Adult Swim’s Dana Snyder and FRED’s Ken Plume set out to have a literate conversation between two pals, but inevitably devolve into a verbal, and funny, free-for-all full of bickering, infighting, and the special kind of male bonding that comes from conflict expressed through the podcast medium. This, dear friends, is the online experience!
Dana has been doing some press for his new Adult Swim show.
CLICK HERE for Jordan, Jesse, Go! Episode 274: Big Band with Dana Snyder
Actor Dana Snyder joins Jordan and Jesse for a discussion of Jewish wizards, Wad Lord, and Jesse breaks down The Spinners' song, "Rubberband Man." Plus Jesse has a few big momentous occasions to announce.
CLICK HERE for DownRight Creepy: Interview with Dana Snyder
Dana, thanks for joining me on the Creepcast - how are you?
Dana Snyder: Thanks, Creepy!
DRC: Let’s start off with the name of the new show you are on… YOUR PRETTY FACE IS GOING TO HELL. Do you know who named the show? It's an incredible name so I am just curious?
DS:That name i believe came from our dark lord and masters, Chris Kelly and Dave Willis.
DRC: Evil geniuses. So it's not a spin-off of Pretty Little Liars? Oh. Okay.
DS: IT IS, 100 percent. But don't tell the pretty little liars that please. We don't want a cease and desist order.
DRC: Who do you think the title is speaking to? Is it speaking to me? Kim Kardashian? Selena Gomez who are we talking about here?
DS: Don't be an idiot, it speaks to everyone who's ever loved...or needed love...or had a human heart, which is clearly not you or Selena Gomez.
In this hard-bound photo-essay, photographer Robert Frank, known for his outsider’s perspective on the strata of American society, follows Zero with a camera while he reads a random progression of books. A dictionary, a comic book, novels, and an anonymous assortment of thick texts. Reading, he moves around his home from room to room, first on a chair, then on a sofa, then pulling more books from his shelves; he drinks, he smokes. Frank’s camera is all the while capturing Zero’s reaction to what is being read — he cries, laughs, sweats, uses a magnifying glass, is scared, horrified, enraged, makes hammy faces; he emotes.
From wiki: Far Cry 3 is a first-person shooter, which also features role-playing game elements including experience points, skill trees, and a crafting system. The player has the ability to take cover behind objects to break enemies' lines of sight and also to peek around and over cover and blindfire. The player also has the ability to perform silent "takedowns" by performing melee attacks from above, below, or close behind. The game's narrative director, Jason Vandenberghe, said that the story mode map is around ten times larger than in the game's previous installments. Players are given the ability to survey and plan out their attacks with stealth takedown combinations and also tag enemies with the camera in order to track their movement once they break the player's line of sight.
Long time listener, (yes there are more than two of us), first time writer.
I was just listening to the new episode, and was compelled to write in.
First, just to let you know how much I enjoy the podcast, as sporadic as it has been.
And second, to let you know that there actually exists a hot dog restaurant in Vancouver, BC. Japadog (http://www.japadog.com/) has several hot dog carts, but also has one dedicated sit-down restaurant downtown. And according to their website, they just opened a new location in New York.
They don't have a "hot tot" but they do have a Croquette dog, which is two mashed potato croquettes alongside the sausage. Not tried it myself, but it certainly looks delicious.
I don't know if you already knew about Japadog, or whether this even would count as a true "Hot Dog Restaurant," given that it started as just a cart.
Anyway, keep up the good work, and we all miss The Mail Song.