Your Weekend Justice #242: Special Emphasis on the Colon

Uri Geller and spoons

It’s Weekend Justice: the Internet’s #1 audio trainwreck…finally back with another pre-DragonCon episode as we try to clear out the archives now that 2nd Halloween is over. This was recorded before the con, so when you run across those bits, don’t be alarmed.

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By |December 2nd, 2015|Podcasts, Weekend Justice|0 Comments

Win the Legacy Edition of Billy Joel: Piano Man!

Billy Joel: Piano Man

It’s the Sony Legacy Edition of Piano Man from Billy Joel. This two-disc set is pretty sweet–here’s what they have to say for themselves:

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By |October 26th, 2011|Contests|0 Comments

Your Weekend Justice #122: Juicebox on Ice

It’s Weekend Justice: the Internet’s #1 audio trainwreck. It’s the podcast that goes shopping for sex toys at 2pm in the afternoon over a long lunch and just doesn’t give a damn. So this podcast was engineered–some might say over-engineered–by experts to escort you from the work week in the most chaotic manner possible. Please note: this podcast is profane, definitely oversexed and definitely overwrought. It is wrong and unsafe. You have been warned.

Billy Beer

Agenda:

  • Sex on ice skates
  • Tim Burton‘s Footloose the Musical
  • Tim Burton’s Weekend Justice
  • High school musicals
  • The Broadway report
  • From Google Plus to half-nakedness
  • Rox gets 27 inches
  • Semi-naked
  • Safewords…or not
  • Sausage and Tang
  • Live action Fairly OddParents
  • Rox and The Illuminati
  • A Dance With Dildos
  • Leigh vs. Red Velvet Cake Ice Cream
  • The birth of WEJipedia
  • Nudity vs. bondage and underwear
  • Amazon shopping goes completely and utterly wrong
  • That’s not how espresso should be used
  • Aaron finds an inflatable friend
  • Back Up On It!
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    By |July 15th, 2011|Podcasts, Weekend Justice|1 Comment

    Your Weekend Justice #119: Love and Pineapple Juice

    It’s Weekend Justice: the Internet’s #1 audio trainwreck. It’s the podcast that obscures your sky. So you can stay home. Yeah, you’re welcome. Anyway, this podcast was engineered–some might say over-engineered–by experts to escort you from the work week in the most chaotic manner possible. Please note: this podcast is profane, definitely oversexed and definitely overwrought. It is wrong and unsafe. You have been warned.

    Eye in the Sky: Alan Parsons Project

    Agenda:

  • U.S. = reception
  • Aaron lives in Angle Inn
  • Wildfire, or so they called her
  • New excuse for getting off of work
  • Rox lervs Derren Brown
  • Charo IS Starro
  • I Dream of Leigh
  • Jon vs. Kraken!
  • Aborted alcohol report
  • Rox’s skull vs. a baseball bat
  • Rob Zombie vs. Woolite
  • Billy Joel reference
  • NippleTalk!
  • Aaron’s X-Men berating
  • Jon’s kids’ Gulliver’s Travels review
  • Aaron vs. The Bangles
  • War of the Michaels
  • Comic books
  • Peanuts in Rox’s universe
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    By |June 24th, 2011|Podcasts, Weekend Justice|0 Comments

    Win The Last Play at Shea on DVD!

    Last Play at Shea DVD

    It’s The Last Play at Shea, out from Lionsgate on DVD. Here’s what they have to say for themselves:

    Paul Crowder (Director, “Amazing Journey: The Story of the Who”) and Mark Monroe (Writer, The Cove, Academy Award Winning Best Documentary Feature, 2010) chronicle the intersecting histories of the landmark Shea Stadium and the legendary performer Billy Joel. An engaging look at the highs and lows of the New York Mets and the life and musical career of Joel, The Last Play at Shea interweaves interviews with players and performers with exclusive concert footage from the goodbye performances in July 2008. New York City serves as a background for those who were there – including Sting, John Mayer, Garth Brooks, Tony Bennett and others – to share their stories of these electric summer nights. The film, narrated by New Yorker Alec Baldwin (TV’s “30 Rock”), also highlights a special performance by Paul McCartney. Making its DVD debut on February 8th, the release of The Last Play at Shea also contains special features including two deleted scenes: Billy Joel’s Front Row “Ticket Santa” (a segment showing audiences Billy Joel’s tradition of finding fans with the worst seats in the house and moving them to the front row) and an interview with popular rock and sports journalist Chuck Klosterman.

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    By |February 2nd, 2011|Contests|0 Comments

    The Sound Board #7: Musicians Who Want to Act & Actors Who Want to Make Music

    Needcoffee podcasting

    This podcast generally covers music and other transgressions and is co-hosted by Rob Levy, Tuffley and myself. Let us know what you think.

    This episode’s central topic is musicians who think they’re actors and actors who think they’re musicians. Some people can pull off one or the other–some can do both. And why is it easy for some musicians to naturally make the transition over?

    Other topics include Billy Joel vs. his drummer, Paul McCartney jumps ship from EMI, Primus returns–and sucks, Cirque announces their Michael Jackson show and even more.

    Headsup: You can find the music we discuss at our Amazon Store.
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    By |May 12th, 2010|Podcasts, Sound Board|4 Comments

    Your Weekend Justice #62: One Taste Is All It Takes

    And we’re back. Please note: this podcast, if you haven’t figured it out, is profane and not safe for consumption by children or animals. Or sentient creatures of any sort. Or even cardboard boxes. Nothing. Nobody. Got it?

    Athena Barbie

    Agenda:

    By |April 16th, 2010|Podcasts, Weekend Justice|2 Comments

    Jonathan Coulton and His Peter Pan Advice

    Jonathan Coulton with laptop

    Our friend and yours, Jonathan Coulton, brings a Billy Joel cover song out from the privacy of his own room. It’s a sweet version of it to be sure.

    Direct link for the feedreaders.

    You can visit Jonathan at his site here.
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    By |February 27th, 2009|Contests|1 Comment

    Win Oliver and Company on DVD!

    Oliver and Company DVD cover art

    It’s the Billy Joel song-fueled remake of Oliver Twist with animals, Oliver & Company, hitting DVD from Disney on February 3rd. And we’ve got two copies to give away. What a deal. Here, have a trailer:

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    By |January 23rd, 2009|Contests|6 Comments

    Headsup: Zulli With Gaiman, Winchester With China, Scarlett With Tom

    An ongoing attempt to make sense of the onslaught of new swag that people want you to buy. Should you? I’ll try and help.

    The Facts in the Case of the Disappearance of Miss Finch Cover Art
    The Pixar Touch Cover Art
    Swine Not? Cover Art

    The Facts in the Case of the Departure of Miss Finch is the tale of an underground circus, and some friends who, with Miss Finch in tow, attend. And what happens next, which you can guess has something to do with the title and leaving. There’s something to be said for Gaiman‘s story, which as the book explains hasn’t exactly been made widely available on this side of the pond (and has shades of Gaiman’s work on Alice Cooper’s Last Temptation–no surprise, as Zulli provided art for that as well). Any Gaiman is better than a lot of other fiction writers working today. There’s something to be said for Todd Klein adapting the thing for this Dark Horse edition (and I’ve seen a lot of people attributing the whole thing to Michael Zulli, so…). But the thing that I was most looking forward to was seeing the aforementioned Mr. Zulli do smilodons. I’m not giving anything away–there’s one on the cover. An excellent addition to anyone’s Gaiman shelf, unless like me, yours is spilling onto a second shelf. (Click here to buy it from Amazon.)

    It’s not secret we’re big proponents of Pixar around here. Even now that they’ve merged with Disney into a Skynet-like animation deity called Dixar. But if you want to pull back the curtain to see the little man behind it (or in this case, the cadre of animators), then The Pixar Touch from Knopf by David A. Price is the ticket. Seriously though, what do we, the pop culture nerds, know about Pixar beyond the fact that we want to work there and that John Lasseter has been accepted by many of us as their lord and personal savior? Price lets us know how a company went from zero to being the leading animation house of our time in a relatively short amount of time. And it’s not like it’s a wart-free story–it’s fairly treated. For Pixar fans, you’re going to want to check this out. Recommended. (Click here to buy it from Amazon.)

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    By |June 28th, 2008|Headsup|2 Comments