Episode 103 – Of Broken Toasters and Lying to Kick It

by admin on January 23, 2012

Dawn is laid low over the weekend by a stomach illness, which is perfect timing for a woman trying to lay out the pieces of her life and build interesting machines from them. The show delves into the mind of the duplicitous nerd, trying to discern why they lie, and why they assign importance to things that should be superficial at best, and from there, goes toodling through some musings on the egalitarian nature of art, and where “making a living” should rate on the “I want to be a podcaster” scale of desires. Also, some discussion on the television programs Being Human, Private Practice, Gossip Girl, and the disappointment of being Jamie Kennedy.

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Mandeh January 24, 2012 at 10:05 am

Pop culture knowledge might not be currency but it can still get you laid – or not laid – at cons/events… I love watching some guy try to talk his way into a Superwoman cosplayers’s panties by bs’ing how much he knows about Doctor Who. “Oh, yeah, no, the Fifth guy was totally my favorite, you know, the one with the box he traveled in…”


Roffle January 24, 2012 at 5:01 pm

“Private Practice” is still a thing? What the hell?

”Being Human” is Canadian.


Jones January 25, 2012 at 9:35 am

I agree that Sam Sam version of “Being Human” is better.


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