The guys start with news of a major development in Staten Island food services. This leads to a discussion of price gouging at bagel deli. They then chime in on Bodega Boxes and how an idea of that magnitude even gets off the ground. This week was sports movie talk, baseball specifically. Social media had lots of opinions which were fine and so did Chris which was not fine. ****Spoiler Alert**** They finish up with a debate on spoilers and how much is too much? Chris closes the pod with an unbelievable story from the set of Cloverfield.
I’ve long argued profusely that Quentin Tarantino is American Cinema’s greatest Auteur. I know that’s an incredibly bold statement, but hear me out.
Michelle Ciotta’s new vlog series seems to have the same objective as DAPS, to feed you interesting stuff while helping you procrastinate. The series, called “Procrastinate With Me,” has Ciotta (also known as MichelleInSpace) run through a widely ranging series of topics. This first installment discusses everything from the discovery of water on Mars to Macklemore’s new music video.
Based on the amount in this post, I’d have to say that the missing link scientists are always talking about is in here somewhere.
DAPS Links: Testing Internet Life Hacks, A Guy Gets Bit By A Snapping Turtle, How To Take a Selfie, & More
You and these links should hang out, I have a feeling you might just click.
10 days ago, we shared an indiegogo campaign for “Some Guys Are Bigger Than Others,” a comedy about a magical Morrissey t-shirt and Lucha Libre wrestlers. Geoff Celis, the film’s director is having a very specific problem during fundraising for the project… He’s not Zach Braff.
In case you haven’t heard, 90s/Early 2000s Improv sensation, Whose Line Is It Anyway, is headed back to the airwaves.
Now that it’s officially been picked up by ABC for the fall schedule, Marvel’s Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. has on official promo.
I’m a little late to the party here, but have you guys heard Patent Pending’s cover of The Big Bang Theory’s theme song?
Few things on the internet embody this wisdom as much as the Vegan Black Metal Chef. His first video featured a candle adorned kitchen and some costuming, but as you can see above, in 14 episodes this has grown into a full-fledged Black Metal Mass of ridiculous proportions.