Ep 8 - They Might Be Giants...Fans

2/20/1

PJ takes an eye exam while Suzy L loves the smell of warm paper fresh off the ditto machine.  1:15:43                                                                            Writer/Editor:  SK Morton                                                   Producer:  Squidge McSqueezy                                             Guests:  Suzy L, PJ and Babette

PJ takes an eye exam while Suzy L loves the smell of warm paper fresh off the ditto machine.

 1:15:43                                                                            Writer/Editor:  SK Morton                                                   Producer:  Squidge McSqueezy                                             Guests:  Suzy L, PJ and Babette

Ep 8 - They Might Be Giants ... Fans

Good things (And stage 4 cancer) come to those who wait. And it looks like the patience of the Throng might actually be paying off.  It's possible that we've finally come close to producing something that might resemble entertainment. Let's enumerate what we've got here:

The podcast starts with the announcement that everyone has called in sick and that SK has been left surrounded by women; by chicks; by dames; by skirts; by tomatoes; by chippies; by sheilas; by the weaker-yet-more-demanding sex.  What the show lacked in testosterone it more than made up for in reduced earning potential.

Next we are introduced to our second candidate for the Cocoa Chair, Suzy L.  The Throng may know Suzy from her emails to the podcast or for her SCUBA work with Roto-Rooter.  Suzy delivers a strong performance but seems a little threatened with the introduction of our cub SF Giants reporter and fellow rib pirate, PJ.  PJ tells us about her life-long home neighborhood of Telegraph hill all the while denying her ties to San Francisco's elite. After being joined by Babette the coven discuss the best looking players on baseball's world champion San Francisco Giants.

Upon further examination, here's some more of the same old crap.

 

Show Notes:

As promised:  PJ's pictorial documentation of the construction of what was to be Pac Bell Park.

Posted on March 20, 2015 .