Podcast Episode Sixty Nine

https://www.podbean.com/media/player/2zups-6d6384?from=yiiadmin
The guys are back together with a special episode describing their favorite years reading comics. Alex, Pat & Dean describe their personal memories of that time, what they were reading, important comics moments from those years, how it affected them, and it the way it shaped them as comic readers going forward. In addition, Alex recaps the rest of his trip and the culture shock he experienced from large cities in the Mid-Atlantic (apologies to people from Baltimore in advance) culminating in an unsettling hotel experience.

5 thoughts on “Podcast Episode Sixty Nine”

  1. First floor is probably the noisiest floor… or the murder floor… Ha… kids next you. That’s why she made that face. I stayed at a hotel during my internship and when I complained about them putting couples to fuck next to my room every night at 2am… the front desk guy just laughed at me.

    Vacationing in Baltimore eh? Next time… just stick to coastal roads. Most of the cool stuff in the USA is close to the east coast or west of the Mississippi. Wisconsin is pleasant… if you live there… it makes most of the midwest, south and east look not so good.

    1. “I stayed at a hotel during my internship and when I complained about them putting couples to fuck next to my room every night at 2am… the front desk guy just laughed at me.”

      Best thing I will read today! Amazing!

      1. Thanks. True story. Sometimes it was 4am. I think it was prostitution sometimes, frankly. The times and the neighborhood didn’t jive for date night. I think i slept about 8 hours that whole week (and then moved to another hotel). The nice lady who worked early in the day tried to keep the room next to me empty and that backfired every night when the night shift arrived. I think he was purposefully putting people next to me after I complained the first couple of times. You get what you pay for… ha.

    2. Most north east and midatlantic cities have some really nice parts to them with cool neighborhoods, good food and historic sites. But going in blind it’d be difficult to find them. That being said, post 1970’s capitalism has not been kind to those cities on a whole

      1. I really like Maine quite a bit… Ya, if you’re going in blind though it’s just safe to stick to coastal roads. You need to do homework when you go inland. The Smokey Mountains are pretty fantastic though… farther down the coast and inland. Road tripping is much easier in the west… you’ll always find something interesting… just don’t run out of gas in the middle of nowhere.

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