This week in the Wednesday Walk: sledgehammer fever, huggers, the headless robot kitten, pollen, Public Enemy: Swimsuit Models, the worst real estate photography, T.S. Eliot’s gossip from beyond the grave, Hamlet vs. Kylo Ren, and an alignment chart alignment chart.
Star Wars Month (observed) comes to an end as Glenn and Scott finish their examination of the franchise’s scores. First,…
The Star Wars sequel trilogy has come to an end with The Rise of Skywalker, and The Glenn Butler Podcast…
This week in the Wednesday Walk: A cavalcade of holiday cheer including mozzarella sticks, the bong menorah, Yukon Cornelius, the Folgers coffee incest ad, Jewish mad libs, a Yule Log for our times, CBD, how to troll a scammer, roots of ancient forests, and Mycecaean tombs.
This week in the Wednesday Walk: drunk birds, better Hanukkah movies, human composting, Mormon corruption, magical dreidel schnapps, the decade in internet highlights, the looming threat of Quentin Tarantino, military social media, infinite war, and an endless poster chasm.
In the latest installment of Star Wars Month on The Glenn Butler Podcast Spectacular, Glenn & Scott take a whirlwind tour of the musical landscape of the Star Wars franchise outside of the first two trilogies.
This week in the Wednesday Walk: toothpick sculptures, AI dungeon crawlers, Steiner math, the Ramones on dulcimer, algorithms that shouldn’t have been loosed upon the world, the tolls of unscientific nonsense, Queen Victoria’s fruitcake, and the sea.
Star Wars Month continues on The Glenn Butler Podcast Spectacular, as Glenn & Scott examine the epistemological quagmire that is John Williams’ scores for the Star Wars prequels.