Jim and I recorded our last episode in Portland and here is a video of part of the show.
I started following Chris Brown on Twitter so I could more easily shame him about beating up women.
A few days ago , I replied to #TeamBreezy with this tweet.
What followed is an email I got from a young black woman who insisted on defending Chris Brown.
As you read, please remember that I only made the fat joke in retaliation for being called fat myself and, more importantly, because it was a funny fat joke.
At this point, I gave up.
I am not a woman, nor am I black, but I still feel that my feelings on what Chris Brown did are just as valid as anyone else.
Maybe someday, somebody can explain to me how a young black woman would side with Chris Brown instead of Rihanna. I mean even if he never hit anyone, his music still sucks.
The King of TV meets The Queen of Comics! Paul Goebel is not only a professional comedian but also a nerd of the boob tube and sequential art. On this week’s ComiCast, Jess and Paul discuss the transition of a beloved medium to the small screen. What does it take to adapt from a comic? What is up with the sudden increase of superhero influenced shows? And our top 5 shows we wish we could see adapted from a graphic novel/story arc.
Paul “The King of TV” Goebel [Twitter] is a stand-up comic, a television nerd, a TV personality himself, and the host of The Paul Goebel Show (a great, fun tv-centric podcast on which I recently guested.) (more…)