It’s too warm in here to type up proper shownotes. The highlights:
- Podcass these days
Today’s show began with an obligatory update on our new Facebook page. To summarize: Our audience has failed us AGAIN. Tic-Tac’s – only two calories! All other breath mints = way too complicated. Jen read a story about a mayor who had many tacos delivered to him. Along with a followup about a resigning police chief. Then I wondered if podcasting with wet hair would cause you to catch pneumonia (and/or WINTER’S DISEASE!). We looked at a story about a girl who was hospitalized after eating chicken nuggets every day for her entire life. From there, we found out that New Jersey governor Chris Christie has a “different” take on names of endearment. We played a rockin’ track by Thunder Driver. Then we finished things out with a list of Star Trek deleted scenes.
We were once again live for GeminiDragon eleventeen. We started things off by congratulating ourselves for continuing to stick to our production schedule. I talked about how I had discovered that former MTV headbanger Riki Rachtman is on Twitter. Apparently, he’s lost a parrot, which sparked a discussion about lost pets. Specifically, lost-pet fliers. I shared an idea for a new business venture that would probably be the most successful thing ever. Then, we examined a story about a heroic dog who saved its owner by eating the owner’s toe. We wondered if the Beach Boys may indeed take Katy Perry to court. The people at your local porn studio would like you to stop illegally downloading their product:
In what might be history’s greatest segue, we talked about how romantic music might help you to get more dates. I compared Debbie Does Dallas to Citizen Kane in terms of historical importance. Apparently, Kim Kardashian doesn’t want her fans to look like her. Then we played a song by Nuel, which Jen back sold by going into Inside My Head mode. We finally had our first listener to the live presentation in the form of Lou (thanks, Lou!). We finished things out with a list of albums that turn 20 years old in 2010.