@Jim @A_Ron_Hubbard The 303 podcast ends kinda abruptly without an outro. Was it intentional or was something cutoff? The 15 people that listen to this podcast are furious!
I didn’t @ them but I guess I did add to the problem. Sorry about that. I really hope you weren’t flogged.
Okay, a few tips: don't @ my bosses when you don't want me to get in trouble. I thought that was obvious but I guess it needs to be said.Secondly, I uploaded the correct episode this morning! Just try deleting and re-downloading the episode if it doesn't work for you the first time.BALD MOVE BONERRRSSSSS #8: Hiring Cecily? Dpn't count me out yet - I still have 5 days to turn a profit!!!!!
WHYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYY???????????I mean, I know why. But still... fresh wound.
Damn, Lori. That was tough to watch.
How much blame/focus goes on Eileen's shoulders? As the producers said, a night on the couch for your big star meal-ticket might be a good idea. Is that an issue with the plot driving the character decisions, or something that Eileen would do? I tend to think Eileen would have just used cash to help Lori out.
At that time, VHS porn was already big. But video stores were, for the most part, local “mom & pop” outfits (Blockbuster didn’t exist...yet) that catered to their community. But they all had a curtained off area in the back for the x-rated tapes. So porn was a big part of CES and actually selling tapes to store owners was a big part of exhibiting there. (You could get great deals on the last day!) By then, though, the porn booths were in a completely different hotel and eventually split off to be the Video Business Show (which we also published a magazine for.)
My best story (besides playing blackjack with King Kong Bundy) was when I won a contest for a date with Kitten Natividad (a Russ Meyers model/actress...look her up). You had to guess her measurements, weight, height and shoe size(!) to win. I had all my models cruise the booth and give me their opinions before I entered. I won, but the “date” included her husband and a rep from the video company. But at least they gave me $100 to game a bit. I lost it all. But I still have the photo of her and me.
Secondly, I uploaded the correct episode this morning! Just try deleting and re-downloading the episode if it doesn't work for you the first time.
BALD MOVE BONERRRSSSSS #8: Hiring Cecily? Dpn't count me out yet - I still have 5 days to turn a profit!!!!!
Will re-download for the remaining Deucy goodness. Thanks for your help!
However, if it happens again, I have the power to suppress your complaint. Not that I would, but...if I think it's a matter of local security, then I will suppress your whistleblowing.
I am a self described former "90s rave kid" and its hard to put into words just how important the club they showed in this episode is to the whole DJ/Club scene. The Paradise Garage is an epicenter of inclusion. A mostly gay-black club in the eighties, but accepting of all it had LEGENDARY DJ Larry Levan at the decks (and I think they tried to show he was spinning in the episode.)
If your interested its definitely "worth a google".
I mean, I know why. But still... fresh wound.
I was kind of holding it together, until it planned out and Big Mike is slumped against the wall, quietly sobbing, and I'm like well fuck, we all crying now.
My only complaint is that Eileen’s “realization”...I forgot what its called meat hammer? ham fisted?
My biggest fear is for Lori. I don’t see that arch ending well.
Frankie off the bus in the “Italian Stallion” shirt...awesome.
I tend to think Eileen would have just used cash to help Lori out.
I say this from the perspective of having the experience of someone in my life killing herself. I can pick out all the small things that might have changed it, but I think the outcome was going to be the same no matter what. My experience is that it takes a massive intervention, and that kind of intervention is not something that Lori had access to.
I didn't get to watch until last night and I was completely unspoiled. I didn't think it was going to end well, but that was beyond not ending well.