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sorcery!

Posted by DoctorSage

Google Hangout is possibly one of the best things that ever happened to this website.

Posted by damonstein

what is tuesday

Posted by nomtank

Live and RAW.

Posted by TruthTellah

This podcast is fine and all.

But if you are at a computer, you should really watch the full experience.

Posted by NickLott

It's Tuesday! (In Australia)

Posted by Shinoadr

awesome!

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Posted by csl316

Does the video version have crazy effects??

Posted by Encephalon

Alien Vinny was my favorite!

Posted by monkeystick

I like my Tuesdays like I like my Mondays: Monday.

Posted by JJBSterling

I liked moon Vinny.

Posted by Undeadpool

THE FUTURE IS NOW!!

Posted by OriginalYellow

THE EARLIEST TUESDAY

Edited by ArbitraryWater

I would highly endorse that anyone with the time watch the video version of this podcast.

Posted by ripelivejam

shark talk was a bit morbid, er, spooky

need to watch the vid when i get home (didn't want to kill my 3g)

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Posted by LordLOC

Google Hangout is possibly one of the best things that ever happened to this website.

It's just a shame the video quality is usually ass. Other than that, hangouts is pretty awesome.

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Edited by Fuwano

@csl316: No special effects unless you count Vinny's cam effects.

Posted by armaan8014

Sexy time!

Posted by HammondofTexas

Happy New Year to my favorite community of duders!

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Madness. A Bombcast on Monday?

Posted by bybeach

Thank you for the Bomb cast! Got a kick out of all the hats, Vinny looks like a new man(lol!!) Brad like another poster said, does look like Kasivin.

Funny, I do not see that comment, or may others I saw last night, I think.

But thank you.

Posted by None_Braver

They live in California. Why would they even need to own a knit hat? For when it drops to 50?

Posted by sawtooth

happy new year.

i'm going to sleep...

Posted by oobs

you dont need to pay 30 dollars to swim with sharks here just swim at any beach and get attacked tends to work also for a close up of a shark

Posted by PandaBear

They live in California. Why would they even need to own a knit hat? For when it drops to 50?

Have you ever been to San Francisco?

Posted by None_Braver

@none_braver said:

They live in California. Why would they even need to own a knit hat? For when it drops to 50?

Have you ever been to San Francisco?

I've lived in Wyoming and Wisconsin my whole life so I know what cold is. I can't imagine SF getting cold enough to wear winter stuff other than a hoodie.

Posted by Irish87

@pandabear said:

@none_braver said:

They live in California. Why would they even need to own a knit hat? For when it drops to 50?

Have you ever been to San Francisco?

I've lived in Wyoming and Wisconsin my whole life so I know what cold is. I can't imagine SF getting cold enough to wear winter stuff other than a hoodie.

Wait, so they can't be cold in the climate their bodies have become accustomed to because the climate YOUR body is accustomed to can reach drastically lower temperatures? In that case I would like to introduce to a friend of mine from Calgary. He would like to laugh at your pathetic attempt at winter.

You're not necessarily wrong about the Bay Area. SF does not get too cold, but if your body is not acclimated to colder temperatures then the Bay Area can still seem pretty damn chilly. Bodies adapt to the climate they're familiar with. For example, when its 110 outside in the summer, I'm not too bothered because I grew up in it. 115+ is a bit hot, but nothing too terrible.

Posted by titmouse

portland oregon beats this geography argument

portland beer is amaaaazing

Posted by PandaBear

@irish87 said:

@none_braver said:

@pandabear said:

@none_braver said:

They live in California. Why would they even need to own a knit hat? For when it drops to 50?

Have you ever been to San Francisco?

I've lived in Wyoming and Wisconsin my whole life so I know what cold is. I can't imagine SF getting cold enough to wear winter stuff other than a hoodie.

Wait, so they can't be cold in the climate their bodies have become accustomed to because the climate YOUR body is accustomed to can reach drastically lower temperatures? In that case I would like to introduce to a friend of mine from Calgary. He would like to laugh at your pathetic attempt at winter.

You're not necessarily wrong about the Bay Area. SF does not get too cold, but if your body is not acclimated to colder temperatures then the Bay Area can still seem pretty damn chilly. Bodies adapt to the climate they're familiar with. For example, when its 110 outside in the summer, I'm not too bothered because I grew up in it. 115+ is a bit hot, but nothing too terrible.

I'm from Queensland, Australia ... we've had mid 40c (104 F) days here with 90% humidity (which is hot but I can live with it) so when I was in SF and it dropped around 5-10c with strong winds at night I felt like I was in a freezer.

Posted by dr_mantas

I remember enjoying the Telltale Sam and Max stuff, but it doesn't even get close to comparable to Walking Dead or Wolf Among Us.

Too bad Jeff can't enjoy those games, I find them excellent.

Posted by Yesiamaduck

Shark Vinny/ Moon Vinny was my fav... shame Shark Vinny was short lived!

Posted by kycinematic

@pandabear said:

@irish87 said:

@none_braver said:

@pandabear said:

@none_braver said:

They live in California. Why would they even need to own a knit hat? For when it drops to 50?

Have you ever been to San Francisco?

I've lived in Wyoming and Wisconsin my whole life so I know what cold is. I can't imagine SF getting cold enough to wear winter stuff other than a hoodie.

Wait, so they can't be cold in the climate their bodies have become accustomed to because the climate YOUR body is accustomed to can reach drastically lower temperatures? In that case I would like to introduce to a friend of mine from Calgary. He would like to laugh at your pathetic attempt at winter.

You're not necessarily wrong about the Bay Area. SF does not get too cold, but if your body is not acclimated to colder temperatures then the Bay Area can still seem pretty damn chilly. Bodies adapt to the climate they're familiar with. For example, when its 110 outside in the summer, I'm not too bothered because I grew up in it. 115+ is a bit hot, but nothing too terrible.

I'm from Queensland, Australia ... we've had mid 40c (104 F) days here with 90% humidity (which is hot but I can live with it) so when I was in SF and it dropped around 5-10c with strong winds at night I felt like I was in a freezer.

Just to put an end to this tirade, but we all go through something called acclimation. We're all mostly used to our local climates and when we are thrown into a totally different one, it can feel extreme until you get used to that climate. S.F. can pretty feel cold because of its crazy wind but also because the bay area can go through a seemingly perfect year of weather of 70F everyday and then all of a sudden hit 40F or 105F which can feel crazy if you're not used to those kinda conditions.

Posted by futurstock

im a big fan of whats going on here with the visual shenanigans, i know y'all wont do video podcasts all the time, but i enjoy them when you do!

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