Manage episode 262609375 series 1942362
Episode XXX brought to you by Crown and Stache Barber Company, Orange Circle Optometry and Made.Shop Riverside. Music provided by Strike Anywhere With some light at the end of the quarantine tunnel, the guys meet via Skype one more time. It's still crazy and we discuss our running experiences with the pandemic, without going political. We discuss a few of our favorite memes coming out of COVID-19. Dan S. provides an update on Crown and Stache Barber Company and what they are doing to prepare for a Phase 3 reopening. Official Mandalorian merchandise is coming out finally, and we talk about our scores, along with the difficulty getting May the 4th merchandise. Music: Dress the Wounds by Strike Anywhere There is a new Madalorian documentary series on Disney+ and it is awesome! It helps all of us appreciate the prequels more. Then the Clone Wars blew everyone who watched it out of the water. It’s the 40th Anniversary of The Empire Strikes Back, which was supposed to be a major focal point of Star Wars Celebration this year, but the event is still up in the air. Even so, we talk about how amazing the film is. What’s up with Trolls? We discuss the dispute with Universal and just about every theater known to man regarding the release of Trolls World Tour. Was this a wise decision by theater companies? Is this a new trend for movies? Music: Imperium of Waste by Strike Anywhere Insane Clown Posse not only cancelled their Gathering of the Juggalos, but also donated merchandise to make masks. Many other shows, like Bad Religion's 40th anniversary tour were cancelled. This one hits us hard as we all had tickets to multiple shows. This leads to a discussion about refunds from Live Nation and Ticketmaster and how they are attempting to handle the massive amount of refunds owed. Plus, what is happening to the Hella Mega Tour? There have been several new releases from bands during the last few weeks. X released the first album with the original lineup in 35 years. Danzig released an album of Elvis songs, which was a bit deceptive, plus has some issues with the vinyl release. FInally, Chicano Batman released a new album, which X reviews. The WWE has been in the news lately. Both for releasing a massive amount of talent during a pandemic, as well as the rumor they are up for sale. What are the chances of some of this talent showing up somewhere else? How true are the sales rumors?