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Your Weekend Justice #13: The Magic of Belief

Jerry Reed!

We’re back. The following podcast should be considered NSFW, not safe for children, and not safe for most forms of carbon-based life. It’s definitely not for the easily offended.


  • Tuffley for the wins
  • DragonCon post-mortem
  • Tuffley in diguise, that’s what you are
  • Obligatory Torchwood bitching
  • Ken & ScottC do a classic Looney Tunes routine
  • ScottC, his grandmother, and DragonCon
  • Psychics
  • In favor of dumbsploitation
  • Criss Angel
  • Believers vs. people who think
  • ScottC’s fanbase
  • Ken’s catharsis
  • Monkey Magic returns?
  • Fuck no, it does not
  • Widge’s secret origin
  • Widge’s musical past
  • Jerry Reed’s Kids
  • Jerry Reed: Beyond Thunderdome
  • ScottC’s heavy breathing
  • Velma’s wild experimentations

Of course, special thanks go out to Clutch for letting us use their absolutely badass song, “Promoter (of earthbound causes)” as our theme music for this.

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Group Picks:

Essential Jerry Reed CD cover art
Scooby-Doo's Snack Tracks CD cover art

Scott’s Pick:

Tuffley’s Pick:

Spore game cover art

Ken’s Pick:

It's the Great Pumpkin, Charlie Brown DVD cover art

Widge’s Pick:

Touch of Evil DVD cover art


  • the religious convention that occured during Dragon Con was the Salvation Army’s. That was exciting weird.

  • Wow, good to see how much you all DIDN’T review the XTrack panel descriptions this year.

    And, btw, butts were in the seats for the paranormal panels. *growls*

  • Um, hello…who was the one defending the concept of “Whatever gets butts in seats?” Don’t growl at me, young lady. Okay, maybe a little. :)

  • The growl was not at you, as I’m sure you are aware. :)

    I think this is a longer discussion, and perhaps not best here, about what everyone sees as “important” — because, trust me, from the e-mails I receive the list of an attendees “important panels” goes from left to right to everything in between. :)