or: Is James Franco the modern Lucille Ball?
Chris and Hunter discuss their collective War Crime It’s a Mad, Mad, Mad, Mad World with Cajun correspondent Jacob Graves! Chris picks an insanely high-point Southern Stout that’ll make you go “mad” (times 4!). In Special Features, the Dudes discuss what makes a great movie title in (Insert Title Here) – which movie titles do they love, and which do they despise? *PLUS* Fellow Rocky fanboy Jacob Graves gives his take on our inaugural Civil War!
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00:08:56 – Review – It’s a Mad, Mad, Mad, Mad World
00:35:56 – Beer Recommendation: KBS (Kentucky Breakfast Stout) by Founders Brewing Co.
“Calina” – Sam Means
00:40:06 – Intermission
00:45:23 – Special Features – (Insert Title Here)
“All I Ever Wanted” – Sam Means
01:10:10 – Really Rad Recommendations
or: Your stalker is like the nebbishy, Woody Allen Godzilla.
Hunter and Chris blast off with a review of The Martian – the mega-hit movie about Matt Damon marooned of Mars. Chris picks a ruby-hued ale that reminds him of the red planet, and is brewed in homage in Oklahoma. Then in Special Features, the Dudes discuss the career of Sir Ridley Scott in Reviewing Ridley. PLUS – Chris sticks it to the man over Dangerous Men! PLUS (part two) – Hunter’s childhood dream comes true when he gets an internet stalker!!
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00:08:18 – Review – The Martian
00:35:49 – Beer Recommendation: Revival Red Ale by Marshall Brewing Company
“Cherokee Red” – Smokey & The Mirror
00:39:04 – Special Features – Reviewing Ridley
“Buckets of Rain” – Smokey & The Mirror
01:05:21 – Really Rad Recommendations
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“Those who dream by night in the dusty recesses of their minds wake in the day to find that all was vanity; but the dreamers of the day are dangerous men, for they may act their dream with open eyes, and make it possible.” T.E. Lawrence
What is your white whale?
I’m talking about something that becomes an inescapable vortex of time and space whenever it crosses your mind. Something that can instantly turns a five minute phone call into a two hour forum with a single off-handed comment. Something you want so bad that you’ve knowingly downloaded weird files from dark corners of the internet for the improbable chance they might actually end your long and arduous search for it.
Do you have one of those?
What are you supposed to do when you finally catch it?
I’ve been attempting to answer this question for the past week.