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Ep. 3: Video Games ft. Dan Deacon & Roger Clark

Drifting Off with Joe Pera

Joe Pera

Ryan Dann, Music, Mary Lattimore, Michael Nau, Joe Pera, Dan Deacon, Julianna Barwick, Drift Off, Society & Culture, Comedy, Interview, Sleep, Tv & Film, Film Interviews, Meditation, Sleep Podcast, History, Relax

51.2K Ratings

🗓️ 2 April 2023

⏱️ 23 minutes

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Me and my slow reflexes got back into video games after a decade-long break. Figured I would share some thoughts as well as my appreciation for Red Dead Redemption 2. I know I barely scratched the surface but talking with actor Roger Clark (Arthur Morgan) was incredible and the original music by Dan Deacon is too.

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Original Music by Dan Deacon. Sound Design and Additional Music by Ryan Dann. Featuring Roger Clark. 

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And shout out to the one person in Uganda who has streamed the first two episodes.


Hello, my name is Joe Perra and it's nice to see you to join me for another Sunday evening


in my basement.


I've even had some time to organize it a bit since I returned from doing shows in Arizona.


It was a nice trip.


I'd heard that a lot of people had moved there in recent years and that there was a loss


of local character as it grew, but I disagree.


I went to the gym in Phoenix and there was now one, but three guys working out in jeans,


upper body only.


Hey, the West wasn't once sliced stolen by guys with big juicy asses.


Arizona, still Arizona.


Before February, I'd only been to the state once before, but I have the vivid memory of


being on the airport shuttle bus 5 a.m. and there was the most beautiful sunrise.


Red, then pink, orange and yellow.


All the colors you could hope for and the sunrise over an airport.


I commented on it to the driver of the shuttle who agreed.


He said that the sun rises in Phoenix, still impressed him after 20 years, having moved


from the east coast for a relationship that fell apart within a month.


He wasn't upset, though, because it got him to the southwest.


If I was driving an airport bus, Phoenix's Sky Harbor Airport seems like one of the


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