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Episode 173- The Ginger Man vs. the Fat Man- A Heavy Discussion About Kevin Smith

Trentus Magnus November 8, 2016


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In this week’s ball-joke-making episodes, Magnus… well, this is a 7th episode so technically Magnus should be joining forces with Chris Honeywell. But that proved impossible.

So… other arrangements had to be made.

Guys, we need to talk about Kevin Smith. Yes, he’s funny. Yes, he seems like a nice guy. Yes, he’s been something of a geek ambassador to Hollywood.

But he has, shall we say, other problems that need to get straightened out. Or at least publicly-acknowledged.

Thus this episode is intended to be a springboard for your own ideas about Kevin Smith’s work… and perhaps Kevin Smith as a media figure as well.

Nobody expects you to blindly agree with what’s said here; simply giving the matter some thought will probably go a long way.

Due to the deluge of ass-kickery this week, unfortunately there just wasn’t time for listener feedback this week. But don’t cry about it because there’s more coming in the future!

Patience! The vast backlog of feedback will be addressed in due time. Fear not!

Still, it’s not a total loss. There’s a tiny bit of feed-forward in this episode. More than you’d think considering the respondents had less than 36 hours to see and reply to the Kevin Smith post in the TMPR Facebook group.

In the meantime, though, don’t let the lack of feedback this time get you down! You can still offer your feeble effort at tribute! You humble serfs are always welcome to kiss your benevolent leader’s ring. Corrupt DiManzocorp interns are ready, willing, able and eager to accept your bribe to present your meager missives to your wise emperor. The email address to use is trentusmagnus@gmail.com as the other seems to be having technical problems.

In an another sublime act of truly unprecedented charity, your emperor permits you lowly rabble to suggest topics for a future episode. Thus, petitions may be sent to trentusmagnus@gmail.com for DiManzocorp interns to review, whereupon your leader might consider thinking about the possibility of potentially discussing whatever you have in mind some day. And that’s a promise!

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