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Things I learned from the latest Train Wreck (hour 1):
-Sleep is more important to MV than podcasting.
-Richard Simmons wasÖ (yawn)
-MV canít remember Sonja Henieís name.
-Ev is expendable.
-Thereís still no evidence of Russian interference in the election but for some unknown reason we still have to talk about it.
-Ev thinks the republican establishment have climbed up Trumpís ass.
-Ev hopes someone shoots Mitch McConnel (the turkey gobbler) while MV only wishes him bad health.
-Trump whines a lot and MV thinks thatís a good thing.
-Ev thinks (President) Trump is nasty and he makes her skin crawl.
-Ev is completely and totally unaware of locker room talk.
-Ev curses like a sailor in this episode but is offended by (President) Trumpís revelation that some women let rich men grab their pussies.
-One hostís disgusting is another hostís humor. (Is it OK to use disgusting as a noun?)
-Scammer schools suck.
-"Ev is wrong" says MV. "I never heard that" says Ev.
-Party-talking-points card played by both sides.
-Semantics, RHETORICAL BULLSHIT AHHHH!!!!! #$@^&*%$#@!!!!
-MV needs more sleep, says Ev.
-Dead air can be dramatic!
-Comey did something or otherÖ
-Comey flipped or flopped or something (yawn) Ö
-Hillary had her own server! (pee break)
to be continued...
Yes, hard-working liberals like Senda...
Consider this:He said a lot of different things at the time. He was posting on SFRedBook about all the cool stuff he just got. He was calling it an inheritance and that she got it for him. But we noticed that the items were bought 4 days after her death. That is when he claimed that he had her permission. Then it was pointed out that her permission does not extend after her death and using it was fraud and theft. His answer to that is that he did not know it was illegal.
Dimitri (or whatever his real name is) lies all the time. Could it be that he stole and maxed out his dead mother's credit card and then later said "Um..um...she gave it to me. Yeah, that's the ticket!"
Such a great publication. I wish I had all my old back issues. For a brief time they were released onto archive.org's site, but were later pulled. Had i know I'd have grabbed them all. I love how it was a mix of hard science, fringe science, and pure sci-fi. Plus it had some really cool art. I actually entered a few of their puzzle contests, thinking myself rather clever for a kid, but never won.