We’re not running long; it’s bonus content!  RIP Human Target.  We all are felons, evidently.  Sound drops are in! And Sony . . . is Sony,


Zuke, Schmidty, Stark, and Zohner




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Zohner’s and Stark’s Favorite: CDC gives Zombie warnings.  http://emergency.cdc.gov/socialmedia/zombies_blog.asp
Zohner’s alternate favorite: Admiral Ackbar is kind of a douche http://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=player_embedded&v=-tUGWloxDtU
Schmidty’s Favorite:  The end of the world… again.  So this is probably our last episode.

Zuke’s Favorite: Wanna be like MacGuyver?  Here’s how! http://fathom.info/macrecipes/


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    Error 2: Clark and Lois were NOT married in the 7 years in the future thing on “Smallville”. Clark fumbled the box with the wedding rings in it as they talked about getting married. The first wedding attempted was interupted. Why they didn’t get married after the crisis is beyond me. They did show Clark in the Superman suit, though it was so brief that if you blinked you’d miss it.

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  • Yeah, you’re absolutely right on Bones. Schmidty told mr the next day that he didnt realize he was a week behind with his DVR viewings! Oops. As for Smallville, you’re probably right; I still don’t care. Happy the show is dead!

  • Mason

    While I give the CDC and A for effort and an A+ for creativity I think the message was lost on too many people. I personally loved that they did this, but too many people only took it at face value. However in the light of our recent natural disasters people should pay more attention to emergency preparedness. If anyone is interested there is a great site that will help you step by step put a plan together. http://www.ready.gov/ also if you use what is outlined at http://www.the303plan.com/ it will not only help you be prepared but to also be confident in using your plan. OK soapbox is done, but this is what I’m getting my degree in and something I wish more people took seriously.

    Thanks for mentioning it on your show AND for getting what the CDC was trying to accomplish.