Evil Genius Chronicles Podcast for October 16 2014 – Just Saying Goodbye

In this episode, I spend a long time talking about the casual cruelty imbedded in the way people use the word “just” as in “just don’t work there”; I mention the video that made me stop eating regularly at Jimmy Johns; I talk about PG Holyfield’s memorial service weekend and publicly mourn him and Thomas Peake; I finish by talking a little about Tiny Tiny RSS and why finding RSS feeds to follow was surprisingly difficult for me.

Here is the direct MP3 download for the Evil Genius Chronicles podcast, October 16 2014

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8 thoughts on “Evil Genius Chronicles Podcast for October 16 2014 – Just Saying Goodbye”

  1. Argh. Should I watch the Jimmy Johns video? That place is handy when you need a fast to go lunch.

  2. Dave Slusher says:

    I would skip it because it really made me lose my taste for the place. Also, like Chick-Fil-A the less you know about the politics of corporate restaurants the better. You have to maintain plausible deniability.

  3. Chris Yale says:

    Great episode, Dave. I’m still listening after all these years.

  4. Dave Slusher says:

    Thank you for your support. I am glad to have you as a listener and a friend.

  5. Derek Coward says:

    Holy cow. I was thinking about doing a show on the word “just” last night while making dinner and the dickishness of the word. Little did I know, Dave had beaten me to it by a few days. I had to stop listening before you really got going, but it freaked me out a little to hear my thoughts coming back to me (said much better than I ever could, damn you). When this meeting is done, I know what I’m going to finish.

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