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.
Jack and Ian are away, so Jordan decided to spend the week talking about "Titans" that debuted last Friday. His love of Nightwing, and his recap off the top of his head without notes, and pretty much repeating himself a few times, same old stuff will be here next week!
We retire a beloved segment of the show, and speed-up everything a bit to reach the hour limit. Jordan still wants to be in Nightwing and his friends are going to destroy that. A new villain is made, and I want to play Super Mario Party instead. Anyway, hope you enjoy!
Jordan gets put in the hot seat, literally. Ian gets angry at ye, and Jack talks about video games. That's about it. I hope you enjoy this episode, I finally referred to myself in the third person, even though everybody knows that I, Jordan, upload these and write the descriptions, anyway, I also talk about going a week without caffeine, yet still talk like I am going a million miles a minute. Thank you all for all your kind words, and I hope we can continue this!
In this episode of FTC, we try and get topical to the events of the week, mostly that just meant video game stuff. The recording actually went longer than this, but some of the stuff had actual personal stuff that had to be cropped, and i figured the final rant needed to be featured in its entirety, i hope you enjoy!
Hi folks, we are now up on Wednesdays and I hope that this makes it easier for me to edit. I recorded this a while back so I did kind of forget what was on it, which means I forgot what was in it, I just remember saying "balls" a bunch of times, and I think I tried to cut a wrestling promo, but I kept laughing, oh well, at least i had fun!
Jack had an idea to have the four of us on for a special four-person episode of the podcast, and as you might have expected, we talk over each other a whole lot. This one is very thirsty, because pretty much the entire episode is about food and drink, I don't know if it's one of the better episodes, but it was worth the risk, we will go back to our normal three-person episodes in just a bit, but this one had a quick chat about podcasting, and a soapbox about leaving twitter, other than that, we don't really have any bits planned, it really was just conversation pieces, kind of like the first episode, which made the editing for this episode very light, I think we could probably do something special soon, like a bonus episode or discuss patreon, or something else. I am posting this at 2:18 am a week ago, and I am very tired and honestly, a nervous wreck, I am trying not to overwork myself, but I love doing these podcasts, and I hope you keep listening in on the silly!
It's Ian's very own episode, because we realized he never really gets to chime in that often, so please enjoy our sure-to-go-viral series as well as discussion about the video music awards from a few weeks back, an intervention is made, and don't tell Jack and Ian, but I ate a hamburger today, finally, we decide to become voice actors, because we need some sort of back-up-plan in case this whole podcasting thing does not work out. I don't think anime was referenced at all this episode, I hope you officially printed out the FTC bingo cards, where you mark down every time "well" is said, or every time i (jordan) laugh at my own comments, it sure to make the next listen a little more fun. Anyway, that's about it for right now, thank you all for your kind words, and please let us know how we are doing, we are now on iTunes, and it's fun having these discussions, but sometimes I think they go on a little too short, or too long. But hey, we're always a work in progress, that's a good thing.
Hello friends, this one is one of the most conversational episodes we have had, because it talks about super smash brothers, as well as donuts, fair food and the beloved movie mac and me. I do have a patreon set-up but there is no content lined up, if you want to send money, go to the website below. I remember at a time when reactionary conservatives would call this "e-begging" and hate the fuck out of it, but they are all hypocrites, so why not just start one for this silly podcast where we reference not one, but two game shows in the span of minutes.
Other than that, I might as well give you a bit of an update on my well being, I am trying to do well mentally, but sleep deprivation is bad, plus overestimating what I am capable as, but luckily I enjoy talking to my friends, and I like sharing this podcast with you all, feel free to tell your friends about this weird podcast and join the discord to help share the love. I love you too
Hi Folks, in this episode, Ian returns, and we also get a bit nostalgic, and we also try and go through a studio tour. I also think this episode was one where we had to edit the most, but I gotta be honest, it took me very long to edit to get it under the hour. I feel the episodes need to be between fifty minutes to an hour, to make sure you get enough content. I honestly would love to do more episodes, or bonus episodes, or similar stuff, but I think that all depends on if this takes off, it would be cool to see this go somewhere, but who knows? Podcasting is much like opening up a new restaurant, where most of them fail within the first year anyway. I really want this to continue, complete with the silly conversations and skits, and I hope you tell friends about this organized chaos, it would give me so much joy to make more, or get more people editing these and have fun with them as well, we need all the help we could get. And I, Jordan, personally, love you all
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.