Episode 140 - A 14A Television Show

So we went shopping a day early as Isabelle has a thing tomorrow.

Yesterday she went to an art exhibit that was all video.  It doesn't sound like something I would have liked much, though the story of the cow that fell down the hole is compelling.  The shite and black lines, not so much.

I saw a box of water for sale at the grocery store.  Western Civilization is nearly dead.

The thing she is off to is an art show.  She made a bunch of small paintings for it and some other stuff.  She'll be at a table selling stuff with friends and that is the important thing really.

Oh, Jon came along on this one as he had a PD Day today.  Indeed every kid in town was off school.  Jon gave us our title today.

Episode 139 - Soundscapes From the Deep, What Does That Mean? We Don't Know

Great title eh?  It has literally nothing to do with this episode.

Hey, it's snowing.  Well, it was bound to happen at some point.  Still, it is supposed to warm up again, so no worries as of yet.

MADDIE IS VISITING.  This is outstanding.

We talked about what food we would eat only by ourselves because of embarrassment.  This is inspired by a thread over at AVClub.  Pickle juice, logos and entire frozen pizzas come to mind.  For Jon, it is lamb....

Isabelle has some cool ideas for art projects with Jon's class, I look forward to hearing about how it goes.

We ended by talking about podcasting in general and of course our recently departed friend Bob.  If you would like to give to the fund for his son's education, click here.

Episode 138 - Bob

Recording MMVH Live with Bob and Anthony

Recording MMVH Live with Bob and Anthony

I'm not sure how much we're going to go into this (I am typing this an hour or so before we go shopping) but many of you know that we lost a dear friend two days ago, Bob Goyetche.  Bob was one of my co hosts on Best Episode Ever and the Marshall McLuhan Variety Hour, and he was really one of the original Canadian podcasters.  More importantly though he was our friend, and you have likely heard us speak of him before.  

Bob had a great impact on our lives, even though we both never spent that much time in the same room with him. 

Then we ran into Sgt. Wilson's Army Show.

Finally we had what I think was a pretty interesting discussion of art and manga/anime.