XMas Haul

XMas Haul

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I never did post about the stuff I received for XMas. I got some shirts and socks and other practical things, which proved to me that I am now old. Getting socks for XMas and being happy about it is a dead giveaway. My wife also gave me that massive all in one Bone collection. It is both fine graphic literature and a good arm workout.

My brother got me the balance of the stuff in that photo. He gave me the third volume in Marjane Satrapi’s Persepolis series, as well as an Ask a Ninja shirt and a Tiki Bar TV tiki mug. You can’t see that well in the photo, but it has the Tiki Bar logo embossed in gold on the back. This is exactly what I was talking about the other day. Rather than charging a micropayment for your show, sell fans a nice fancy mug!

All in all, quite a good holiday in the material sense. I look forward to filling that mug with some silly drink they make on the show, and also to killing you soon.

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Dave Slusher is a blogger, podcaster, computer programmer, author, science fiction fan and father. Member of the Podcast Hall of Fame class of 2022.

4 thoughts on “XMas Haul”

  1. I am, in fact, quite proud of those purchases. I love the twofer of supporting the media we love and getting you some really cool shit.

    Really, what could be better?

  2. Dorothy says:

    dave, you’d make a cool ninja.

  3. PJ Cabrera says:


    I don’t always get or like the humor in “Bone.” There’s something about an old fat gay dog with a “package” in a g-string that makes me want to poke my eyes out. On the other hand, your wife got you the cool wrestling gear some years back, and now this and who knows what other stuff you love through the years. I don’t know, Dave. I think she is trying to tell you you’re special.

    As for the Tiki Bar TV and Ask a Ninja stuff, I’m jealous. You have a really cool brother, dude. My sister got me socks. I don’t quite feel that old yet. LOL

    And, now I want to find out what’s so special about Persepolis.

    Damn you, Dave, and your pushing my consumerist buttons. 🙂 j/k

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