We need your help! Below you can find all of the scenes that our listeners thought should be considered for the Best Scene of the Year status! Now that they've all been nominated, we need to whittle it down to the Top Ten and here's how we're going to do it: Listen to the scenes (or not) and then leave a comment on this blog post telling us which three scenes are your GOLD, SILVER, and BRONZE choices. We will take that information and distill it into the Top Ten Scenes of Twenty Eighteens! THANK YOU!!
Hi all. I just wanted to give my heartfelt thanks for helping to make 2017 the best year ever for Wasting ALL the Time. Our Christmas special comes out this week and our Top Ten countdown comes out the following week. We have some new ideas on tap for 2018 so we certainly hope you stick around.
Happy Popcorn, and to all a good night, folks!
Just in case you've forgotten by the time you're down this far, leave a comment telling us which of the above scenes are your GOLD, SILVER, and BRONZE choices! Thank you!
Hey everybody! Dave here. I just wanted to let you all know that Wasting ALL the Time has launched a Patreon page in order to allow us to take this podcast to new heights. As you may know, we recently moved into a new studio space and we have plans to start making even more new and interesting content beyond our weekly show. With your help (as little as $1 per month), we see a bright and glorious future for Drowning Man Productions and this little podcast.
As always, thank you ever so much!
(PS. Goodnight, folks! - Jon)
Welcome back to Last Century… This week I listened to Ep. 74 - The Vinnie Jones Method which had Jay Patrick as our guest. In the cold opening we talked a little about how popular podcasters are. Jay is an actor in the Sacramento area that all three of us have performed with at one time or another. A funny guy! He most recently joined us on Ep. 156. ...
Ladies and gentlemen! It's about time we get ready for our annual American Independence Day special episode. To pull this off, we need your scene suggestions regarding the important moments in early United States History. To help us out, we ask that you submit your ideas through our special July4 contact form.
This week I'm going to listen to Ep. 73 - Marmoset Day. I began this ep with an unnecessary apology for sound quality because we used to record right next to the air conditioning unit. Yeah, it sounds different. Yeah, it's not great. No, it probably didn't need to be called out before it even started. Whatevs. This was the first appearance of fan and most frequent guest, Will Reed! This episode begins with a not un-typical scrambled beginning segment, followed by Will introducing himself. We talked about the Women in Science LEGO sets and the Brick Breakdown segment on the All Us Geeks podcast. ...
Well, well, well... time for another look back at 100 episodes ago! This week we're listening back to Ep. 72 - Your Dukeliness. Jon begins by explaining that the Geneva Conventions proscribes our time-wasting efforts. He also points out that if you want to see us prosecuted for war crimes, you should rate and review the podcast on iTunes to make us popular enough to go after.
Welcome back to Last Century! This week we released episode 171 so let's take a look back to Ep. 71 - The Evil Geniuses Without Borders Association. This episode kicks off with a long-ish cold opening with some fun random banter that happened before we began the official session. Someone let a "thyme" joke happen. We're sorry.