If it's crap ... We'll tell you
After the way too fun and all too exhausting, weekend-long SpillDotCon the League of Extremely Ordinary Gentlemen will be taking a break this week to recover. We'll be posting the audio from the LEOG LIVE show that all of you who didn't make it to SpillDotCon didn't get to enjoy.
Think of it as our clip show.
...Ahhh, who am I kidding? Korey told us we could take the week off but we love doing it too much. Expect this week's show to feature excepts from LEOG LIVE, discussions about the behin-the-scenes of SpillDotCon, of course answers to your questions and maybe a special guest or two.
One of those guests being Joe Parsons from Master Pancake Theater to tell us about a new side project he's got going.
Hit us with you questions and comments ASAP!
...Oh, and in case you haven't seen Stephan's (very LEOG-centric) winning entry in the Spill FilmFest Awards, Check. It. Out!:
What is the greatest drunk story ever told? (by each and every one of you)
This question is for Cyrus, you mentioned in one of the podcasts using alcohol and (i think) mj to help you deal with your social anxiety. I've got social anxiety pretty bad too, to the point that I dislike even going to the mall due to crowds and I was wondering how you managed to get past that and become more confident socially.
I don't know if I'm late to post, but I'm gonna give it a try.
First of all, thanks for the awesome weekend of Spilldotcon, especially Mr. Peter Fungusmonkey for the stream on the site.
I finally read Watchmen. Yeah, yeah, yeah, I know I'm very late to party. This book had an impact on me, I felt sad almost angry with what happens in the end. And still today, I'm still thinking about it. I'm having a rollercoaster of emotions because of this book.
So my question is: With what book did this to you recently?
In case it's just Spilldotcon questions, here's mine. What new member that you didn't know that well that impressed you this year?
What comics could you spend hours making fun of and ridiculing.