Saturday, April 20, 2019

Show notes - Episode 188: Momager Approved

Hey, friends!

I hope you are finding ways to enjoy yourselves on this rainy Saturday, and if not - well, I hope I can help. I did some yelling, talked about meeting people, had a chat with [most of] a band, and did some other stuff. Let's get to it!

Click here to download the episode!

After a brief rant, Pat rambles on seeing Drake Bell (5:11) then Paul Virzi (11:25), your favorite TV Ted (14:39), and some new games to play (19:05). Plus a conversation with Left of Love (22:16), a song from their debut EP (44:00), baseball stuff (47:34), and more!


I realize that the crappy car music gets muted when I do noise removal during editing. But it still grinds my gears that: a) it comes through at all, and b) that people feel the need to play their *coin* music at that high a volume. Be considerate, dammit!

Friends, if you have the chance to see Dominy and/or Drake Bell, go do it. Their sweet tunes are wonderful, and you may have a chance to meet them afterward - and that's always neat. Similarly (I can only use that word in print): go see Brian Six, Kris Tinkle, and/or Paul Virzi if you can. They are hilarious and you may also get a chance to meet with them, so there's really no downside unless your partner buys the fancy expensive drinks when it's your turn to pay. Now enjoy this proof that two of us don't know where the hard cam is:

I am not surprised that Ted Buckland was voted the official favorite TV Ted, because he is just wonderful. I am surprised that no one voted for Ted Mosby, considering how popular his show was. Though my colleague did say to me the other day that she would have picked that Ted, saying: "He's a pain in the ass, and he's a guy you wanna smack upside the head. But you also would enjoy hanging out with him and having a few drinks." I will count that as a vote for Evelyn, and say thanks to Michele for that answer! And thank you all for coming to my TED Talk.

Many thanks also go to Matt and Ryan from Left of Love for joining me this week! It was great, and there were definitely no audio issues at all. Ever. As terrifying as these interviews are for me, I always enjoy that people take the time to answer my elementary questions. Get their debut EP, Lost and Found, and stick around after the credits to hear a bonus question!

And that's that, friends! Enjoy the new vidya games and the baseball, or whatever is up in your world this week. Thanks so much for coming by, and check back tomorrow for some dessert!

Until then, don't do anything I wouldn't do!

Crap open a cold one!

(This post was brought to you by Broad Street Bound.)

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