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The upcoming WWE October Pay-per-view is coming, and is called HELL IN A CELL! The hell in a cell is a great match type with some of the best matches in the history of Professional Wrestling. It is the match that usually puts the exclamation point on a rivalry, it marks the end, the conclusion, the holy crap it just got real, of the storyline.
The Time Meddler
Written by Dennis Spooner
4 episodes, brodcast 3 - 24 July 1965...
(Originally published Sept. 30, 2011.) In honor of the podcast's first anniversary, we've sent our previous episode descriptions through the blender and come up with this:
Hello, there! Have we got an original for you! The perfect cure to your stereotypical, connect-the-dots podcast!
This episode we turn to the always faithful supplier of conversation--Derailed Trains of Thought, which, coincidentally, is exactly the topic of this episode’s Story School.
Join us for a meaty discussion for the both creator and the audience that the San Francisco Herald-Tribune-Gazette calls, "Relentless. Ruthless. And all that brouhaha. Your intrepid and intriguing hosts, Timothy Deal and Nick Hayden, spawn their own subculture.”
Along the way, fanfiction writer Laura Fischer, resident YA book expert Natasha Hayden, Nathan Marchand, author of Pandora's Box, and Brian Scherschel jump in. Don't miss it!
We promised, we delivered this extra-long, wide-ranging episode of Derailed Trains of Thought!
It's not just a podcast, it's Podcast 20!
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Good afternoon everybody! My buddy and I have started to do a let's play series, and now that we have a few videos under our belt, I'd thought I'd start to share them with the fine folks here at TGWTG. Any comments and criticisms are welcome, as we'd like nothing more than to improve. Hopefully you take the time to watch the pain we go through as we play pacman 2.
Day Twenty-Four: From Dusk Till Dawn 3: The Hangman's Daughter (2000)
Director: P. J. Pesce...
For over an entire decade, Disney Channel was a haven of quality entertainment. Before the dark times....before the sitcom era...and especially after this movie came out.
Bruce plans to find a way to speak to the board members of Wayne
Enterprises to know their connections of the Arkham Project. A new drug
called "Viper" is hitting the street where the user gains super-strength
while having to consume milk and cheese to replace their used up
calcium and would kill them if the calcium is not used. Maroni plans to
rob a casino owned by Falcone. While Gordon and Bullock look for
supplier Stan Potolski, Gordon is brought to Maroni when Cobblepot
reveals that he used to work for Mooney and wanted confirmation of
Carmine Falcone wanting Cobblepot disposed of. Afterwards, Gordon learns
from an old professor of Stan's that he plans to distribute the "Viper"
drug (which turned out to be an earlier version of Venom) at a charity
event held by WellZyn and Wayne Enterprises which Bruce and Alfred are
attending. Stan takes the "Viper" drug canister to the rooftop in order
to flood the ventilation as he broadcasts into the charity event. Gordon
and Bullock arrive where they arrange for the evacuation. When Gordon
shoots the canister upon making it to the roof, Stan gets exposed to it
as Bullock arrives. Stan then jumps off the rooftop as he suggests that
they check out a warehouse. A Wayne Enterprise operative calls a
mysterious person that the detectives found nothing and will take action
when they get too close. Gordon and Bullock arrive at a warehouse where
they find nothing. Outside the casino, Cobblepot and Maroni await for
Cobblepot's contact in the casino. As Mooney makes plans to conspire
against Falcone, a disguised Liza visits him in the park where she
shares her opera music with him.
Written by Rebecca Perry Cutter
Directed by Tim Hunter
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Everyone's a comedian...or are they? In the latest episode of Derailed Trains of Thought (your one and only (please?) storytelling podcast), Tim and Nick tackle the hard work of dissecting what makes the audience laugh. (It's a function of the lungs and/or stomach in 86.15% of cases.)
In the second half, we examine the science fiction German silent film "Metropolis" in Cinema Selections, proving that 80-year-old movies are still cool.
So take a listen and learn that the mediator between the head and the hands is the funny bone!*
*Obtuse joke to be found funny only after listening to the entire podcast. Maybe.
(Originally published Sept. 17, 2011.)
Show notes and episode download available at: http://derailedtrainsofthought.blogsp...
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