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The Atomic Moocast #113!

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The Moo Against Humanity

WE RIDE AGAIN! Holy shit, we did it! We made (for better or worse… ok worse) another episode of The Atomic Moocast. I won’t wait for your applause.

On this episode of the world’s greatest, low budget, podcast Chudd and I discuss our preparation forCards Cherry City Comic Con. This’ll be the first time we’re tabling at a con and we hope to bring our art, comic, and podcast to Salem Oregon to some level of success. We hope. Many thanks go to John Roach and Nicole Brune for this opportunity.

Then we get on the Skype with fellow Brethren Moo Dave (D20) Smith and Chris (Buttery) French and played some online Cards Against Humanity. It was… interesting. Those of you with a politically correct vibe are gonna want to fuck right off for this one.

One other note about this episode: I got a new headset/mic and it’s not great. The audio seems just a bit off, but I’m working on it!

So here we go folks! It’s been far too long and we got a podcast hot ready for your ear holes! Hurry! Go now and secure a comfy spot! Surround yourself with many a salty snack and fizzy drink! Then plug in, turn on, and enjoy the best damn podcast your friends don’t know about!

Enjoy!

Free music used by the Atomic Moo cast is royalty free and was created and composed by Kevin MacLeod and can be found at Incompetech.com. Please support this site!

Songs used:

  • Funk Game Loop
  • As I Figure
  • Who Likes to Party
  • Fast Talkin

Show Notes and Links

  • Cherry City Comic Con
  • Cards Against Humanity
  • Nicole Brune
  • XYZZY (Cards Against Humanity)
  • Comic Fest: San Diego
  • Famous Monsters
  • Chudd’s Art
  • Bookies Podcast
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    100d20 year old die

    Cool!  Those look like Greek letters on the faces.  Greek letters are also numbers, of course.  Via io9.

    According to Bertrand Russell, the D12 (he calls it by another name, of course) was the last (fifth) regular polyhedron discovered, and that the Pythagoreans kept it secret and gave it mystical significance.  Our word “quintessence” is related, I believe.

    The ancients associated the D20 with the sky and Zeus.  There’s also a D20 inside that blue liquid in your Magic 8-ball.

    For a twenty-minute discussion on the D20 and its algebraic group, listen to Atomic Moocast #25.  My bit begins around the fifty-minute mark.

    Atomic Moocast #28: What if…

    Wow! I did it and here it is for your very special ear holes; Yet another Atomic Moocast! For this episode we sat down with our fellow Brethren Moo and imagined a day where we might have a thousand dollars and one week free of obligations to make a low budget Atomic Moo video. If you give this Moocast a listen you’ll here the brilliant story pitches from D20, Neko_Bijin, Numbers, Buttery Wholesomeness, Uncle Chudd, and myself. This episode was originally recorded on April 12th and if we had regular listeners I would be very sorry about the delay, however we don’t. So I’m just glad I was able to produce this with the very limited amount of time and resources I have. So get ready folks! Peel open that salty bag of crunchy cheddar stuff, pop the top on a cool fizzy soda, and arrange your self in a very comfy chair because this Moocast is eager to burn it’s self deep into your brain!

    Enjoy.

    Music used by the Atomic Moo cast is royalty free and was created and composed by Kevin MacLeod and can be found at Incompetech.com. Please support this site!

    Songs used:

    • Kool Katz
    • Fast Talkin
    • As I Figure
    • Funk Game Loop

    Links

    I will post the links this time… just not now. It’s late and I want to sleep now and dream of large women.

    Atomic Moocast #25: Better Late Than Never…

    Well, I guess the title says it all. On this edition of the Atomic Moocast we discuss love, loss, dice, and a little Moonews. Many thanks to Chudd, D20, and Neko_Bijin for their help on this one. So, here we go folks. Strap on those ear buds, wedge your butt into a comfy, chair, and get ready for the best damn podcast your friends don’t know about.

    Enjoy.

    Music used by the Atomic Moo cast is royalty free and was created and composed by Kevin MacLeod and can be found at Incompetech.com. Please support this site!

    Songs used:

    • Kool Katz
    • Fast Talkin
    • As I Figure
    • Funk Game Loop

    Additional Music Used:

    • Electric Avenue by Eddy Grant. © Find it on iTunes
    • Links!

      Coming Soon! (trust me…)

    The Atomic Moocast #20: Should’ve Killed’m When We Had the Chance… (Explicit Language).

    Ola El Moochadores and here it is The Atomic Moocast #20! Here we took a moment to discuss the quality films that hit the theaters in these early months of the year. Then, a little later we’re joined by Sir Noel for a few rounds of Moo News. This is a good one… I hope, but all the same now is the time to grab your favorite cool beverage, find that comfy chair, and listen to some Atomic Moo goodness.

    Enjoy.

    Oh also, we need help! Serious, Atomic Moo and the Atomic Moocast need your help with keeping this thing going. So, if you’d be so kind, please use our link through Amazon.com or Entertainment Earth, like us on Facebook (the button is just up on the right hand side… look, right there…) and leave us a review on iTunes. Doing any one of these things will, in the long run, help us to not only continue, but improve and you, our lovable El Moochadoers, will be the real beneficiaries from all our hard work.

    Music used by the Atomic Moo cast is royalty free and was created and composed by Kevin MacLeod and can be found at Incompetech.com. Please support this site!

    Songs used:

    • Kool Katz
    • Enter The Party
    • Just Nasty

    Additional Music used for the Moocast

    • Partners in Kryme: Turtle Power © 1990; Find it on Amazon
    • Orchestra On The Half Shell by Turtle Rhapsody ©1990.

    Links

    D20: Adventurer, Philosopher, Actor…

    No, that’s not a younger, thinner, Kevin Smith you see there. That’s Atomic Moo’s D20 (aka Dave “The Titan” Smith) who just happened to appear in a short film a few years back. The film, Mediocrity was shot back in 2007 and is about a young woman’s meeting with a long lost grandfather. Written and directed by Scott Aaron Hartmann you can see more of his work at FilmTeller on the youtube. Now sit back and watch an Oscar (well Emmy… well maybe an Ace award) worthy performance by D20.

    Enjoy.

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