Thursday, January 28, 2010

Episode 12 - The future

In this episode, which might be number 12, or 11, or 13, or some number bigger than a golf ball, the Three Skating Mojitos discuss the technological future of debate, the ups and downs of MJP, why boring lists of old debaters should be other boring lists of old debaters, and whether pigs have wings. Get it here.

Wednesday, January 20, 2010

Step away from the iPod!

TVFT fans around the world are depressed at the news that we won't start up again until next week. For everyone else, it's dancing in the streets.

If you're wondering, the reason for the delay is so that Bietz can get into shape for the Vancouver Olympics. (He and his figure skating partner have extremely high hopes of taking a medal. Whatever.)

Thursday, January 14, 2010

This week is postponed

The Three Reliables have agreed to postpone this week's episode so that one of them could keep his day job. We will return next week with our predictions for the next decade. Prediction number one? We will never miss another recording date. Ever. Hardly. Much. Unless we have to.

Thursday, January 7, 2010

Episode 11 - The Decade in Review Pt 2

The three Save-the-Baby-Seals-by-Clubbing-Them-First guys continue their run down of the last decade. Or at least two of them do. Menick does occasionally pipe up with something, but only on being kicked awake under the table. The episode is here (although, as always, iTunes is soooo much more convenient).

If you want, you can make a game out of it, to help you stay awake. How the points work:
1 point if you know who the person being talked about is
2 points if personally know the person being talked about
3 points if you ever debated the person being talked about
4 points if you are the person being talked about
5 points if you are the person and are preparing to sue for defamation of character but knowing that you are an automatic winner will stay your legal hand

Saturday, January 2, 2010

The Sound of Music

It seems better to answer questions here. Someone asked what the music was. It's just something I did to amortize the expense of my Yamaha Clavinova (captured via GarageBand). If I can get a few thousand people to buy it, I'll be even.