GBU Season 2, Episode 8: The Rocketeer

This was an awkward recording and you can hear it in every cringy moment on-mic. I thought about pretending that wasn’t the case, but in the spirit of living up to the Candid Podcast name (which means less than nothing, by the way) I figure, let’s just come out and acknowledge it.

Early in the episode I cut Kayleigh off while she was trying to make a point. To my mind, I was just being conversational and interjecting, but I clearly overstepped, and you can savor the awkwardness through your earholes. Then, we spent a half-hour taking polite dumps all over a movie Jon really loves and wanted us to love too, and it’s a thing to behold if you’re into absorbing other persons’ discomfort.

We got together on Saturday, 27 April, on an afternoon when I was feeling pretty shitty about the way life sometimes goes, to watch and discuss Jon’s choice of film, Disney’s The Rocketeer. I think, as in the Shazam! episode, you can hear my malaise throughout the recording. Oh, well.

The Rocketeer is a movie I’d type a little more about if I hadn’t gotten drunk this evening as a poor coping mechanism for dealing with life. This is a post I might eventually sneak back to edit when no one is looking, and make it a little more respectable. In the meantime, let’s just be glad there’s a post in the first place.

As ever, thanks for stopping over to the blog. I’d love it if you shared the show with your friends if you like what we’re doing. You can follow us on Twitter @GBUpodcast, andlk you can get in touch with us there, or by e-mailing me at Brian@candidpodcast.com. Don’t forget to rate and review the podcast on Apple Podcasts or the podcatcher of your choice! You can also find the show elsewhere, including Spotify and Stitcher.

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