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LESSON 32: the Board Game of Wood



Wherein Reverend Steve (finally) shows off his one of a kind Ed Wood board game.



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GREETINGS, Woodites everywhere.



And to all you non-Woodites out there, a very special welcome indeed. It is a very comfortable night here in California, Ed Wood's home, that I write the into to this, the 32nd Lesson of Wood. Can't believe I've written 32 freakin' lessons already. I can't believe also that I created this religion over ten years ago. I suppose I could have made a big TO DO about the ten year anniversary but I didn't quite feel like it. In 2003 and 2004 Woodism was all over the place: in the National Enquirer, Premiere magazine, on tv, in the New Yorker, on the radio. I started seeing my face and my name getting huge print and press and that frightened me a bit. Now I've gotten my life stabilized. I have an amazingly awesome and big breasted wife. I have two awesome children. My life is pretty awesome. I feel more content with my life and in turn I feel better about furthering my religion and this web page. I'm working on it, people. It's just taking a while.

This lesson of wood will be famous for being the first lesson to incorporate video. Yes, the Church of Ed Wood is trying to enter the digital age. In the following three videos I play Ed Wood-opoly with my five year old daughter Emerald.

First a little background: Ed Wood-opoly was created in 1996 in Phoenix. It was originally a Create Your Own-Opoly set which allowed you to make your own Molopoly rip off. I spent a year and a half creating it and it is such a point of pride that I usually keep it hidden in a display case, never to be seen or touched and hardly played with at all.

But one day Emerald asked me if I would play Monopoly with her. "No," I said. "I've got a better game."


Here is the video in three parts:

PART ONE:


PART TWO:


PART THREE:



Ed Wood can't be stopped.




HERE ENDETH THE LESSON!