Episode Ninety Nine – Canned Pasta and Other Nightmares

Canned Pasta and Other Nightmares

A behemoth interstellar freighter hauls its dangerous cargo, as well as it’s crew and their baggage.

The day “The Excerebrators” arrived and put your brain in a forklift was pretty traumatic. But even after they are overthrown, can you go home?

The phase “Untouchably Sexy Maglev Trains.”

Hench-men placement services and work place negotiation with super villains.



Episode Sixty Three – Donut Tax Outrage!

Chef Boyardee

RPG – Paranoia (the 6th edition from Mongoose Publishing)

Film Director – Mike Leigh


Bonfire Night

Light Party

Broken Windows Theory

The Trader’s Tales Series, by Nathan Lowell

RPG – Hobomancer

Hobo Signs

Hobo Nickels

RPG – Bulldogs

Film  – Cargo (2009)

Film  – Pandorum (2009)

Card Game – Once Upon a  Time

RPG – The Extraordinary Adventures of Baron Munchausen

Glory, Book One of The Goldenwing Cycle, by Alfred Coppel
(Oddly, there is almost no coherent information out there about Alfred Coppel’s works ~ T. Jones)

TV – Steven Universe

TV – Buffy

RPG – Pilgrims of the Flying Temple

Counting To Infinity (rpg.net setting riff)

Video Game – Starship Titanic

Bog cycling Snorkling

RPG – Eclipse Phase

Bill English’s Pizza Crimes

Both the The Great Race of Yith  and the Fungi from Yuggoth indulged in non-standard abductions, the first using temporal body swapping from the distant past and the second employing the “brains in jars” principle to get fragile humans to their home on Pluto.  Fun times.

Film – Skyline (2010)

Film – The Matrix (1999)

RPG – Dark Conspiracy

Film – Tron (1982)

Book – The Ship Who Sang by Anne McCaffrey

Thomas the Tank Engine – and “The Repressive, Authoritarian Soul of “Thomas the Tank Engine & Friends

Film – Blade Runner (1982)

Untouchabley sexy maglev trains.

Film – Despicable Me (2010)

Book – Asterix in Britain

Flat Earthers from all around the world…


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