How much longer can this last? Not the podcast...well, I guess the podcast couldn't continue if the earth ceased to exist...is that something we should be worried about? Listen, don't worry about it, we have Green Circle Award winner Steven Yates who will help us understand fossil fuel and energy sources and swamp rock. Just relax, buy Humanitis on iTunes or Amazon, and enjoy!
Episode 37 — Sustainability
Posted 10 January 2012 - 09:24 AM
Hey Blastronauts! It was such a great time recording this podcast with Tig, Kyle, David and Aaron! They were super-nice to me. Before the recording started, I got to listen in on them all talking and preparing for the show. They are all just as funny and nice "off the air" as they are on the show. They really are friends and they bust on eachother and seem so warm and nice that I hated to have my time with them end.
I hope everyone enjoys this episode. The high point for me was David reading my riddle and Kyle adding on to it. I am hoping I get invited back to contribute to another episode some day. Until then, I'll see you all down in the hatch! Swamp-rock on!
I'm @StevenEYates on twitter.
Posted 10 January 2012 - 12:19 PM
Wow-Steven Yates was one of the best guests yet, and Aaron's really gettin' the hang of the clip thing. This episode had a really good balance between guest and host input, and great chemistry all around. Plus, there was a great riddle and a short visit from Cajun Lady! Please accept your Green Circle Award, y'all...
Posted 11 January 2012 - 01:42 PM
There are SO many quotes I want to bust out in daily civilian life from Professor Blastoff, but have to hold back from because no-one will know what I'm talking about. Maybe I should just risk it and see it through and enjoy the consequences...
Also, Kyle's Swamp Rock voice hit just before I got to work which was the best bad/good timing ever- I had to compose myself a lot before I walked through that door...
Thank you so much, to all of you brave Hatch Troopers. I love you.
Swamp rock, you kidding me?
Posted 12 January 2012 - 11:38 PM
Great guest this week, he really seemed to have a good time and felt natural. His inclusion of the timely Humanitis plug was very clever.
I love that this podcast has matured nicely. I remember the original "riddle" with Dr. Coen, it's crazy to think it was just a few months ago and now they're the "Would You Rather?" of Blastoff... how could the podcast have existed without them?
Posted 15 January 2012 - 08:02 PM
(I didn't google it so I'm really hoping this award doesn't really exist somewhere. And if it actually does, T/K/D probably deserve it).