He Mostly Cums at Night, Mostly

Its 2019 and Caleb finally gets 2009’s internet.   Is only being a decade behind good for him but bad for the world?  What will he do with this new found power? Play PSNow? No, it still not good enough for that.  Nick on the other-hand has gone down that rabbit hole playing Bloodborne.  Is this just another in the “hard but fair” category?, Nick says no.

The “Birdbox Challenge” has taken an epic turn, for the dregs of humanity have now started driving to work blind-folded.  Do we even want to ponder how things will devolve from here?  Of course we do!

New Years Resolutions were so 2018, 2019 is personal mantra’s!  So the boys dig deep and set some lofty goals for 2019 all with the weight of a single word.

With all the retrospective that the new year brings, the boys talk about some baggage that you don’t need to bring with you this year.  Inspired by a segment of a recent “Okie Geek Podcastepisode (SoonerCon Festivus) featuring Aislinn Burrows, and Amber Hanneken.  They reflect on how nerd culture is a totally different animal today than it was, and that as a community parts of the past need to be left in the past.



Come Sail Away / Let It Go Smoosh-Up (STYX - Frozen - South Park cover) - Puddles Pity Party

Get this single http://smarturl.it/kx5hp1 This is a Smoosh-Up I do in my traveling road show. Dennis DeYoung wrote “Come Sail Away” which was featured in a MOANA commercial. Kristen Anderson-Lopez and Robert Lopez wrote “Let It Go” which was in Frozen. Smooshing up soundtracks is fun. So is recycling. Many thanks to my friends at LEWITT for the LCT 840 mic. It’s full of soup! No boloney. http://www.lewitt-audio.com

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RL Martin plays guitar. Sam Owens plays drums. Tim DeLaney plays bass and did sound. Andrew Woodman did pictures.

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