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  • What makes Bald Move so good?

    They’re OK, I guess
    MichelleA_Ron_HubbardDummybazjensterJoshuaHeterKate23NoeliMatty94OldGriswold
  • 2nd Annual Not Actually Groundhog Day, Groundhog Day Marathon - Saturday, February 9th, 2019

    Will we be getting the slight audio bleed of the movies through the vocal mics like last year?  It was immensely helpful from a “listening more than watching” standpoint.

    Murderbearcdrive
  • 4.10 Winner (Season Finale)

    Hunkulese said:
    They’re good at making us kinda gloss over Jimmy’s problem behavior, like they did with Walt.  That guff Jimmy fed the applicant, Esposito - clearly bunkum. Jimmy is proof of that. The copier sales people were going to give him a chance because of his patter even though they saw a giant red flag on his resume. More impressively, Jimmy (w/Chuck) did the work on Sandpiper Crossing and was full cocobolo at Schweikert and Coakley. Jimmy's bad choices got him where he is now. 
    I still think Walt is a way better person than Jimmy. There's almost nothing redeeming about Jimmy except he's charming. I thought what Jimmy did to Irene was worse than anything Walt ever did because it was a 100% selfish act against a 100% innocent victim. Say what you will about Walk, but I do think he truly believed his actions were to help his family and/or Jesse.

    In my eyes, Jimmy did absolutely nothing this season to redeem himself in the slightest.
    Hunkulese said:
    They’re good at making us kinda gloss over Jimmy’s problem behavior, like they did with Walt.  That guff Jimmy fed the applicant, Esposito - clearly bunkum. Jimmy is proof of that. The copier sales people were going to give him a chance because of his patter even though they saw a giant red flag on his resume. More impressively, Jimmy (w/Chuck) did the work on Sandpiper Crossing and was full cocobolo at Schweikert and Coakley. Jimmy's bad choices got him where he is now. 
    I still think Walt is a way better person than Jimmy. There's almost nothing redeeming about Jimmy except he's charming. I thought what Jimmy did to Irene was worse than anything Walt ever did because it was a 100% selfish act against a 100% innocent victim. Say what you will about Walk, but I do think he truly believed his actions were to help his family and/or Jesse.

    In my eyes, Jimmy did absolutely nothing this season to redeem himself in the slightest.
    Uh, Walt straight up killed people
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  • Podcast Wrapup - April 24th

    rhcoop said:
    My absolute favorite moment of the podcast was the impromptu skit about Darryl's woodcraft and putting his pant legs into his boots to avoid ticks.  That fed  into a skit where Darryl is furious about Eugene's shorts and why he doesn't wear jeans.  Jeans are in your name, Eugene!  Thousands of empty jeans laying around in huskey boy sizes, put on some GD Denim!

    I wish I knew which episode that was on so I could listen to that again.  I laughed and laughed at that one. 
    Ep 510, Them
    rhcoopA_Ron_Hubbard
  • Life is Strange

    Hardly noticed the technical problems, although it definitely helps if you’ve played the game and already have the gist of the plot.

    But goddamn, this was such a great BM playthrough. So many hysterical one-liners and quips... I loved it. The “‘A’ Key Breaky” fiasco was on par with Stormin’ Norma levels of hilarity.

    And yeah, the implication at the end of the episode is absolutely that Rachel possesses some sort of supernatural... something. Might serve to explain who that ghostly deer is from the original game that always seems to appear around Max & Chloe at critical locations / times (the lighthouse, the junkyard, etc.)...
    A_Ron_Hubbard