The fellas talk about Stephen L Miles commercials in Baltimore in the 1990s.
There's a quick plot review for Act 8 Breakdown and some speaking on psychedelic drugs.
Baby Blue's story arc really picks up steam.
- Beatles pre and post psychedelic drugs
Dave can't seem to figure out this song that he wrote.
-Heavy Metal movie
"Joe Gallagher kicking down the door."
"This is neither here nor there. This isn't a football podcast."\
*spoiler alert* for the show "The Detour" at 21 minutes
- The fellas talk at great length about comic book movies which naturally leads into another prolonged discussion on Star Wars.
CRANK IT UP YOU FUCKING WHORES
Gone for good is what I'm getting
Death to me's a new direction
But I want to make myself just suffer
'Cause shit is all there is
Wishing crazy to me through the slumber
Slouching closely to restricted thunder
Crashed through motionless it becomes laughter
So crank it up you fucking whores
Let's talk about it
The seascape melts into a laughing flower
Slathered by gynecologic power
Flowing gushing forth like arms of plunder
And tripping balls just like the savior
Crank it up you fucking whores
Notes on a forsaken podcast:
- Dave and Brian are of a mind for conspiracy that ain't aliens.
- Then they postulatize about pre-history, North America, Clovis Culture, and water erosion on the Sphynx.
- Here's why the bad guys are right in modern Science Fiction.
- Dave and Brian spoil BSG for anybody to lazy to have already seen the reboot.
- The fellas compare and contrast the USA, France, the Roman Empire, and Ancient Greece.
- Then they explain how Germany used Mongolian militarybtactics in WWII.\
- The 1940s were a legitimate armageddon on this planet.
- Dave talks about his latest historical obsession the An Lushan Rebellion.
- Genghis Khan and Julius Caesar are in the Big Opera.
- Brian badmouths "the kids" at 39 minutes.
Here be me notes, matey!
- Dave steals a Simpsons joke.
- Ryan, Made, and Dave party in the 80s.
- Tenacious D shout out
- Profanity is a human construct and therefore arbitrary.
- Dave tries to give Brian theme songs to the different aspects of his life,
- Stone Cold Steve Austin mention at 14 minutes.
- Dave got a message from Andrew Grimm: "Here's the album that I wrote last week." !!!!!
- Beatles reference at 21 minutes.
- Beatles again at 38.
- The fellas discuss the upcoming Star Trek series.
- Jeri Ryan and Dana Delaney's show is Brian's favorite.
- Dave rhapsodizes over BBC's Planet Earth II
HOW DO YOU LIKE THAT
Life is useless so is love
Blood is nothing done is done
Take me backwards over there
Once a lifetime never fair NO
Will it ever end Iwish it could
Where's they sting like it should
Life done broke me all fucked up
Nothing's happening nothing's up
Didn't ask to be here so
Let's drop the curtain it's time to go see it said
See where you're at
How do you like that
If I were Shakespeare I'd write a song
Of romantic longings and soliloquies sung
Death and carnage would not despair
The choices made would cloud the air
But I ain't Shakespeare I ain't a man
I've taken it all I've bitten the hand
I've stared at the abstract claiming it's truth
I punctured the priest in the confessional booth
Didn't care more yesterday How can it seem to be that way when you're dead
So where you at How do you like that
Here's my notes on this podcast:
- Ian speaks about being an audio engineer at AAPS Productions.
- Country music gets another shout out.
- The gang talks about the mystical qualities of "The Final Countdown" and the song's relationship to the World Champion Baltimore Ravens.
- "Less gory and more esoteric."
- Ian lays out the floor plan to Sheffield Studios.
- Dave recalls the giant reverb box at social services.
- Brian badmouths "kids today" at 20 minutes.
- Mutt Lange is Shania Twain to Dave and Def Leppard to Ian.
- Beatles mention at 29 minutes.
- The story of "The Ballad Of Abraham Redfoot."
Porcupinetree shout out.
Exploding erupting orgasmic and more
See through the ceiling and punch through the floor
Huff like a big bad wolf and kick down that door
Blue like horizons on the oceanless shores
Blue is the color inevitably
The blues is the core and the Earth is the sea
Unkind unkempt ungainly
Blue is the color the masses see
Blue like the glass hewn desert
Blue like the drugs of comfort
Blue like the song of the used and oppressed
Blue like the mood of the sad and depressed
Do you have an armageddon I can borrow
The waters rise and suffocate
The air hangs burning concentrate
Do you have an armageddon I can borrow