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Attewell is brilliant, as per usual; SEK is scattered, as per usual. Enjoy!
Us talking about it in the .mp3 of formats for them that prefer such.
Our very civilized discussion of the premiere (S03E01).
Fancy-talking about “Dark Wings, Dark Words” (S03E02).
Here we are blathering on about “Walk of Punishment” (S03E03).
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What happened to all your visual rhetoric posts. They were awesome! You keep referencing them in the podcasts, but they never appear. Are you being disincentivized by Obamacare?
I’m referring to earlier ones. For the moment, I’m a little wary about posting new ones, so I’ve got a bunch in the queue set to post whenever the reason for my wariness absconds with itself.
The wariness is spoiler-related?
No, copyright related. We got slapped with a take down order on one of my previous posts, so I’m a little wary about future ones until we figure out some fair use things.
Nice work this week.
Thanks for listening!
You have no qualms about showing us that Maynard G. Krebs monstrosity on the end of your chin last week, but this week you’re afraid we’ll laugh at your LAUNDRY?
Like we could discern that they were undies anyway, with the resolution on that camera.
:: huff ::
Good show, tho. Per usual.
It wasn’t nearly Krebsian … it’s just I’m lazily creative with facial hair, and just do whatever to it. For example, if you dare me to grow a mustache, my wife will hate you forever. If you double-dog dare me, it’ll curl.
I wouldn’t want your wife to hate me forever!
Six months, maybe….
Wife of a Well-Bearded (and Mustachio’d!) Dude
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