Despite my starting out of the tent (fort), this episode recovers and leds us careening through a variety of subjects. Florida makes several appearances and Mike and Spike bring the smut. We, verbally, visit the Middle East, Massa's and the back room of the Best Show. Foreshortened due to a glitch in my new mp3 converter. "I don't care, you win some; you lose some."
This was truly a wild one. Kormodd gets kicked around a bit. Dave stages a Cyber-Pirate attack. Mike throws people out of Massa’s and uses movies to comfort the survivors of the guy he killed. Tons of movie talk. P.C. loves Sarah and Dinosaur Jr., while, tiring of Sonic Youth and their shenanigans. Fredericks’ joke falls flat.
Capitalist prostitution. Scotland’s independence. ISIS/ISIL talk.
9/11 and the Saudis (band name?). Political Islam.
Mike joins us to talk about L.B.J. and Billie Sol Estes.
They’re dropping like flies at Massa’s: The Sleeper and Dog Fucker bite the dust.
Suicide drinking. Massa’a movie: The Russians Are Coming.
More movie talk- Scorsese and Tarantino get judged. The Supreme Court.
Golf. The Year Punk Broke,
Kormodd takes Stan down (?) and recommends Border Radio.
“Our original course must have been in error.”
Dave from Knoxville Sarah: best Best Show caller of all time?
Dave returns. Mike returns. T.V. talk. Movie talk. Prescription drugs.
“Can you believe what they show on T.V. these days? “ “It’s of kind of a cult.”
Weird pre-game football. The medium changes the message. JESUS!
Fredericks’ failed joke. Why would you listen to this?
The bottle rocket that broke the camel’s spine. Actions have consequences.
P.C Mike takes down Gene Simmons. Thanks for Bitslap.
The future of Mike’s Skype Thing. A closing thing to make you paranoid.
This was a fun one. Cory claims to have poured beer on Todd Rungrend, Mike's movies go south, but his work situation is improving slightly. We discuss Satryicon, thieving friends, Fredericks' shelf, Doukhobors and much, much more.
Utopia = Cory and Todd, Talking behind Kormodd’s back,
Fish in the rain-barrel, Satyricon, N.Y.U., P.C. Mike’s crime report,
Thieving friends, The end of the world, Dougald’s coming to Florida,
Tech problems disrupt Massa’s movie, Mike is an outsider in Bayonne,
Massa’s stories include profanity and “The Moush” which leads us into a discussion of bullshit artists and breaking donkey ribs,
Fredericks’ shelf, Mike’s cousin looks miserable,
Airplanes> UFO talk, Canada has a long history of weirdness,
Doukhobors, Burning Man, Leapers, Gapers, Shakers, Quakers,
Snowden anti-government?, No scientific revolution in the East, Little Putin,
Mike misses his nap, then talks about bedbugs, Mike’s work situation is improving,
Tax advice, New Port Richey, Vermin Supreme,
Politics in Florida, Corporatism, Sarah, The future of Mike’s Skype Thing.
A delightful chat abruptly ended by an undercharged recorder. Rich people are discussed-including Mike's Bill Gates connection-as are Spike, Stalin and Mike's manager. Mike asks a couple science questions that we try our best to answer. We also cover a bunch of other stuff.
In this episode, we spend a good deal of time talking about music and movies. That doesn't prevent us from also discussing Best Show calls, award shows and street sleepers. Mike teases us with Best Show secret projects. Fredericks offers relaxation techniques. Brian shares a disturbing tale involving a communication tech.
Yinka Adeshina for Governor 2014! Street sleepers. Another Best Show secret project. Best Show is returning soon.
Massa'a movie talk. Music talk includes Kinks vs. Stones. Award shows.
Germany is getting capitalism right. Magic Christian. P.C. Mike recounts a Best Show call.
Beatles talk. Hee Haw's surprising longevity. Brian's college disorientation. "He didn't flush!"
This is a long one, some people showed up late, and I didn't want to be rude by ending the show. Besides, Mike was fully engaged. Tons of topics are discussed. The events in Ferguson, Mo. are covered, as are, John Popper's taunting tweets The Best Show, Mike's work, movies, even Zach Galifianakis' Christmas party. It moves right along.
Mike says he's taking August off. Then, he surprisingly sticks around for the whole show! He tells a great Massa story. We discuss a bunch of different topics including: movies, the Prohibition, Spike and the Grateful Dead.
This show flows atop a sea of alcohol. And while it gets loose, it never falls completely apart. Although A.P. Mike does get tossed overboard several times.
Mike's computer is too dusted to Skype. So, we carry on without him. Topics include: possible crime, philosophy, movies, novelty songs and much much more.