Saturday, July 08, 2006

#37 - Like We're Going To Bring The Cheap Buns?

Welcome again to Zee and Zed...yes, Zee and Zed.

Thanks to Baby, Misty, Andrew, and Misty from Geek.Farm.Life for the revealing introduction. Topics on the show include lip-syncing with Karen, the oldest joke in podcasting, cast update (and we're not talking pod"cast"), imaginary friends, Steve is happier than we thought, Matt's making stuff up, our 4th of July, buns, what's the deal with polygamists?, "Americanadian Differences - Musical Icons born on February 9: Ernest Tubb vs. Stompin' Tom Connors", "Ask Lyndon - Accents", you can now send us a comment via Odeo, Target, and how we met.

Shows and sites mentioned include: Dawnzzle, Cheap Date, Smart Bomb Radio, Quirky Nomads, Digital Detroit Radio, Nobodies, Zaldor's World, and The AndyCast.

Music by the Fastbacks (courtesy of Sub Pop) and King Bonk.



  • Glad to hear your son is on the mend. And as for his "imaginary" friend, I swear I have nothing to do with it.. yeah, nothing to do with it.. uhh, yeahhhhh, that's the ticket...

    By Blogger jtl, at 7:15 AM  

  • What's that smell?

    By Anonymous brad in alberta, at 10:27 AM  

  • Hey Brad,

    Is it the glue you're sniffing? What's that supposed to mean???

    By Anonymous Anonymous, at 10:39 AM  

  • Oops. I had two web pages open and posted to the wrong blog.
    Apparently it is the glue I'm sniffing.

    By Anonymous brad in alberta, at 11:08 AM  

  • Here's the post that I meant to make...

    The next time you are invited to a family barbequeue, rather than ask what you can take, and before they can make suggestions, blurt out "Great, I'll bring a desert", and don't give them a chance to talk you out of it. Then show up with buns and the desert (or salad or whatever).

    By Anonymous brad in alberta, at 11:10 AM  

  • I don't know if you can just blurt out, "I'll bring dessert." If you do that, you run the risk of your dessert sitting on the table, being uneaten and ignored, feeling like the red-headed stepchild of desserts.

    I think the answer is to boycott all family events until they give you the respect you deserve. Oh, wait... that's my answer because my family sucks.

    By Blogger Jen, at 3:57 PM  

  • Brad in Alberta has it right except blurt out whatever it is that YOU want to bring. I suggest the Roadkill Kebabs. Ummm, tasty!

    Imaginary friends are par for the age you son is in. However, if he still has them in college, I would take away his computer games and MySpace account and send him out to a singles bar.

    I think this show is also a record low on number of apologies, but I could be wrong. "-)

    By Blogger etherdog, at 6:54 PM  

  • Hey Brad,

    When you bring the desert, how to you carry the sand?

    And where do the camels go?

    I think the glue fumes are still getting to you...


    By Anonymous Anonymous, at 10:40 PM  

  • I saw Stompin' Tom in Toronto when Conan O'Brien was here...awesome! It was a dream come true.

    Of course, The Hanson Brothers also do a rippin' version of The Hockey Song. Check it out ya'll:


    By Anonymous Dave, at 11:05 AM  

  • Anonymous, what are you talking about, "camels"?

    Dave, The Hanson Brothers were my introduction to Stompin Tom (via Karen on both fronts). We've got all their CDs. Lucky you, you got to see him. Was that a taping of Conan or a seperate show he did independent of the Conan appearance?


    By Blogger Zee And Zed, at 1:21 PM  

  • Whoa, for a minute there I thought you were talking about the "MMMMMMbop" band, Ross.


    By Blogger jtl, at 10:59 AM  

  • Hanson Brothers

    Though I have to admit, I'm curious to hear the "new" Hanson. I think they now have indie cred or something like that.


    By Blogger Zee And Zed, at 11:56 AM  

  • Hey Ross,

    Just raggin' on Brad since he typed desert when he clearly meant dessert....

    The camel reference was obviously not a well placed reference...

    I'll do my best to be smarter.


    By Anonymous Anonymous, at 4:15 PM  

  • Heh heh. Yeah, we love the Ernest "Tubbs". Hmm. Yeah. :) Jason from the Nobodies

    By Anonymous Anonymous, at 5:34 PM  

  • Ross and Karen are my imaginary friends. I hear their voices in my head every week.

    By Blogger Shelly, at 12:11 PM  

  • I saw Stompin' Tom ON Conan when he came to Toronto to tape the show for a week. It was awesome.

    There's more about it here:

    By the way...The (hockey) Hanson Brothers rule. I've seen them in Toronto about 3 or 4 times, and once in Dublin, Ireland for a few numbers during a NoMeansNo show (guess they were in town at the same time..heh heh).

    Ahhhh I miss live music.

    By Anonymous Dave, at 6:36 PM  

  • hi, oobi is a real show and the eyes are the googly kind. unlike your esteemed caller, however, i like the show a lot. its a hell of a lot better than frickin caillou. and id watch oobi over big love any day.

    big love is horrible boring and confusing. and whats the deal with that weirdo roman character.

    By Blogger king bonk, at 1:22 PM  

  • Bonk, anything over Caillou, true enough.

    Roman = Harry Dean Stanton, the only thing about that show I really like.


    By Blogger Zee And Zed, at 1:50 PM  

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