R.I.P. Cort and Fatboy 2003-2012

Thursday, October 25th, 2012

by admin on October 25, 2012

Cort mentions at one point that today’s show feels like Nightcrawler at a dinner party, BAMFing in and out from different conversations. He’s not wrong – today’s show exercises many of the skills the learned, seasoned podcrafter will have gained after months of loading down their iPod with show after show. Leia Weathington and Byron Beck squirrel from subject to subject such as: Cookies. Dyeing your body parts. Halloween parties, and how to make a stick of butter sexy. Behind the scenes at the last televised Mayoral Debate in PDX. Arrow is kind of a good show. Anderson Cooper is super-cute. Lotus Birth. How men sit, and what it says about them. And probably some other stuff that’s been forgotten between when this was recorded and posted because too much BAMFing can mess with a guy’s memory.


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AugustePDX October 25, 2012 at 6:51 pm

Weird about the Real World kickball story, unless it wasn’t Recesstime, since the pitch (heh) for why registration is so expensive is that the league supposedly gets temp liquor licenses for the parks on game night. Is that a myth I bought into?

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Peg leg Pete October 29, 2012 at 3:36 pm

i know this is a couple days late, and it’s a minor thing probably no one cares about me, but i thought i’d weigh in on Arrow anyway.

I’ve been a Green Arrow fan for years, mostly the Longbow Hunters stuff, but some of the early 2000′s run as well (this isn’t exactly a correction, but GA has had a history of killing bad guys occasionally). I really enjoyed the Year One mini the did a couple years ago.

Anyway, I was very nervous about this new show because of the CW’s track record with superhero shows.

I have to say that, over all I really like the show. They’ve taken him in the more “urban hunter” style that I prefer from the Mike Grell days.

I only have one real complaint, and that is the portrayal of Olliver Queen himself. He is supposed to be very charismatic, roughly equivalent to Tony Stark. I understand that in the mythology of the show he’s only just been rescued, but so far Ollie is about as charming as a block of ice.

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