The fight game has always been an interesting one. Whether it be traditional boxing, MMA, Jiu Jitsu or in many cases, wrestling, the personalities, legends and tales of the events of structure combat with two fighters throwing down makes for exciting times – until the gloves that the fighter wears – are gloves that kill. … Continue reading Our Review of “Shadow Boxer” – Episode 8
Monthly Archives: December 2018
It’s another holiday-dipped in holiday spirit, courtesy of The Versus Machine! We put Christmas inside the crosshairs of this episode with the true, festive emotional roller coaster ride of “A Christmas Carol!” We put two greats into opposing ends of the Versus Machine and let them go! In this corner, note Charles Dicken’s A Christmas … Continue reading A Christmas Carol (The Book) VERSUS A Christmas Carol (The 1999 Patrick Stewart Version)
Everyone’s got a fear of hospitals. The unknown. The fright that comes from a procedure and place that always has an unknown x-factor. But what if that nondescript operation to fix your whatever – was being completed utilizing the scalpel – of Jack the Ripper? While it might sound dire, and a bit over the … Continue reading Our Review of “Doctor Jack” – Episode 7
Today we’re gabbing with Tony Pratte about easy and low-cost ways to warm up the cold spots in your home. The idea used to be if you wanted to cut your utility bills you dropped the thermostat and put on a sweater. But not anymore. Air Sealing and Insulation Air is always going to want … Continue reading Low-Cost Ways to Warm-Up Your Home
We all know about the American Revolution. Did you know that George Washington didn’t become the American President until 1789? That’s a long time (from 1776) for an entire country to be “floating”. After the Treaty of Paris was signed, while the Revoluntionary War was over, we created the Articles of Confederation (1777). With Congress … Continue reading Presidential Bio: George Washington (GW) – The 1st President of The United States
How many of you LIKE our current President of the United States? Whether you’re a fan or not, the fact is that feature films galore have featured both real and fictional Presidents for a very long time. Inside of 1997’s Air Force One, we’re introduced to President James Marshall – a former military vet, devoted … Continue reading Air Force One (1997) – A Perspective Review
Adapting comic book characters into live action can be hard. Are the colorful costumes going to look right in real life? Will the over the top heroics be believable outside of the comics page? Can special effects fool audiences into believing a man can fly? Comic book properties are a hot commodity for both television … Continue reading Observe & Report – The Arrowverse!
The acts that stage magicians put on are often spellbinding. They make us doubt our eyes, and want to wipe the cobwebs from our sense to explain what we’ve just witnessed. Whether it’s simply producing a bouquet of flowers, or defying the sure doom that awaits inside a modern day Iron Maiden, one thing is … Continue reading Our Review of “The Great Montarro” – Episode 6
Today, we’re gabbing with Tony Pratte, the director of builder relations at the Sound Room. We’re talking about how a connected home is a great way to control your energy use, be environmentally aware, and increase safety for homeowners. These devices also make great gift options for others or yourself. What Is a Connected Home? … Continue reading Give the Gift of a Connected Home for the Holidays
New. It can be a scary word. New usually means change and change is an even scarier word than new. But that’s what happens. Things change. Things grow. Or they curl up and die, never to be seen or heard from again. That’s not us! In the ever evolving world of pop culture podcasting, your … Continue reading Restocked & Reloaded!