Saturday, January 28, 2012

Drop us a line!

Hey folks!  I'm pleased to announce a new feature on The Internuts Podcast!  Thanks to the wonders of Google Voice, you can now call in and leave a message that, if deemed worthy, can be played on a future podcast.  Tell a funny story, let off some steam, or do your best impression and you might just become a minor internet celebrity!  Leave your name if you'd like a shout out or you can remain anonymous.

The Internuts Hotline is 215-821-9798.  It's not toll free or anything so don't call in to read War and Peace unless you have unlimited minutes.

We're dedicating the February podcast to the upcoming Academy Awards so leave a message if you'd like to share some thoughts about this year's nominees or the movie business in general.  Check back in for Episode 6 of The Internuts Podcast! and you might just hear yourself!

Tuesday, January 24, 2012

The Internuts Podcast! Episode 5 - Through the Wormhole...

Hey everybody! How were your holidays? 2012 is officially upon us and the end of the world, as predicted by John Cusack, is just months away. Better start listening to The Internuts Podcast before things start getting hairy!  This month I'm offering an insightful conversation with Thelma Weinstein and Jim Conrad.  As you know, Thelma is my beautiful girlfriend and Jim is the creator of the Extra Nuts mini-podcasts.  But did you know that Jim is also a musician?!? It's a fact, you stupid dummy!  Check it out!  And while you're clicking on links, I'm in a band too!  Alright, that's enough shameless plugging for now.  The Internuts Podcast will be back in February with a special Oscar episode for all you cinephiles. Keep on rockin', Internuts!

Talking points include: Ryan Seacrest: Angel of Death, Morgan Freeman's wormhole, bat babies, Papa Diddy Pop, being your own step-granddaughter, pornography squirrels, old people in restaurants, tipping carnies, jerking it so right, peeing in a sink, baseball teeth, a plus 6 Scope regimen, geode sex, Anne Frank vs. Haley Joel Osment, fast food pizza, and an exciting new Internuts game!

In case you were wondering about the fantastic music used on the podcast, Kevin MacLeod (@kmacleod on Twitter) is the mad genius who offers up these wonderful compositions free of charge. If you ever need to use some music for a project I strongly recommend If you don't visit this website Paul McCartney will sue you.