This week Rich speaks of a gas station bathroom that is a portal to another dimension. A cat named Mr. Fluffy is leaving body parts all over the house. And a dog named buttercup is pooping in strange places.
This week Rich continues expanding on his new adventurous life as he talks about doing a panel at Long Island Geek Convention about his comic book and the art of making comics. Rich explains the limited draw of this local convention. Hiding from security, a near miss argument with a DC comic artist and how the whole almost fell apart at the last minute. Mike tries to join in by telling a story from his tales of tech support hell. They also both tell tales of having to do best man speeches.
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This week Rich regals us with his experience playing basketball on the Suffolk County Freelancers. A rag tag group of misfits who sometime win amateur league basketball games. Then he moves on to his Bowling league and the creepy sad losers who are different from him somehow even though they all bowl in the same league.
This week Rather Be Dead invites back Dan McInerney to help us go through some news articles we found. We talk Tay the Microsoft twitter bot and how no one but assholes would be twitting it to begin with. Then we talk about a root bear that helps with assisted suicide and shame Mike when we realize the real secret of the article. Rich goes on a rant about breakfast cereal mascots after mentioning that furrie’s tweet at Tony the Tiger and we end talking about the Burger King kids club. Listen now and subscribe.
Rather Be Dead Invited Dan McInerney bad as our expert in music lyrics. Have you ever really though about what “A Horse with No Name” means. Or why Color Me Bad is as serious as cancer. Listen and find out.
Today Rather Be dead is proud to showcase the premier episode of our new podcast Wrestler Film Federation. The podcast where three judges pit two films starring professional wrestlers against each other and decide which one deserves to be the winner. For our first film we could not do better than No Holds Barred. This film is amazing and deserves the title of the first ever WFF champion. Mike “Baby Gorilla Hands” McInerney, Rich “The Million Dollar Brain” Spinello, and “Fatty Jackson” judge and score this movie on our 5 category system. Those scores will be used to compare with our next film to see which film will pile drive the other into submission.
We also take a look at some wrestler cameos in movies in our under-card fights. Can Kevin Nash as Super Shredder beat Triple H as a vampire in Blade Trinity? Or will The Big Show’s Captain Insano defeat Macho Man Randy Savage as Bonesaw and take the whole thing? Listen to find out. http://www.wffpodcast.com
This week RBD is honored to have a member of Riot Game’s League of Legends professional broadcasting team to talk professional gaming and video streaming. Can e-sports break out of the stereo type of people sitting alone in their basements and join the realm of main stream sports? We discuss League of Legends and MMOs in general. Where we see the e-sports going in the future and what will make it easier for the masses to get involved in professional gaming.