No Business like Snow Business

Hi guys. So, we have some news, and it’s not of the good kind. This week, we were supposed to record with Thom Zahler, creator of Love and Capes, to get our show back on schedule after I (Euge) moved to a new apartment. What happened after that, well, it’s kind of absurd.

First, Comcast had a faulty hookup in my apartment so the technician couldn’t set up my cable and internet. They were supposed to come back this weekend to fix it, only this weekend the Washington, DC area had a record amount of snowfall (about three feet), shutting down the city. A cable guy’s been rescheduled, but won’t be back until this Sunday, after which, I’m going to be out of town the following weekend (ironically, to go visit my parents after my original x-mas trip was canceled because of ANOTHER historic snowstorm..seriously, global warming my ass).

So the long and short of it is this: I don’t know when we’re going to get our episodes back on track. I’m sorry about all of this, and it sucks b/c this happened just as we had a good amount of momentum in the new year. But alas, you can blame Comcast and God (in that order) for messing with our steez.

So for now, check out Chris’s stuff on The ISB, as he’s now writing full-time! And I’m going to go back to slow delirium. Did I mention my Xbox red-ringed during this weekend, too? Seriously, what did I do to piss the gods off so much?

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  2. Sucks big, Euge. I think it’s less a global warming (although the average global temperature is higher) and more a shift in the climate patterns – here on West coast of Canada we’ve had one snowfall all year, and the Olympics might be going ahead with some of the mountains bare.

    Now I’ll have to get a life and find something else to do until there’s more Ajax.

  3. ARGH! Oh, well, moving always sucks. Take advantage of this and write material. Believe me, I run a weekly radio show myself (the ancient form of podcasting) and when we have this kind of stuff happening, best thing to do is piling up material.

    I guess that means the next shows will be outstanding (as in more than usual).

    Don’t disappoint us or face the consequences (picture stalactites on this sentence).

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