Monday, February 23, 2009

Episode Forty Five - Mysterious Ways

This week we complete our homeschooling 'Trilogy of Terror' with 'Mysterious Ways', another Manny Edwards film, this time about a Nurse Ratchet-ish public school board member trying to take down the homeschooling community, so the family jump ship and raise their children on a farm. Yup. We also make a retraction of our assumed knowledge of Texas property tax laws. Big ups to 'Yacht Rock', for being the best internetz show ever. Go. Watch. Now. Except for the Jethro Tull episode. Not feeling that one. And a screenshot from 'Noby Noby Boy' my PSN Golden Calf of the week. Direct Download to this episode! Right Here!



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5 comments:

AceFire said...

Hi guys. I just listened to your podcast on Mysterious Ways. I think it was Jon who said he found it a bit extreme for the family to move to the farm and live off the land. Didn't the kid who wrote the Eragon books live out on a farm and still achieve global success with his books to the point one of them was turned into a movie. I don't think it is extreme at all for what that family did if it will make their children's lives better before being exposed to that level of life without building the necessary foundation to deal with it. I would like to see the film now because of Jon's comment.

AceFire said...

I love RED!!! They are a great rock band and yes they are Christians but I like them because they make great music.

AceFire said...

Can't we just make films/music/games without always being a version of what is done in the world already? But then again what is done in world is not exactly new either.

Tiredofsteam said...

Any idea how we can reply to AceFire? Good point about the Eragon guy. I could definitely see the kid in this film doing something like that.

Jay Kadana said...

Do you guys NOT have a "contact us" button or "about us" button anywhere on your blog? I can't find it at least. I recently found your podcast and am really enjoying it. I find your insights pretty funny, and surprisingly off-color... not what I expected, and I guess that's why I love the show so much. I still can't believe your bit at 37:29... I'm smiling just remembering it, hilarious! Keep up the good work