Last call for Hater Stories. Deadline is the end of the week, February 19, 2010.
Now that the Internet is back in my home, I’m compiling the stories and making our selections. So last call, email WarRocketPodcast_at_gmail.com. Send us your best hater story, remember, send us your best story of being hated on in real life. Make it on the funny side, rather than the depressing side. Winner will get a prize and a chance to come on the show to tell their story to the world.
Hooray. It started snowing again in DC. It looks like another foot will be added on top of the 30 inches we got last weekend that was still sitting around. If you want a good gauge how bad this snowstorm is, the post office has not delivered mail two days in the past week. Before that, the last time the post office failed to deliver the mail was over thirty years ago.
For now, I’m going back into hibernation. But if you have a moment, why not check out this video by Atlanta hip hop group The Remnant for their song, “Know This.” Niles (the third guy in the video) is a long-time fan of The ISB and War Rocket Ajax, and put me on to their stuff. They make great music, so be sure you check out their album on iTunes:
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?
Great Googily Moogily! Mike McGee and Tamas Jakab from El Gorgo join the party, along with 3rd chair Emeritus Rusty Shackles, as the War Rocket Ajax crew grabs their guitars and makes their way to the concert! Will they make it in time?!
Our next episode is with the guys who make the fabulous comic, El Gorgo! That’s right, Mike McGee and Tamas Jakab are going to record with us on Wednesday, January 27th. So tweet your questions to Chris, and get ready to have your face punched in by the machoest of all macho luchador gorillas (image courtesy of Rusty Shackles).
You gotta believe! ….that we have Bryan Lee O’Malley as our first guest of 2010. We talk to him about DUH! Scott Pilgrim and the forthcoming movie, Michael Cera, video games, and the sensitivity of Asian boys. Happy New Year everyone!
Thanks again to Bryan for being a guest! For everything about Bryan Lee O’Malley, check out his website. Also, check out his stuff on Amazon
We are back in full effect for 2010! Sims and I have partied, rested, studied up on new ultimate fighting techniques and honed our podcasting skills. And we’re happy to announce that on January 12, 2010, we’ll be recording our first episode of the new year with none other than Mr. Bryan Lee O’Malley! Email or tweet your questions for him, and the new ep will post the week of January 18!
We’ll have more surprises in the show, with a special guest 3rd chair, a special new theme to kick off the year, new haters, new highs and lows, it might be too much for you to handle! So stay in your seats, and we’ll have the rocket back up and running in no time.