Podcasts- Lesbian Talk episode36 (No one puts Valyard in the Corner)

Me and Omega have ourselves a podcast! And we talk about… Lesbian stuff like.. HP Lovecraft and Thor.

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4 Comments

  1. Haaaah, not going to forget to comment this time!

    First of, congratulations on the Nerdvice inclusion! Starting when can we find Lesbian Talk there?

    I seem to recall that I’ve read where the Watermelon/fried chicken thing came from – For a while in American history (I think around the late 19th/early 20th century), those two things were the most convenient combination of very inexpensive, filling and portable foodstuffs. So they were popular amongst the people doing the hardest, worst-paid physical labor. You can imagine who that was.

    I don’t remember the effects in In The Mouth Of Madness being bad, but then again, I must have been a teenager when I first saw it. Time for a rewatch!

    I found it funny that just a moment after the zombie manatee thing, that manatee (or is it a seal?) statue picture popped up on screen. Was that intentional on Omega’s part?

    And it’s really a shame that Steven Moffat has no respect for the history of Who. He doesn’t seem to realize that the longevity and rich history are what makes the show special. I guess you could say the same about J.J. Abrams…

  2. Hearing Hagan talk about an opera metal band that can put Nightwish and Within Temptation to shame piqued my interest but I’m afraid I couldn’t quite make out the name. Could someone with better hearinf assist?

    • Therion. I suggest ‘Secret of the Runes’, ‘Vovin’ and ‘Dennigal’ as albums to start with.

  3. The movie you were talking about was indeed called The Long Weekend (The original as well as the remake- It was changed to Nature’s Grave in the American release.)
    I’ve never listened to Therion…I’ll have to give them a try. The only thing close to the type of metal you describe that I’ve listened to are the bands Tristania and The Sins of Thy Beloved.


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