # 178, "Superpowers". Among the highlights are the battle of invisibility vs. flying -- what does it reveal if you want one over the other. Plus it's got Chris Ware, Real-life Wonder Twins, & Kelly McEvers, whose done virtually everything one needs to do to be considered SUPER. As this was done by Ira quite awhile ago, we can't take credit for it as part of our guerilla campaign. Perhaps you've seen other aspects of it though.
I am forbidden to reveal how this was done and it would be wrong for anyone in the film to actually take credit. These things take months of planning. Most places forbid you from putting anything in the water supply -- and I am not saying anyone involved in the film actually did anything remotely related to such action. Did you know though that there are already over 300 real-life Superheroes patrolling the streets of this great land? And yes, sometimes they get their nose broken.
You say you are not aware yet, what I am speaking about, when I say SUPER? It opens on April Fools Day. Seriously.
Thanks to Shade Rupe for the tip!
Courtesy of Scott & Graham: "If you could have any four super powers, what would they be?"
Technology gives us all super powers. There will always be people who can do what the average human can't, but the really astounding powers are things that no one can do, like see in slow motion, or crystal clearly underwater. But we have cameras to do that.
We should all become Simpsons characters. Let's face it, even before they say something, just looking at them makes you laugh. What if when we dreamed we became ourselves but in the Simpsons style?