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Bepis, Benis, and Conke, a new invitation to support our show, liminal spaces, Video Center’s special corner, peckers vs peppers, and how long it takes to give up on harvesting the platinum, iridium, and palladium from catalytic converters. Links: Please give us money (click “Support”) Liminal spaces More liminal spaces Catalytic Converter Platinum…
 
Ghostbusters Afterlife tries to strike the right balance between appealing to a new generation and diving into rich nostalgia for old-school Ghostbusters fans. Joining Sid and James for this episode is comedian, podcaster and convention fixture George Plank! We discuss the great story behind this movie's version of Ecto-1 and the other interesting …
 
Recreating the entire world by yourself, how do Jedis defecate, long hundreds, arrogance calculus, sparky explosions, some sort of strange man dog, and colander helmets. Links: Long Hundred Pastafarians How to pronounce penis Episode Music: Escaping by thurmite --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://an…
 
Another episode of things Brad typed at me, beige food specializations, chicken fingers are effing goooood, liquified jalapeno peppers and capsaicin distillates, even plants want to take over the world. LINKS: Episode music: Down River by thurmite --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/appSup…
 
We are going to leave the non-cosmos people out of it, show AND tell, good sensations and sweet vibrations, a new segment called “Things Brad Typed At Me,” different conceptual levels of experiencing music, you’ve forgotten that the box exists, we don’t want to get sidetracked on Encino Man, I Dig a Pygmy, opera singer violence, a discussion of Rom…
 
Sloughing the slough, with-it outcomes, VCR editing tips and tricks, Bob Seger and Pee Stain, Fool in the Rain and Houses of the Holy mixups, Vacation Bible School, Moondog v Ennio Morricone, James Horner or it didn’t happen. LINKS: Theme - Instrumental by Moondog On the Rooftops by Ennio Morricone The Strength of the Righteous (Main Title) by Enni…
 
Playing the thing in the box game, most infamous transporter accidents in Star Trek history, hypo, emotionally resonant violence, the Chew or the Tar, the vessel that contains the business papers must be moved, Miles of sexual tension, much like resistance eternal youth is futile, pill-taking technology. Links: Transporter Incident #1 from Star Tre…
 
Dubbed, you gotta spend your time somehow, looking for the weirdness, a little Gutterballs mug ASMR, the Emperor was a flipper, t-shirts, water bags, Knight Rider and SI-14, the school of these flippers, the romantic math of Paula Abdul’s hit single 'opposites attract.' LINKS: Opposites Attract See if you can find Knight Rider episode that included…
 
An unpaid Breville advertisement, the continuing adventures of Dr. Keyboard, a tech tips followup, how predictive text is intertwining in our modern lives to prop up capitalism, you can’t get to where you’re going if you don’t know where you’re going. Links: Breville countertop convection and toaster ovens Episode music: The First Moment of the Fir…
 
Adam’s Mayan ancestry, long timelines, once language and context are removed what’s left, don’t annoy roy the toyboy he’s coy, not wasting letters, going back to 0th principles, iphone tech tips, how to catch a fly. Links: How to install a widget on an iPhone First Principles Thinking Episode music: Superluminal by thurmite --- This episode is spon…
 
Office talk, where we do our things, biking takes balance, on a long enough timeline everything comes back to time travel, lost in Lost, and the supereff cycle. Links: Heavyweight Lost ending explained The ending of Lost Episode music: Lost Interstate by thurmite Ad music: Interlude by thurmite --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest…
 
Dorm life, capsule hotels, the violence that has been done to our minds, Brad runs a simulation of himself, shower logistics, and an escape from New York. LINKS: Listen to this man Episode music: The Last Moment of the Last Day by thurmite --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/appSupport thi…
 
A final answer about the anecdote about the bird skeleton, Hart talk, Brad is alright with not having toilet paper, rubbin’ stumps, and one dimensional livin.’ Links: Alone By Heart Episode music: Maw by thurmite --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/appSupport this podcast: https://anchor.f…
 
The cosmic ballet and the testicular dune buggy, Laphroig and its intentional peatiness, extra middle, Thích Nhất Hạnh, the power of potato chips, gettin' kicks on Route 66, overall side buttons, stylized meat sacs, Harley's guitars. Links: Laphroig Thích Nhất Hạnh The Sandhills Curiosity Shop Intro music: Te fuiste by Ballet Cosmico Outro music: H…
 
Honey mustard is for the youths, a strange Venn diagram, generally General Tso's, Mr. Metaphor and his concrete rock of assurance........beep Links: Take Shelter ending scene Brad in 1996/7 holding a tiny can of Budweiser Pop's Soda Ranch Intro music: Sometimes by Mr. Metaphor Outro music: The Future Is In Your Hands by Glen Tomasetti--- This episo…
 
How many movies can you name that started a religion? The Big Lebowski brought us Dudeism. It also happens to be an awesome movie, however... Get ready for an off-the-rails episode of Reels & Wheels as James and Sid are joined by Brad and Adam of the Gutterballs Podcast, two guys who really embody the ideals of Dudeism. Consequently, the conversati…
 
The only failure is not learning from failure, maybe space and time are not the same thing, nostril deep in the soup, the dvd logo as a standin for a tesseract, the story of the 10mm socket, and an upended table. Links: Photo of the upended table Intro music: Stuck in the Middle with You by Steeler's Wheel Outro music: For Your Love, by The Yardbir…
 
Is reality all it's cracked up to be? Does the value of fiction outshine real life? This is Big Fish. Joining us to discuss this Tim Burton masterpiece is Jalopnik's resident wrencher, adventurer, David Tracy! David gets the opportunity to introduce Sid and James to his favorite movie and talk about choosing a life of adventure. Find David's articl…
 
James and Sid are joined by the biggest Nicolas Cage resource around. He's an actor, improv comic, and podcast host - Matt Cole! This episode is hard to describe in a couple of paragraphs. Yes, we talk about the cars - especially the Corvette and the GTI, but this podcast has an insanity level that lives up to Nicolas Cage expectations. Make sure y…
 
Conceptualizing the morning zoo format, a list of things to do, trying to blow up all dem balls, mocking up a ranch/blue cheese/mashed potato-dispensing helmet, pump talk, and losing the gaskets and pins. Links: Music: Gaskets by SKUDD--- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/appSupport this pod…
 
A new slogan for the podcast, warm snow, fires in the old town, flew/flow, what is code, 199 year-old building, steam-based radiators, digging vs. chipping, leaving the bullets off too long, straight clean cylinders of filth. Links: Music: Ballskin by MF Doom--- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://ancho…
 
Bellefonte is not a beautiful fountain, it's smelty time, BFTDOTCOM, pre-map names, acceptable variance, nature makes beautiful casts, the dearth of Starbucks along the I-95 corridor, and get yourself a mug that's got a little "ting" to it. Links: What the heck does Bellefonte really mean?? BFT DOT COM Episode music: I-95 by Fountains of Wayne--- T…
 
Brian Wilson's favorite movie(s), auditions for how to say Norbit, acne pizza hide-outs, extending proboscises, DVD technology of yesteryear, and it's all about volume. Links: Brian Wilson on his love of Norbit Intro music: Young Norbit by David Newman Outro music: Brian Wilson by Barenaked Ladies--- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easie…
 
Canceling Eminem, Nathan Fielder is funny, real like American movie is real, we discuss violence in music lyrics and we are totally out of our depth and should shut up, Eric Andre knows when he's gone too far, opening the tiny little door into your cold dead heart.--- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https:/…
 
Rancho Cucamonga Jam, better business through angel wars, developing a sophisticated ear, Cannonball Run 2, the difference between musical storytelling and non musical storytelling, the urgency of living before you die, apparent sucks, Han Solo picking up the MIllenium Falcon with his bicep, and the space cows finally come home. Adam resists regard…
 
Magnetic molten lava, flashlights on drills, stuck in the back of a pitch black H Mart, pitching a new M Night vehicle, some light magnetism, the missing bits, light drivers. Links: Backyard scientist molten magnet Sammy Davis Jr Mr Bojangles--- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/appSupport t…
 
Some laser disc and compact laser discs and digital versatile laser discs talk, the end of a daft era, fun with electricity, a little Fugees Braddaissance. Links: Plugging in things that shouldn't be plugged in Intro music :All Out of Love by Air Supply Outro music: Make Love by Daft Punk--- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to…
 
It gets cold when you're old, the merits of bargain computers, r-sync and the foibles of the desktop Dropbox app, Backblaze and other workflow talk. Links: Episode music:Back That Azz Up by Juvenile--- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/appSupport this podcast: https://anchor.fm/gutterballs/s…
 
Brad is happy to revisit oatmeal, toasted groats are the goat, talking Talking Heads, Links: Swiss oatmeal Talking Heads, Stop Making Sense Boalsburg, PA, birthplace of Memorial Day Episode music: Genius of Love by Tom Tom Club--- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/appSupport this podcast: ht…
 
Clouzot's 1953 thriller The Wages of Fear was a groundbreaking movie and was later remade into Sorcerer, a favorite movie of ours. Joining Sid and James once again is Remi Treuer, comedian and host of "Say the X" on Twitch. Part one of this episode focuses on The Wages of Fear - its characters, its setting, and its artful build-up of tension. It's …
 
Oats vs beans, wheat vs chaff, a tired conversation about the various incarnations of Scooby Doo, OK Scrappy, Scooby and the arrival of beer, seats and lids and covers, potentially death-inducing nubs. Links: Nubs Rolled oats vs steel cut oats Intro music: Scooby Doo Papa by La Tropa Estrella Outro music: Scooby Snacks by Fun Lovin' Criminals--- Th…
 
The note also rises, the tink core, screen craps, once the drumming gets too complex, it's zines and scenes all the way down, learning to type, the T9 input method, it's nice when the tool becomes invisible. Links: Power Duo Intro music: Walk Away by James Gang Outro music: Walk Away by Phish--- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest wa…
 
Moving masses of people via tweet, some whimsy talk, I'm gonna lick that, drinking molten flag poles, and the correct pronunciation of La Croix. Links: Some mouth horn competition for Brad Episode music: The Good, The Bad, And The Ugly by Ennio Morricone--- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/…
 
Tracking Kevin Sorbo down through the ages to find the powers of trillions in the dirt-stained life of VR journeys to read the plaques at the forest prisons. Link: Boom Clap, Elk Road Remix--- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/appSupport this podcast: https://anchor.fm/gutterballs/support…
 
Morph cuts, Sleeping in a bucket, fun with bicycle pumps and soda, Brad likes it both ways, and listening to Frank Zappa instead of trying to somewhat improve our show. Links: Odo Shapeshifting Homer in the Real World Van Halen, Hot for Teacher Frank Zappa, Joe's Garage cover Frank Zappa, Watermelon in Easter Hay--- This episode is sponsored by · A…
 
The square is bigger than the duck, different yeast flavor profiles, half kimonos, very poor and somewhat dangerous driving habits, and we did not talk about Toobin with my tube out. Links: Lorelei single Galliant Learn about Duck Hunt And its accompanying Zapper--- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://a…
 
Non-Euclidean geometry rears its ugly hyperbolic head again, a mute mic fake out, the relativity of ancient history, workin' that claw machine or maybe not, a millimeter man, Brad attempts to cure his perspective, and it's terrifying when you find little taxidermied animals coming to life. Links: Non-Euclidean geometry George Harrison, Got My Mind …
 
Can American auto workers get along with their new Japanese bosses? That was the big question in the mid-1980's as Ron Howard's Gung Ho, inspired by real events, tried to tackle the subject as an inspirational comedy. In hindsight, it's an awkward movie to watch, riddled with racist/xenophobic assumptions about both the Japanese and American auto w…
 
Brad and Adam discuses Styx's fifth album while Adam bakes scones. Also in this episode: Mrs. Featherbottom plays a 1 inch drum, swimming in sauce, a perfectly timed little zinger, eating a bowl of cumin, and much much more. Links: Prelude 12 on 12 What are these lyrics? Family Size frozen chicken parm--- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The …
 
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