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Show 19 – The NSA’s PRISM and random movie chat
OK, so I lied about getting this out by the end of last week! My apologies. That pesky “real life” thing kept getting in the way. Better late than never, though! MLCTF Show 19
Tuesday but it feels like Monday
Hello all! It has been a long time since I have posted. I am going to try and do a better job at this. Seems like life catches up and I don’t take the time to lay down by thoughts. I hope everyone had a safe and enjoyable Memorial Day weekend. It is still notContinue reading “Tuesday but it feels like Monday”
Show #15 – In Which We Get Serious
Sorry for the lack of updates last week! Rando was on vacation and we didn’t record, so I pushed back this one. Ok, the truth is, I forgot to put it up on Friday. Sorry. But Rando is on vacation!! We tackle the Boston Marathon bombing and the state of modern journalism this time around. Continue reading “Show #15 – In Which We Get Serious”
Show #7: Facebook, What we’re listening to, and a public service announcement
Show #7 has arrived! For this week’s episode, we discuss Facebook, what music we’ve been listening to lately, and we make a public service announcement concerning our B-movie. MLCTF Show 7
Episode 6: Star Wars, Zombies, and a dramatic reading of Thrift Store
Welcome back! Episode 6 features a discussion of JJ Abrams directing Star Wars, zombies, and Lefty does a dramatic reading of Macklemore’s “Thrift Shop”! MLCTF Show 6 Our B-Movie review is of Roger Corman’s Battle Beyond the Stars.
Episode 5 is here!!
On today’s episode, we talk (OK, we rant) about reality TV and talk about unappreciated movies. MLCTF Show 5
We’re almost a month into 2013 and so far I’m not very happy at how it’s gone. I began the year unemployed, having been laid off two weeks before Christmas. On New Year’s Eve, after being sick for more than a week during the holiday, I finally went to the doctor to be told IContinue reading
Earl Weaver, RIP
Former Baltimore Orioles manager Earl Weaver, who led his team to a World Series championship in 1971, passed away today at age 82. Earl was a colorful character (to put it mildly) who never shied away from an argument with an umpire. He’ll be remembered fondly in the city Baltimore for his time with theContinue reading “Earl Weaver, RIP”