Little House in End-World

Little House on the Prairie by Laura Ingalls Wilder Audiobook CD Cover Art

So we’re listening to the previously mentioned audiobook of Little House on the Prairie, and the idea that this guy is leaving Wisconsin with his family and heading west strikes me a bit odd, and next thing I know I’m thinking the following line:

“The Ingalls Family fled across the desert, and the gunslinger followed.”

I worry myself sometimes. Someone please go write this mashup. I’ll give you a dollar?

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  • Awesome as it is, I don’t think anyone is quite up to rewriting the dark tower series.

  • Good Lord, man, I didn’t mean the whole thing! Do you think I’m some sort of sadist?

    Erm. That question may have been rhetorical.

  • Or reprogram Oregon Trail as The Road to The Dark Tower.

    “Jake has been eaten by slow mutants.”

    “You went off the path of the beam, 10 days pass.”

    “You can cross the wastelands on foot or take the train, which do you choose?”

    Add a little radar to the bears while hunting. I’d play that.

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