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fripodding and playing fair: “hey, soul sister” by train

The mother of one of my best friends recommended I check out this song, “Hey, Soul Sister” by Train. At the time, it was a song I thought I had never heard by a group I never heard of. My

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revisiting summer poetry

I’m working on some new poems for this summer season, regardless if they have to do with summer or not, but I will post them when they are ready to be read. In the meantime, I thought I would showcase

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place your bets: 2010 oscar predictions

‘Tis Oscar season once again. Actually, it has been for a couple months now, but the race for Hollywood’s biggest night (March 7th) officially started February 2nd when the nominations were announced. Every year I like to play along with

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Posted in academy awards, awards, movie, oscar, poetry, review

fripodding and reciting: “icarus airlines” – taylor mali

Technically, this post I had planned to write last week. And I also planned to be all poetic about it, because if you are familiar with this artist’s name, you will know he is one of the great poets of

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Posted in friday, fripodding, ipod, poetry

“anesthesia” a poem

If it’s one thing I miss– often longed for and desired– it’s the sense of touch last felt when last time expired.   My arms kept her safe, comforted at a time when we were significant others. The sense of

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“cubicle assumptions from mr. mondayn” a (working) poem

I can only assume outside the birds are stalking their food, squirrels are playing tag, flirting perhaps, and millions of creepy crawlies are doing something obscene in and around my yard.   I can only assume the roofers roofing my

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dreams of anti-fame

I was reading about the dreams of aspiring screenwriters who want to make it big in Hollywood… as well as some money figures of what some screenplays sell for – even the ones that’s don’t get made. And to be

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  • 124. spaghetto May 27, 2020
    Spaghetti is a plural noun. Plus other shenanigans.  We cite our sources: https://www.cnet.com/news/no-nasa-didnt-find-a-parallel-universe-where-time-runs-backward/ https://www.insider.com/people-cant-believe-what-the-singular-form-of-spaghetti-is-2017-7  
  • 123. pope & crew May 14, 2020
    Sterling and Kortney welcome DeaconFATAL (@fullofbass) to the pod to discuss the process of composing film scores, assistance for vets during the COVID crisis, Duke Ellington, and Alexa's shenanigans. There was an asteroid that almost hit us... And a bunch of docuseries(es) to check out after you finish Tiger King. And check out DeaconFATAL's Sound […]
  • 122. cowboy tim April 29, 2020
    This episode was recorded a while ago... Quarantine life was still new. Sterling, Kortney and Berto are just passing the time in this episode. Just enjoy the shenanigans.