Tuesday, February 24, 2009

Oscar? I Don't Even Know 'Er!

In this week's podcast, Keith and Joe go into some depth about just why this year's Oscar ceremony seems to have been scrapped from Satan's duodenum. Seriously, folks, the numbers appear to be up for this year's broadcast, but I'm of the opinion that everyone involved in the ceremony should be loaded onto a boat and then sunk. Baz Luhrmann should never be allowed to make another movie after the craptacular dance-straveganza he choreographed. This was twelve hours of my life I'll never get back.

We also touch on movie sequels that sucked ass, TV show-based video games that suck ass and ex-girlfriends that make us so very glad we married who we married.

So go give it a listen and then come back here and tell us your choices for the absolute worst movie follow-ups of all time. Or don't. We won't think less of you either way.

Tuesday, February 17, 2009

My Breakfast Reunion with Oscar Was Stimulating

For our landmark 15th episode, we decided to string together a bunch of unrelated topics and just blather on about them for awhile. It's really special.

The first topic is truly near and dear to my heart. In fact, I'd be delighted to hear what any of our listeners (we're going to go ahead and pretend that some exist) have to say on the subject of breakfast food. Favorites? Savory vs sweet? Egg style?

So give a listen and please feel free to share your thoughts with us. Hell, we might even mention you in our next podcast, as long as you also send a naked picture.

Thursday, February 12, 2009

Zzzzzzz...Huh? Where Am I?

Hey! We're not dead!

Nine months since we last spoke, we're back with an all-new episode of The Conversation. Since all of our original listeners have long since died off, we're hoping to corrupt an entirely new generation of iTune customers.

So, whether you click on this link or go to the Recent Episode list to the right or just get it off of your iTunes feed, please enjoy the return of Mssrs. Baloneypants and Felcher, as we discuss fatherhood and Facebook and Farrack Fofama.