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Your Weekend Justice #184: Two Tables Flipped For Your Face

It’s Weekend Justice: the Internet’s #1 audio trainwreck. It’s the podcast that is waiting for the spaceship to arrive and take it to safety as the world ends. It’s not here yet but we expect it at any moment. Honest.


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  • Stop bothering Rox with your last minute crap Xmas gift ideas
  • The danger of Amazon Prime
  • The evil of raisins
  • Fun with Instagram
  • Cat butt coffee ale!
  • Leigh vs. gravity and the death of keyboards
  • The Hobbit and hotness
  • Kids and fandom
  • Aaron Sorkin, making people sad
  • Spazhouse: The Barbershop
  • Angela Lansbury, not dead
  • The Flaming Keyboard
  • French Cumberbatch
  • Rox’s search for cake
  • The Search for Star Trek Sex Toys
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  • More Hobbit talk
  • Serious Tolkien fannishness
  • Drunk Irishman!
  • The Irish Sexy Elba Song
  • Aaron’s amazing drunk dials
  • Drunk intros
  • Rob, more befuddled than ever
  • How to improve Gone With the Wind
  • Walking Dead giant balloons
  • Rock Lobster!
  • Fruitcake bonus!
  • How to record from your bed. While drunk.
  • Eric Stoltz and a giant needle of love
  • What happens in (REDACTED) stays in (REDACTED)
  • What’s weird about lesbian arms
  • How Drunk Aaron can make you money
  • Headsup: There’s new Weekend Justice gear as well in the Zazzle store.

    Thanks to Jon from The Unique Geek for helping us sound good.

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    • Well, I wasn’t going to listen to this podcast – since I knew you would talk about The Hobbit (which I loved) and Widge’s review made me sad. I didn’t want to be sad again.

      Really glad I did break down and listen – or I would have missed the Drunken Irishman Power Hour. That made my holiday season complete. It’s podcasts like this that make me keep giving you money.

      Oh, and yes, Widge – you ARE meant to read The Silmarrilion. I read or listen to it once a year and find it wonderful. But then, I made it through the Dead Sea Scrolls, too, and found them fascinating. My brain is wired weird.

    • Carol: The event in question did not have a title until just now. But henceforth it is dubbed “The Drunken Irishman Power Hour.” Well played.

      I might go back and attack the Silmarillion via audiobook at some point. And I don’t know anybody whose brain isn’t in some way wired weird, so you are in good company indeed.

      P.S. We appreciate your continued support. May the FSM smile and foist noodles upon you.

    • Widge: I tried reading the Silmarillion too and couldn’t get into it. I took the advice Rox gave me during a phone conversation and read the Wikipedia (which is always right) synopsis of it. I liked The Hobbit, but saw it in standard format. I’m glad I did, because even sitting in the back row I still got a little nauseated from the video-game style chase scenes. So I won’t be going back to the Big Screen–of any format–for a second viewing.

      Carol: I have a friend that likes the Silmarillion as much as you do. He even likes it better than Lord of the Rings or The Hobbit and feels Peter Jackson should have started his movies with the Silmarillion first.