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    To Live and Die in LA

    Okay, this movie is somewhat critically acclaimed. I just watched it again having not seen it in years and it does not hold up to the test of time. All I can say is watch it for the most bizarre Willem Defoe performance ever and the chance to see William Peterson play a secret service agent who is all cock all the time. I promise you won't regret it.
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    Episode 84 — No Holds Barred: LIVE!

    Maybe this has been covered already but I'm pretty sure they didn't use the "Hulk" Hogan name because at the time "Hulk" was considered a Marvel comics property. I remember when I was a kid I had a Hulk Hogan bandana and at the bottom next to the trademark symbol it said "Hulk" is a trademark of Marvel Comics.
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    Episode 69 — Ronna & Beverly

    How rad is it that Ronna is rocking a Master of Puppets t-shirt!
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    New Cyber Thug Radio Episode!

    I paid 8 bucks to hear Miles Archer talk about how he and the Thuggiest One started "this shit"? As I recall dude came out of lockup far more humble and hungry. Talking about how he doesn't need this because he parties for a living. if I wanted to hear that i could listen to some over-produced, watered down top 40 rap. Don't get me wrong, their episodes on Comedy Death Ray were dope ("here's a tip, don't wear suede in the rain") and the first two episodes of Cyber Thug radio were great, but after so many months of searching and hoping these guys would be back, this release left me wondering why I liked em in the first place. I guess what I'm saying is that they are two seriously funny and talented dudes who decided to phone it in on this one.