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Re: The Best/Worst Moments of last night's show
« Reply #3540 on: January 20, 2010, 02:47:49 PM »
Mike had a good time out in the phone room, judging by his constant laffing. I enjoyed that.

I always like hearing Mike laff, it's good punctuation, especially on heave hos - I don't always hear  unless I"m listening to the podcast later on thru my headphones.

The show really is better on headphones. Until I started listening on my big over-the-ear headphones I didn't realize that Tom wasn't talking to himself, he was talking to Mike.

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Re: The Best/Worst Moments of last night's show
« Reply #3541 on: January 20, 2010, 04:06:46 PM »
I was fascinated by Fredericks reaching across the aisle to embrace all of puppetkind, wistfully noting that a lack of a bottom half means that puppets "don't have to deal with lust." There may be a future Lighthouse Confessions moment brewing there.

Yeah, fonpr let out a big sigh last night during that call. I'd be interested to know what he was thinking.
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Re: The Best/Worst Moments of last night's show
« Reply #3542 on: January 20, 2010, 07:23:11 PM »
I apologize for my comment regarding Drinnin/Jernin, he's just been blowing it a lot recently and it slipped out, I should know better than to put down fellow FOTs.

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Re: The Best/Worst Moments of last night's show
« Reply #3543 on: January 20, 2010, 07:30:47 PM »
did you draw that?  It's awesome.  I know it shows your support for Wally, but I think that's really great.


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Re: The Best/Worst Moments of last night's show
« Reply #3544 on: January 20, 2010, 10:43:31 PM »
Very disappointed with Tom picking the H-Man over Wally. As we have seen there's always a chance for Wally to regain his position as the protege`.

I agree, Raffy.  H-Man seems to have a heavy school load - if and when he does eventually take over the show, can we really trust him to show up every Tues. at 8:00, or will we see a lot of fill-in shows?  Wally, on the other hand (get it?), I mean, what does a puppet have going on?  He probably lounges around all day in his pyjamas.  He may have to get the odd eye sewn on, or maybe the occasional lint brushing, but otherwise... 
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Re: The Best/Worst Moments of last night's show
« Reply #3545 on: January 20, 2010, 10:53:53 PM »
Jon Auer was fantastic!  I've loved the Posies for 15 years give or take, and it was tremendous to hear Mr. Auer talking and playing on the air.  I really hope he comes back.

Wally Wackiman was good too.

It was nice that Jon Auer decided to hang out for the duration of the show ... I liked the occasional moments when he'd try and mentally process all the insanity occurring right in front of him. The Wackiman/H-man showdown was great, but Auer's presence made it even better.
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Re: The Best/Worst Moments of last night's show
« Reply #3546 on: January 20, 2010, 11:01:09 PM »
Very disappointed with Tom picking the H-Man over Wally. As we have seen there's always a chance for Wally to regain his position as the protege`.

I agree, Raffy.  H-Man seems to have a heavy school load - if and when he does eventually take over the show, can we really trust him to show up every Tues. at 8:00, or will we see a lot of fill-in shows?  Wally, on the other hand (get it?), I mean, what does a puppet have going on?  He probably lounges around all day in his pyjamas.  He may have to get the odd eye sewn on, or maybe the occasional lint brushing, but otherwise... 

Hopefully H-man will have a few PhDs by the time Tom decides to give it up.
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Re: The Best/Worst Moments of last night's show
« Reply #3547 on: January 20, 2010, 11:26:25 PM »
Very disappointed with Tom picking the H-Man over Wally. As we have seen there's always a chance for Wally to regain his position as the protege`.

I agree, Raffy.  H-Man seems to have a heavy school load - if and when he does eventually take over the show, can we really trust him to show up every Tues. at 8:00, or will we see a lot of fill-in shows?  Wally, on the other hand (get it?), I mean, what does a puppet have going on?  He probably lounges around all day in his pyjamas.  He may have to get the odd eye sewn on, or maybe the occasional lint brushing, but otherwise... 

Hopefully H-man will have a few PhDs by the time Tom decides to give it up.

Yeah, Tom's not going to be leaving the show anytime soon.  Also, I'm already in my second semester of my junior year, so after a year and a half, i'll be out of college and won't have a "heavy school load."
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Re: The Best/Worst Moments of last night's show
« Reply #3548 on: January 21, 2010, 03:43:23 AM »
I loved Tom's whole critique.

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Re: The Best/Worst Moments of last night's show
« Reply #3549 on: January 21, 2010, 09:32:15 AM »
BEST: Tom yelling SHUT UP.

WORST: Bonaventure, that sack of pig shit, calling out Jurnin. Jurnin has called the show 25 times and never completed a thought. I find this hilarious. What's Bonaventure done, huh? HUH?

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Re: The Best/Worst Moments of last night's show
« Reply #3550 on: January 21, 2010, 12:38:25 PM »
 Thank goodness. The human being won out over the puppet. It is the way it should be. It is unfortunate I fell asleep during the H-Man segment. I'm five years away from being elderly. I don't have that kind of energy anymore.      


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Re: The Best/Worst Moments of last night's show
« Reply #3551 on: January 21, 2010, 12:50:02 PM »
Thank goodness. The human being won out over the puppet. It is the way it should be. It is unfortunate I fell asleep during the H-Man segment. I'm five years away from being elderly. I don't that kind of energy anymore.      


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Re: The Best/Worst Moments of last night's show
« Reply #3552 on: January 21, 2010, 01:23:37 PM »
Thank goodness. The human being won out over the puppet. It is the way it should be. It is unfortunate I fell asleep during the H-Man segment. I'm five years away from being elderly. I don't have that kind of energy anymore.      


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But Spike, you're aware that the H-Man is (I'm guessing?) under 25? Does this mean that you're granting an exception to your "children under 25" rule in his case?
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Re: The Best/Worst Moments of last night's show
« Reply #3553 on: January 21, 2010, 01:49:18 PM »
Thank goodness. The human being won out over the puppet. It is the way it should be. It is unfortunate I fell asleep during the H-Man segment. I'm five years away from being elderly. I don't have that kind of energy anymore.      


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But Spike, you're aware that the H-Man is (I'm guessing?) under 25? Does this mean that you're granting an exception to your "children under 25" rule in his case?



Not really. H-Man has to be properly supervised, as all children should be, until he turns 25. When he turns 25, then he can take over.
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Re: The Best/Worst Moments of last night's show
« Reply #3554 on: January 21, 2010, 01:54:37 PM »
Thank goodness. The human being won out over the puppet. It is the way it should be. It is unfortunate I fell asleep during the H-Man segment. I'm five years away from being elderly. I don't have that kind of energy anymore.      


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But Spike, you're aware that the H-Man is (I'm guessing?) under 25? Does this mean that you're granting an exception to your "children under 25" rule in his case?



Not really. H-Man has to be properly supervised, as all children should be, until he turns 25. When he turns 25, then he can take over.

Is this from the new book you're working on 'Way of the Spike'?
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