Sadly I am an awful person that skips Jeff's kisses. I feel bad for doing it but when it takes up 15 minutes plus of the Beastcast that seems like too much. Well wishes to all the people that find the time to send a postcard into the Beastcast but I got several other podcast to get through. I'm not saying Beastcast should ditch the segment because they wisely put it at the end of the show but I am curious how many people listen to Jeff Bakalar and the rest of the Beast Crew kiss complete strangers.
I find it more easy to listen to anything on the beastcast due to the personalities. Where as on the bombcast I don't listen to any of the ads anymore as I have been listening to that podcast for over 8 years. But I will say I did appreciate the quick version of the postcard section on the last beastcast.
I didn't mind that part of the podcast before the postcard thing, but now it's just a waste of everyone's time.
Nah, if you do like it that's cool. But I do feel a bit ripped off thinking I have plenty more quality podcast to listen to and they start reading postcards. I mark as played and move on.
At this point I just stick to the actual video game discussion parts of the Beastcast, so both the emails and postcards (and really 1/2 the podcast) get skipped on weeks when I do get around to listening. The site puts out enough podcast hours for me to get my fill each week as is, though, so I don't really mind its existing so long as someone's listening to it and enjoying it.
I listened to the first one not knowing what I was getting into, and the most recent one because I was driving and I'm a responsible person and I would NEVER engage with distractions while driving. All of the other ones I've skipped.
Trash popcorn? No. Trash chicken fingers? So long as no one is watching.
I skip it. I am indeed a soulless husk but I don't eat popcorn from the trash. I end it when Vinny says it's the end of the "real" show.
Being weirded out by kisses on the cheek must be a cultural thing, since that's just how me and my family and most friends just say hi to each other.
Same here. In my country he usually handshake men and give a kiss on the cheek for women (one on each side of the face) mostly to friends and family but also to people you're meeting.
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