Wednesday, January 27, 2010

Episode Seventy Six

This week, we try to introduce another new element into the show; we do the show straight through without stopping. This is a bit clunky, and the breaks are super long (however entertaining,) but growth is always messy, isn't it?

This week we discuss why the Office let us down, and what is still delivering each week. We have a couple of douche-bags, and we skype in friend of the show, Dan.

Thanks everyone for your support, we will shorten the breaks for next week, but we'll probably try something new again!

Click on the links to see what we were talking about in the feedback section. First up is the planned sequel for Paranormal Activity. Next up is the link for the graduation speech we had on the show a couple weeks back. Following that, we have a link for flexible e-paper. Then, we have a link for an upcoming horror comedy, "The Last Lovecraft: The Relic of Cthulhu." We were also sent a link for the super awesome looking live action "Star Blazers" movie coming very late this year from Japan. It's original title in Japan is, "Space Battleship Yamato."

Here's a special link for you. Tim's daughter brought this to our attention and now I can't be the only one who watched it. And finally, here is the link for Laci and "A Christian's Guide to Atheists" video.

Music this week is from:
Du Jour - "Backdoor Lover"
Josie and the Pussycats - "Real Wild Child"
Living Colour - "Cult of Personality"
Bad Religion - "Leaders and Followers"
Captain Clegg and the Night Creatures - "Honky Tonk Halloween"
D.R.I. - "All for Nothing"
Milla Jovovich - "Little Light of Love"
Biohazard - "State of the World Address"
Killer Dwarfs - "We Stand Alone"
Digital Underground - "The Humpty Dance"

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Thursday, January 21, 2010

Way to make us look bad.

I found this on It's one of our local weathermen being...

I guess we should say slyly inappropriate.

Wednesday, January 20, 2010

Episode Seventy Five

This week is the first week recording with the new computer. To celebrate that fact, we have our very first internet guest. We call our friend Jorge so he can give us his opinion of "The Book of Eli," as well as his take on the Haiti situation and some of the more despicable responses to the disaster.

Other topics covered are; the Golden Globe awards, Avatar, Cloudy With a Chance of Meatballs, SModcast, A Single Man, Mac Pros and a lot more.

Music included in this show is from:
Def Leppard - "Foolin"

Bad Religion - "Incomplete"

AC/DC - "Shake Your Foundations"

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Thursday, January 14, 2010

Episode Seventy Four

Hello everyone. This week, even though Chris is sick and Frank's voice is still all messed up, they still manage to get pretty heated about some topics.

For instance, some topics discussed this week are, Spider-Man 4 and a possible re-boot to the series, Observe and Report, The Simpsons 20th Anniversary Special, Rudy "noun, verb, 9/11" Guiliani, Michelle Bachmann, The Phantom Menace, the Fruit of the Boom terrorist and much much more!

Music this week is from:
Static X - "Push It"
Social Distortion - "King of Fools"

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Thursday, January 7, 2010

Episode Seventy Three

In episode seventy three, we discuss some of our recently seen movies and T.V. as usual, and some of the games that Chris has played.

Frank talks about his douche-bag of the week and Chris joins in with his and then segues into weird laws from another state. The guys then discuss some other random things, go over voice mail (one is a little softer than the others) and wrap everything up.

Music this week is from:
Motörhead - "Hellraiser"
Megadeth - "A Tout Le Monde"

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Direct download: Episode_73.mp3

Friday, January 1, 2010

Episode Seventy Two

Here is the first Are You Serious of the New Year! I wanted to have it out on it's regular day, but some things got in the way.

This week ,we review our favorite things of 2009. We forgo all of the regular segments, including listener feedback and focus on what we liked instead of what we didn't like. I saved some of what we didn't like for the breaks. We break the year down into movies, games, T.V. and miscellaneous stuff, how well we stuck to that format is questionable.

Yes, there is a clip from 2004 in the breaks that I intended to be all from last year, but it was so insulting, I had to include it. Hope you enjoy.

Music this week is from:
J. Giles Band - "Centerfold"
Joan Jett and the Blackhearts - "I Love Rock 'n Roll"
Clutch - "Electric Worry"

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