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You Had to Ask #67 
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Friday, January 17th, 2014 | 07:20 pm (UTC) - Oh WHAT?!!?!
Anonymous
Snap?!?!

No More Mail Call Riffing?!?!
After all this laughing and bitching and gripping, they've decided to axe that section?
You've gotta find a new thing to fill that void...
might I suggest a q and a series or something where you look to the future?

Maybe you could revive your star trek comic, or branch out into some new media?
Game History? Click based adventure games and the like?

maybe toby benson can get a feature show outright? stuffy and friends would be a funny show for sure...

Maybe, finally, your wife could have her own show?
That'd be cool to see: she seemed to be holding back a lot of her perspective, and would have a lot of ice breakers and
Saturday, January 18th, 2014 | 01:12 am (UTC) - you had to ask # 67
Anonymous
first question: if you could own either the delorean time machine from back to the future or the spinner air car from blade runner which vehicle would you choose and why? second question: have you ever watched the john carpenter film they live? third and final question: have you ever listened to any songs by the rock band the cult? corey donaldson ps if you enjoy listening to great rock music check out these songs by the cult on youtube like go west,a flower in the desert,rider in the snow,she sells sanctuary,love,rain,wildflower,peace dog,love removal machine,sunking,american horse and soul asylum.
Saturday, January 18th, 2014 | 08:27 am (UTC) - Mark of the Beast
Anonymous
After watching this You Had to Ask, I just wanted to say (in response to Thomas Brady's question) that in certain places, things like the Bible Code and Mark of the Beast are extremely relevant to talk about!

I live in the midwest USA and have very "traditional" Christian family in Missouri--one family member being a reverend who specializes in preaching on the End Times--so those videos were particularly interesting for me. I hear warnings about the Mark of the Beast every single time I visit, and this family member alone preaches all over the country on that specific subject. It's a huge concern for a lot of people, and (in my experience) causes people to have unfounded and vehement opposition to things like medical advances if it has any possible way to be construed as that Mark.

All that to say, I think it just depends on your own experience and environment, so it's definitely interesting/entertaining to some of us. But it's fun to be exposed to new stuff too, even if we haven't heard of it before. c:
Saturday, January 18th, 2014 | 02:57 pm (UTC) - no Riffing???
Anonymous
WTF??? That is one of the best segments!! Screw the good news, I love seeing Steve riff on how stupid the population of Hagerstown is.
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