Welcome to the live feedback podcast for this week’s episode where we mostly talk about what attachments Aaron needs for his Army of Darkness arm.
It’s been 10 years since Sorkin and Fincher released The Social Network, a movie about the origins of Facebook. So how has it aged? Join us on the podcast as we discuss this, and many other questions.
When we were commissioned to cover Don Hertzfeldt’s World of Tomorrow shorts, we weren’t sure if we’d even do it. Animated shorts aren’t usually our thing. We made an exception since they’re science fiction and it turns out that was the right call. World of Tomorrow is an excellent mediation on our lives and how we lead them through the lens of a future version of a girl named Emily and a clone of a man named David. Join us for far-reaching and interesting conversation about what it all means.
Thanks again to Grant for commissioning this project. You can get your very own custom commissioned podcast by visiting support.baldmove.com.
Lunchtime! This week we talk about Warhammer and Wizards teaming up for some 40k-flavored cards before moving on to TCGs in general and their value as collectibles. We also discuss our favorite cheeses, advice for making it easier to move, and much more.
We’re back for another round of live call-ins with our stereo.com/baldmove audience. Visit the link and download the app to join us every Wednesday night @ 9pm eastern!
A.Ron gives his nomination for the best villain in TV history. Alexis Goble and Anthony cover the famous catspaw attack (Catelyn III) and Steve explores the rules of smokeman-assassin gameplay.
Join us for a discussion of Steven Spielberg’s incredibly breezy, semi-biographical movie based on the life of a high-school-aged 1960’s check forger who collected over $4m in cash before being caught by the FBI.
This week we talk about episodes 6 & 7 of WandaVision, Jim talks about the first episode of For All Mankind, A.Ron finishes Doom Patrol, and Jim sort of recommends Matt Berry’s Toast of London.
The first TV show I ever sat down to watch was Sesame Street. Every day since then I’ve wanted to know what would drive a person to peel and wear the skin of another being. Well, it only took television 35 years to catch up with the depravity of four-year-old Jim and “We Are the End of the World” has given me the answer. Join us as we discuss this Whisperer-focused episode of The Walking Dead.
Lunchtime! This week we talk about more financial stuff including the Gamestop congressional hearings, Jim’s recent experience trading options, and blockchain sports highlight investing. We also discuss our nostalgia for the giant Nintendo ad that was “The Wizard” and how we had no idea that it was an ad as children. Finally we answer a bunch of listener questions.
Thanks for joining us for the very first Stereo feedback episode. We’re trying something new with this to get audience participation for an interactive feedback show each week. Download the app at Stereo.com/baldmove and join us each week for the live show, or you can send your feedback emails to firstname.lastname@example.org and we’ll consider it after the first 8 episodes.