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  • Bald Move 10th Anniversary

    You never know what a search for Game of Thrones podcasts on iTunes circa 2012/2013 will find you. I remember when Mad Brew left and I heard Jim for the first time thinking "Who the hell is this guy?" What a rabbit hole we've all gone down together listening to you all over the years. And I cannot be happier that we did. Thank you.
  • Quarantine Eats

    My mom was raised in Brazil and so I was raised eating feijoada. I recently got an Instapot and this recipe makes it so quick! I only use 3 meats right now, not 4. Bacon, pork shoulder and sausage. 

    Served over white rice, it is perfection. 

    Plus it's easy to reheat and makes tons of leftovers.
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  • Coronavirus / COVID-19

    The Queen. NGL, I cried pretty hard. As they say in my Fortnite streams: let's go, dude.

    "We will meet again."

    Wow, that really sums up this pain for me. I want to talk to whoever wrote that. How fucking thrilling to write that line -- and with a great setup too. It's the truth. It's perfect. Bravo.
  • Westworld - 304: The Mother of Exiles

    Hopefully @Cecily @A_Ron_Hubbard and @Jim know there isn't a link yet...
    That's what I'm hoping too.  I would assume they would see the chat portion of it empty and realize something is up. 
  • Star Trek: Picard (Spoilers Included)

    You know what they say though! A show takes a few episodes to get going. Generally you should give it about as many episodes as there are producers on the show. 1 producer? You gotta nail the pilot. 4 producers? Well, you can take your time with it. More people, a little more feedback to finesse into a solid show. And Star Trek: Picard has, let's see...


    Twenty-two producers.

    So, sometime in season 3... it'll get good.

    (No this isn't a rule, just go with it; I had to set up the absurdity of 22 producers.)