Original Podcast, Do Not Steal. A serialized drama where three friends enter the exciting world of podcasting, but the only way to win is not to play, and if you die in the game, you die for real, and the real treasure is the friends we made along the way.
Hi Folks, this is a special episode as Ian had to deal with personal stuff, so we had Ted stop by to talk Teen Titans Go To The Movies. Ted is our emergency guest on this episode, and so the tone and pace are a bit different, but we also blew the budget on sound effects this episode, holy cow, like, there was so many sound effects, I think this turned into a morning zoo crew, we might tone it back down next week, and try not to reverb the audio because my monitor speakers were too dang loud. I also forgot we did the dragon ball discussion last week as well, but oh well, I think this episode was very fun, so many songs and introductions, every episode, we try something new, and I hope you like this one as well. I think the most important part is having a good time with your friends, and this podcast is just a fun experiment of things to talk about and discuss. One of these days I will go to CiCi's pizza buffet, but today is just not that day, I have indigestion.
Your favorite apolitical video game podcast is back, and this time we talk about food. After a bit of a tangent about shark week, we decide it's fun to talk about anime, especially the best one ever created, Spongebob. I think the audio levels are a bit busted on this, and am unsure if audacity is helpful or not. But on the positive side, we are on our third episode, and it seems we have found our niche, we are gonna talk about food. I heard food is apolitical. How does a BLT sandwich vote? Are they neoliberal or are they tea-party? I think that is something to think about, while enjoying a can of Spaghetti-Os and crying because you bingewatched Bojack Horseman, anyway, I am pretty sure I was actually supposed to talk about this podcast again, but honestly I think feedback is most helpful. I enjoy talking with friends, but I know the most important part is having fun, so I hope you have fun with this too. I think I even used a sound effect in post production, how interesting!
Thanks for returning to the podcast, usually some people apologize for the audio errors, but one of our three got a bit distracted with something during the podcast, and it was a bit serious, and I didn't know how to reflect that on the show. We talk about food a bunch on this one, including a segment called Hamburger Hass, and discuss Indie Games as possible movies and Pinball Machines. I don't know if it was faster, but I had a good time, and I hope you do too. I just like spending time with friends, and if you subscribe to this show, I like to consider you a friend as well. I am gonna copyright the word "Smunch", a portmandeau of "smooch" and "munch" because smooch is an act of love, and munch is an act of eating, and I think that best describes this show, anyway, I am gonna go watch Toonami right now, so thank you for reading, Good Night!
Nobody ever really reads the episode descriptions, so I am just going to take this time to explain that this was a pilot episode. I think it was pretty good, because it talks about Skittles and Trains and other weird stuff. We could have done something better where we talk about the news and be smart, but instead, I think we talked about what to call this, and I think we risk 12 tickets at a Deal or No Deal arcade machine. I hope you enjoy it, but I don't know if this will go anywhere. But I really enjoyed it, and would love to continue. Thank you friends for believing in me, and I hope even if you didn't listen to this podcast, you can just pretend you listened and enjoy it. The internet is a cruel jerk and I think we need to be nice. Maybe if this becomes successful, we could all end up on better podcasts, like Doughboys or Chapo.