Ian: Do you remember that old computer came, Roller Coaster Tycoon?
Me: Oh, yeah. Do you remember how whenever you’d get a guest who didn’t like your park, you’d drop them in a pit? But you made it too deep and narrow, so you couldn’t get them back out again.
Ian: Or I’d drown them.
Me: Like, oh, you don’t like my park? That’s cool. You die, now.
Ian: I think I drowned one in lava, once.
Dad: Sometimes we’d just hear shouting from the office: Ian! You can’t drown people!
Me: It’s not a good way to solve your problems.
Dad: We were kinda worried about you for a few years, there.
Me: You were so mean to your guests.
Ian: I remember there was a guy who wouldn’t go on this one roller coaster because it was too scary, so I kept picking him up and putting him at the entrance, and when he turned around and walked away, I’d just put him right back.
Dad: Maybe giving you a game that let you play God wasn’t such a good idea.
Ian: Yeah… I think it’s a good thing I’m not God.
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