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The Dork Forest

Dork on Dork Dialog with Jackie Kashian. I am interested in whatever dorky thing you want to talk about. Guests speak to their love of books, TV, Movies, Comic books, websites, food, wrestling, cars, action figures and bees. There is room for all in The Dork Forest. This is a safe space. Credits: Music composed and performed by Mike Ruekberg (Sarah Cohen on intro) Audio fixes by Patrick Brady Website design by Vilmos
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Oct 4, 2011

My guest is Matt Fulchiron, standup comic and, seriously, a guy that will watch some TV. This episode is a LOT like hanging out with Matt and I. We talk about how dorky we are about the new technology. Follow him on twitter for more of this. He’s great.  

 

Credits:

Audio leveling by Patrick Brady

Music is by Mike Ruekberg.
Website design by
Vilmos: who has his OWN podcast.

 

The websites are www.jackiekashian.com and  www.dorkforest.com.

Apps are available for the iPhone,and Android. Review the show on iTunes and feel free to e me. Jackie@jackiekashian.com

 

Notes:

Steve O Jackass guy.

28 Days

Yes, Dear

Viggo Mortensen - Aragorn

Qwikster/Netflix

The Big Lebowski I just never saw it. Not my fault! He’s never seen LOTR.

A Door Into Ocean

And then the phone rang… I just left it in – entertaining? Podcast rules?

Ipod first unveiled Oct, 2001. Right after 9/11, coincidence? Yes. No conspiracy.

Comedians of Comedy

Always Sunny in Philadelphia

Louie

Todd Glass with a heckler

Matt Fulchiron Comedy Central Presents

Dave Mordal

Wreckreation with Dave

It’s a Mad, Mad, Mad, Mad World

Norman Fell

Melissa McCarthy

Rich Sommer said he’d talk board games with me. One day.

Fantasy Island

Shipmates

Gotham Comedy Club with Matt on Oct 4th

Me on Late Friday

 

App Bonus Note: Adding to the whole episode of not remembering names…Jonathan Coulton

2 Comments
  • over six years ago
    Jackie
    Chock full o fun facts!
  • over six years ago
    Todd Mason
    Utterly charming and relaxed episode...if I had more energy, there'd be more blather here!

    --Well, speaking of Hardwick...the pro sport one at least used to be able to smoke during is bowling...golf, as well. Precision sports, where either lung capacity nor a bit of smoke in your eyes (unlike in, say, archery) don't really matter.

    --WIKIPEDIA--yeah, you don't need to learn too much code (not really any) to contribute. You might find your contributions immediately messed with or challenged, as I did last night.

    Still, the single most obvious source for AVATAR might be Poul Anderson's "Call Me Joe"...(not so much his novel, THE AVATAR). (Meanwhile, the kind of mythic intrigues that Ms. Leigh Brackett was writing in her adventure science fiction, faintly echoed in THE EMPIRE STRIKES BACK and perhaps more strongly in such crime-drama filmscripts she was alive to finish, such as the Chandler adaptations THE LONG GOODBYE and THE BIG SLEEP--the latter where she was picking up the slack for a drunken William Faulkner, didn't really depend too much on the young upstart writers of the time such as Orson Scott Card to give too many pointers for...OSC was just starting to publish when the STAR WARS films started rolling out, while Brackett was the senior collaborator with brand new pro Ray Bradbury on at least one fun pulp story.)

    What's remarkable (or is it vaguely typical?) about Melissa McCarthy's career has been after good work in all seven seasons of GILMORE GIRLS (the 7th was pretty weak, after the creator/producers were forced out), and two excellent seasons of SAMANTHA WHO?, they give her the Emmy for MIKE AND MOLLY after the film makes her excellence impossible to ignore any longer.

    Love Bernard Malamud's fiction, but I've yet read THE NATURAL, even though I enjoyed the film (and find it the only film or whathaveyou where I don't find Glenn Close offputting)...