Posted on 25 February 2011 by Death By DVD
Posted on 19 February 2011 by Odd
I tell ya, some nights the time just friggen flies by. Not to say or mean that it ever drags, but last night was over awful quickly.
In the Pseudio we had my buddy Ace just hanging out and goofing off with us. We joked about life, the internet and everything. After the first hour we got a call from Thomas Ingham one of four designers responsible for the game Elementus just released over on Kongregate.com
We had some slight tech problems with the phones, but we got a lot of the important info about the game out of him and it seemed like he was enjoying himself.
We also talked about blatant stupidity in the form of the Cup Cake Choke Out video I posted. Also we pointed the finger of humiliation at the idea of Bacon Flavored Toothpaste and at the women pissed off at the people of walmart.
For the list of songs (since I forgot to say them)
Posted on 18 February 2011 by Death By DVD
Posted on 14 February 2011 by Odd
Man, if you missed the live show last night. You missed EVERYTHING. I was joined by Wally, Isaac and Detroit’s own Mr. Positive.I feel like I gave birth to this show, it was deep, thought provoking and nobody got punched!
I was actually wondering how the night would go since Mr. P seemed like he was a vastly different personality type than the rag tag crew we normally have during a show. Ultimately though after hearing what he had to say I realized that he and I aren’t so different. We are both try to make a positive impact on the world, we are just choosing different ways to go about things.
I won’t bore you with a lot of jibber jabber here. This is one show that speaks very clearly for itself. Enjoy.
Posted on 12 February 2011 by Odd
Last night we had a few tech issues and the show wasn’t able to go out live, but thankfully I was able to get the issue resolved this morning….which explains why the show is late getting posted. My apologies on all fronts.
Bill Squire and Rob Manier joined me for what was a spectacular show. Bill is a good friend of the show and has done it a few times either by pre-recording or by phone. We were honored to have him “live” in the Pseudio, unfortunately we had a hiccup and wasn’t able to get the full live experience. There’s always next time.
We said goodbye to Bill after the first hour as he had a show in A2 (Ann Arbor) to get to at 10pm and hung out the rest of the night with Rob. Witty as usually Rob and I began to traverse obscure nerdom and try to one up each other.
Check out the Harry Baals video below and a few other links.
One last thing, help support an independent comic. My friends from the Hamtramck Idea Men are doing a fundraiser for their April Issue. Follow the link and give them a hand.
Posted on 11 February 2011 by Death By DVD
Posted on 05 February 2011 by Odd
First off, there is about 14 seconds of silence after you hit play. The reason for that is Tom suggested he do a custom intro for the show and the 14 sec lag was me picking my jaw up off the floor.
My guest for this show was Tom Smith, for those of you who have no clue who he is….first, shame on you for not knowing. Tom is a Filk musician who is damn good at what he does. If you don’t know what Filk is you can click this link.
We talked about many things from Tom’s beginnings to his involvement with The FUnny Music Project. We also covered both his and my experiences at conventions. We let you the listeners gets involved by having those that were in the chat room throw out keywords and musical genres to test out Tom’s Fastest Filker title and he came through in spades. It was fun being able to geek out with a fellow fanboy, but the best part was trading links about some of the better fan films we had seen on the net. While looking for one Tom mentioned last night I found this directory of Batman fan films. One of my favorites is called Patient J and here it is…..
If you enjoy the music you hear, please support Tom’s career and purchase a CD or 17 from his website. Plus make sure you share this episode and leave your thoughts (whether good or bad). See ya next week with Bill Squire and Rob Manier.
Posted on 04 February 2011 by Death By DVD
Click here for the stream (Windows Media Player/iTunes)