come with me on this journey as we discuss open carry law gun law in Pennsylvania and the preparation and healthiest method of eating safely radishes, all the while I make a delicious salad in a bowl that isn't quite big enough I miss the 580 third episode of the part of the show okay is that cetera etc
The squirrelMan had a gun for Some reason.
hello, and welcome to a field report recording of me letting in the guy who came to look into fixing the problem of sqirrels getting into our crawl space attic area. he had a open carry gun (like a black cops gun) on his hip for some reason...
I didn't want to mention it on the show because I feel like I talk about these guys too much, but I rewatched the part of the Red Letter Media ep where Jay offers his thoughts on PM:TLR and he admits it's not great but says it's still the best Puppet Master movie, which I found very disrespectful to the first one and its quaint originality. Anyway, just my 2$ no biggie ... PEACE
I definitely recorded this podcast but i am on acid so maybe i didn't? I talked about the email address for the show firstname.lastname@example.org which is just the name of the show it's easy to remember
So lemme tell ya something... the only reason this "episode" exists is because I wanted to record myself eating a baby carrot @ work to see how loud the chewing was. I wasn't sure if it was just super loud inside my own head or if everyone in the office was hearing me eat a baby carrot. VERDICT: Not sufficient evidence.
It's Film Chat with your boy as he discusses perhaps The Patriarchy's Greatest Crime (re 'The Arts')... that more women have not gotten the chance to be great Directors / direct Great Films. Also, the picture accompanying this one is the lunatic bus driver mentioned in the beginning... (who is maybe blindfolded???? wtf i am just looking at this close up for the first time now my goodnesssss
A special double feature! (Also here is the link to that guy in Troll 2 who is now a religious themed ny times best selling author and there isn't any mention of Troll 2 in his wikipedia hmmmmm https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Jason_F._Wright )
This is good but can seriously not wait for 10th remake of this movie, A Star is Born (2057) starring Lady Gaga Jr. YAS QUEEN... jkjk just a gag folks
honestly, i forgot to mention in my review how funny brad cooper's voice is. it's p funny. I call him brad btw.
driving good on a Monday morning also doing the podcast you but never googling my friends cuz that would be dangerous. We talked a little bit about the Kareem hunt situation and the greater scheme of things in so much as how it fits in the media cultural landscape here in wear24 this age of trump
In this fine episode of Myspace the podcast we learn about how the last two episodes came out in the wrong order and forever they will be on the feed in the wrong order. I don't necessarily explain this in fact I don't. I don't at all I don't think there's anything to explain it just is what it is the episodes are in the wrong order and that's how they're going to stay but they're still there and you can enjoy them in whatever order you decide you can listen to any episode on this entire feet in any order that you decide. It's all up to you and I believe in you goodbye
A bad bad movie that i watched like 10 days on a super sketchy website called "Putlocker32" ... almost instantly forgettable: 6.772 out of 10.000. Check out the awesome cover art: https://www.myameri.ca/2018/11/ep-520-of-myspace-podcast.html
I just want to hit publish on this episode because I don't I'm worried it won't say if you're something you know I just last time I was doing the episode like this it didn't say if so that's why it's going out now and not longer anything like that hopefully it works
I think that is supposed to be a videogame Patrick Mahomes. looks nothing like him. thought videogames were getting more realistic not less! Anyway, I don't talk about that at all, but I do pick the remaining 12 games on the Week 11 NFL slate. Good luck
We could've had it all (JESUS the audio for this didnt come thru either wtf anchor!! Arghh - i recorded like a beautiful 15-min. "dinner" ep. that was just me doing a really bad souther accent the whole time but it's gone just like this shortie where i explained that just that )
A VERY SPOOKY MYSPACE THE PODCAST.... It's after midnite on HALLOWEEN NIGHT 2018 (so um technically not Halloween anymore, it's November 1st haha, but you know just work with me.. I'm podcasting here!––Forest Gump). It's a double feature movie review featuring the in-theaters-now remake of Halloween and totally random made-for-TV horror film starring Shelly from Twin Peaks. A classic episode of the pod imo.
Featuring a Google of Mr Paul Comstock and we listen to a bit if what might be his album 'Good Girl Art' (I say might because it's definitely by someone named Paul Comstock I just don't know if it's the same Paul Comstock)
Here is the original text review: About half through Beginners, the second full-length feature by Mike Mills (Thumbsucker, 2005), main character Oliver (Ewan McGregor) spray-paints the following on a blank billboard before making out with Mélanie Laurent: "You Make Me Laugh But It Isn't Funny." He's speaking of course about Anna (Laurent), with whom he is in the beginning phases of courtship, but that also works perfectly as a phrase for describing this film. It's at least better than "comic drama."
I watched this movie 'on demand' via Verizon FIOS...it received one out of five stars, which perturbed me... There are forces we are working against that are large and powerful but that doesn't mean we shouldn't try.
I'm giving this a high score because it was the best movie I saw that came out in 2011 and I can't find anything to bitch about. If quote unquote "Ewan McGregor can't quite nail an American accent" is something you feel the need to mention in your film critique then maybe you should reconsider things (life choices, etc.), because the sound of McGregor's voice, while awkward, is also adorable and strangely fitting in this case given the fact that his character is the type that so deeply internalizes everything that when he finally gets around to talking about anything, how else are the words supposed to sound?
This is a quirky film but not annoyingly so (unlike Thumbsucker, which was very good, but not great, in part because of this). There are times when Oliver becomes narrator and he talks about big ideas in a plain but poetic fashion ("This is what the sun looks like in 2003. The stars. Nature ... This is what happiness looked like in 1955," etc.). The point being at once obvious and culturally stunted in the mainstream. Mills presents these interludes as a series of still photos against a black background, which could have been disastrous but it works. Like most everything in this movie, the risks pay off generously.
This is a movie about the human condition that utilizes a (secondary) character, who happens to be gay, to help illustrate its theme. This is a love story full of all kinds of emotions. Early on, Oliver's dog (who belonged to his recently deceased dad, Hal, played by the great Christopher Plummer) 'says', via subtitle, "Tell her the darkness is about to drown us unless something drastic happens right now." The entire film is full of that type of manic energy, though it never feels cliche.
Nothing in this movie feels cliche, which is a feat in itself. Nothing feels forced. Every detail has been considered with great care. The acting is tremendous. It's relatable, believable, happy and sad. You should see this one-star motion picture as soon as possible.
My knee hurts. It's a disaster. I went to the show sober last night and sold my ticket to see GbV in Asbury tonight. Exclusive audio of Public Image LTD's full encore at Union Transfer at the end of this one, folks.
This episode is pretty cool and just something different. I took a video so this episode will have video some place else but not here since this is the podcast feed and it's not a video thing, idk.. (OH and also: the key thing worked and also also gonna do a follow-up post on the MYAMER.CA page dissecting/exploring the lazer tag place with the funny name what was the name again?
I got it in my mind that today was the day to fix my fingernails and that without fixing my fingernails, nothing else could occur. As if that were the beginning, the middle and the end of my existence, as my existence stands, today, however ghostly. It costs so much to live but it is free to cure the plague of fingernails. This might not be accurate information. 4,000 words is not a lot of words. It is less than 4 million. I learned this in school. It was the only thing I had to learn into school before I knew that school was not the place I needed to go to do the real learning. Flesh is not the same as skin. I need to turn 400 dollars into 4,000 before I can think about fixing my fingernails but I can't make a penny without fixed fingernails. The most hilarious thing about this episode of the podcast is that it's not about fingernails, really, at all. It's about cuticles. Is there a band out there called Cuticles? Would just Cuticles be a better band name than The Cuticles. I think I prefer the former, but it's close. So the typing is the cure and this is the point. The making of the art, in and of every waking second, is the cure. And the cure is the money as the data adds up. In the future, money will be fingernails because our cuticles will be so strong that the fingernails will grow and shed themselves of our bodies before each day is done. I can't wait for this future fingernail money! Cuticles are just soil and life as it is in farming, the soil is the heart of the matter. The beating pulse beneath our feet from up which every aspect of life is birthed. Heaven is hell and hell is heaven. If you ever see thousands of vultures then you know all religion is a lie. The holiest men look down to the ground, to the dirt. They feel the soil and might even rub some of it on their skin. Fingernails are the motherless ghosts of the skin. I would never describe the mother as emollient or humectant but what else could the mother be but water? The mother surely isn't words. The words are all underground, far beneath the soil, hobnobbing with the hypothetical and metaphorical. I am not Hindu but would never hinder you, so perhaps I am? Would you hinder me? Would you cut my fingernails and put them in a stew? Would you feed the stew to your deceased female relatives as you put something on the television? The feeling of the cuticles against my lips. I can't be the first person to enjoy this mystery. But I am determined to be the first person to destroy it. We can harvest the future money together. We can give it back to the people who need it. The people who need it the most are always the people who feel like they deserve it the less. But things are changing. Everything's changing all the time.
I didn't feel like finishing this song so I played two songs instead: Everyday Song "Bargain Basement Meltdown" 9/11 party jam "Closer." Also, I changed my final score for these 2 films: BR is getting a 9.222 and BR2049 is getting a 9.223.
Track 2 off the of Guided by Voices Forever Since Breakfast EP is discussed with my typical flair and aplomb. Also I invent a sport involving competitive potato baking. And what has happened in computers over the last 7 years?