Imagine yourself sitting on a couch from 1983. You’re wearing a stylish turtleneck and you’ve just been passed a Choco-taco. Loud saxophone music is playing and people are screaming at the top of their lungs. You’re confused, excited, and cautious all at the same time. Now imagine this sequence of events were filmed and edited in to a movie called The Turtleneck Club. Imagine a guy named Jonathan Pierce was responsible for all this and that at this very moment you were staring at an embedded video called “The Turtleneck Club Movie” and all you had to do to experience it was loosen the grip on your Cran-Apple Shasta long enough to position your mouse arrow over the play button and click it? Imagine the opportunity to experience all of this came down to the following two choices: Do you click the button and watch the video? Or do you throw in the towel and abandon ship?