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This week we discuss why the Green Goblin kidnapped Anderson Cooper (seriously, why?), how to sneak into parties, bad Mew Year's Eve visions, where the old people at, a racist cartoon sent to us, and email.
Tags: Co-Host 3000, Korey, LDT, Let's Do This!, Podcast, Spill, Spill.com, Uncle Popcorn
I feel bad for everyone involved in the Green Goblin NYE fiasco, except for the producers of the Spider-Man Broadway show. As they say, "Bad publicity is good publicity," and a lot of people were talking about it. Now Marvel, Anderson Cooper, the Times Square NYE committee, any of the partiers who had to stand out in the cold experiencing that... those people I feel bad for. (I also don't feel bad for the Spider-Man actor, because his face was covered up the whole time.)
I am not a big commenter but I have been listening since the very first show, before it was even LDT. And people bitched about the fact that Co-Host was subbing for Carlyle; now those same folks get on that bullshit train every single week. Billy is a great addition to your show and fits organically into the mix. You guys seem to have so much fun together, and for that I love listening to you three. Rock on and screw the haters! Uncle Popcorn's the shit (and I say this as a woman of color).
Brilliant show ahahah!
It's pretty ironic that they mentioned the 'Anderson Cooper video' during the part where they answer the 'depression question'.
For one...you guys explained it perfectly and pretty much the steps I take if I'm feeling stressed or depressed (I could be completely happy for a while, but theres always something that will bring me down, and thats natural with everyone)...
and the reason why the Anderson Cooper reference felt ironic, is because HE can REALLY explain how he got through his depression. Incase you dont know, his brother committed suicide by jumping off a building..and even something with his dad that hurt him. His mother was tempted to end her life after that until she thought about Anderson and couldn't bare the thought of leaving him alone.
Look at him now, whether you watch him or not...he is a great news journalist and even has his own talk show (which he sometimes brings his mom on to talk). Plus when you see his 'Ridiculist' on CNN, its hilarious and makes you wonder how he kept a great sense of humor after all that.
I honestly don't know how he does that, I would be one of the people that would possibly end up in a constant state of depression. Just losing a dog is hard enough, let alone a relative or anyone that close to you.
---Also there was a guy on Judge Judy when I happened to turn to it not long ago...the defendant was asked about losing his father 25 years ago...he picked up a bottle that long ago and never put it down. Still an alcoholic. I know thats something that will stick with him forever, but you cant let that happen to yourself.
So quickly here is my process, which they happened to mention basically, but first of all....stay away from guns and alcohol.
-talk to somebody you can trust about how you're feeling.
-relieve your mind from anything negative, even though its nearly impossible.
-think about memories that you can never forget that always bring back a smile.
-walk or ride around your favorite local place.
-listen to your favorite song(s)...I have one pretty much prepared incase I get sad because it feels so uplifting.
-play a game that might keep your mind occupied, as long as it isnt stressful enough to make you pissed at it.
-whatever your favorite place is...go there at sunset or sunrise...seeing my favorite spots around those times always gets me thinking about everything positive in life.
@Les Claypool Fan
Many people that say Warrior has a bad story, most likely mean that it has a predictable/fantastical plot. I mean the fact that both brothers advance to the finals and each one needs the money. Some people just feel like that's highly unlikely and I can't argue with them. The performances were so great all around that its easy for me to overlook.
Oh, dam Billy is raising the inteligence level of LDT!? "Well surprise, surprise, surprise!"
The story was bad in warrior? MANY people would disagree with that. The story between nic nolte, tom hardy and joel E felt very real and at times touching. Obviously you are entitled to your opinion but to say it was bad is a strettttchh.
This guy needs to be on more shows he has a great radio laugh.
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