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Nov 19 2015

Episode 90: Hey Posterity, Enjoy This

0090 Off Topic 6Dear listeners, this episode is a multiple of 15, which means this is our sixth Off-Topic Episode!

I know most of you know what this means, but if you’re a new to our podcast, here’s what’s going on:

Our episodes are edited. Like, a lot. We edit because we love you. Most of the stuff that gets clipped out just goes away into the digital aether, but sometimes, the edited material is fun enough to keep. So this episode is constructed from the bits that were clipped out of the prior 14 episodes.

The segments you are about to hear were recorded between May and November 2015. Aside from the voices of Windy and myself, you will hear:

Cetius Scotchbringer
Molly Glover
Eric Knight
Noel Thingvall
Pat Wick
Fes Works

Further show notes behind the cut!

Movies mentioned (in no particular order):
Ordinary People
The Crucible (theater)
Dune
Fantasy Island (TV)
Mad Max: Fury Road
Doom / Doom 2 (video game)
Tomorrowland
Prometheus
Star Wars: The Phantom Menace
Star Wars: Attack of the Clones
The Star Wars Holiday Special
Highlander
Gerald’s Game (book)
Fury
Inglourious Basterds
Django Unchained
Twilight series (books and movies)

People mentioned (in no particular order):
Anthony Rapp
John Carpenter
Mary Tyler Moore
Margaret Sixel
George Miller
Tom Hardy
Damon Lindelof
Bob Fosse
Brad Pitt
Quentin Tarantino
Leonardo DiCaprio

1 comment

  1. GreyDuck

    I PLAYED THAT ARMY OF DARKNESS SOUND MOD. LOVED IT. (And the Barney mod, among others. And I MADE two mods, one of guitar riffs and another of Babylon 5 sound clips.)

    My Yes fan phase coincided with the release of the Anderson Bruford Wakeman Howe record (really? you creative geniuses couldn’t come up with a BAND NAM?) and “Union”. I saw a concert for the “Union” tour, in the round, in a terrible sports-arena dome thing outside of Los Angeles. Nosebleed seats, too. Ugh. Great performances, I think, though the haze of pot smoke obscured things a bit…

    I keep meaning to watch “Inglorious Basterds,” yet haven’t. Clearly, I need to remedy this oversight.

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