Show #131: Sushi Dragon Boat

The hoodoo-third-one episode of our podcast, Paul and Storm Talk About Some Stuff for Five to Ten Minutes (On Average), is now online.

This week’s episode: first day of filming for LearningTown, our awesome and fun crew, crazy costumes, and Non-Disclosure Agreements; jumping right in and eating invertebrates; resist the urge to be a douchebag, and Hollywood Douchebags revisited; concurrent bonus material; Getting Excited About Space: meeting Bobak Ferdowsi, discovering planets, and terraforming; losing sleep to Civ 5 and Atari Adventure; Roderick on the Line; Clean Giant, Dirty Giant, and the entitled mobs shopping at Whole Foods; and here we come, Hal-Con!

Show #131: Sushi Dragon Boat



  1. Posted October 25, 2012 at 9:43 pm | Permalink

    I’m very excited to see you guys at Hal-Con! It’ll be my first convention. You’re actually the reason I looked into it at all, and now I’m going to be volunteering. Should be fun!

  2. mtgordon
    Posted October 26, 2012 at 10:24 am | Permalink

    I realize this is slightly spammish, but it’s very relevant:

    It was designed by the same person who won the JoCo t-shirt design contest a few years back.

  3. Brett Glass
    Posted November 2, 2012 at 1:10 am | Permalink

    It was an Invertebrate of the Sea experience, and yet nothing exploded? Darn. Dave Barry would be disappointed.

    As for getting someone to bring a plate of food: when you’re the boss in any business (including mine, which is far from Hollywood), you can do that. You’re paying those employees to help you out, and you get to make the call. If in your judgment it’s worth their time you can ask them to do it. But tantrums? You guys aren’t the type.

    In reference to getting excited about space, here’s some appropriate a cappella (tweeted this link two weeks ago, but don’t know if you saw it):

    I wonder how many folks got your Twilight Zone reference.

  4. Brett Glass
    Posted November 2, 2012 at 8:31 pm | Permalink

    P.S. — If you have another w00tstock on the East Coast, The Chromatics would be a great group to invite.

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