Maxx Burton and the Curtain Jerkers are turning Japanese this week.
The South Florida Wrestling Pundit himself, Steve Mesa, The Viking, Brian Burton and our very own Enforcer, Walter Ball review WrestleKingdom 12.
But that’s not all. We talk about the legendary Jushin Thunder Liger and the road report.
Please note we can neither confirm or deny former show host Tom Clark and Maxx kibitz over WK12.
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Two great interviews this week on Arm Cast: Dead Sexy Podcast with great host Armand Rosamilia.
Stephen Page is part Shawnee and part Apache. His books of poetry include The Timbre of Sand (1999) and Still Dandelions (2004). He graduated from Palomar College, Columbia University (with honors), and Bennington College. He received a Jess Cloud Memorial Prize for Poetry, a Writer-in-Residence with stipend from the Montana Artists Refuge, a full Writer Fellowship from the Vermont Studio Center, an Imagination Grant from Cleveland State University, and an Arvon Foundation Ltd. Grant. His book reviews are published regularly in the Buenos Aires Herald and on Fox Chase Review. He also writes short stories, novels, screen plays. He has taught literature, ESL, and film studies. He loves family, spontaneous road trips, and throwing his cellphone into a large body of water.
KJ Howe is the executive director of Thrillerfest, the annual conference for the International Thriller Writers. KJ has been immersed in the world of kidnap and ransom for the last four years in preparation for THE FREEDOM BROKER series showcasing elite kidnap negotiator Thea Paris.
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On this episode of Your New Opinion, the boys release a monster sequel! That is, a continuation of the monster vs monster debate. It’s a brutal beat-down about big beasts!
Join us as District Attorney Ben and California Ed guest debate while Nick and Ryan judge. DAB turns into a wild man arguing for sasquatch while Ed wades through the cold waters for the Loch Ness Monster.
How will Ryan relate this argument to The Beatles? How baby-like are Nick’s ears? How will Ben’s love of John Lithgow pop up? How will Ed’s sasquatch call sound like?
Find out who the La-hoo-za-her is in: The Loch Ness Monster vs Bthe Sasquatch!
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In many dystopian tales, science is the culprit for the downfall. Often, the eggheads were trying to make things better and it just didn’t go as planned. This week, Jim talks to Ashleigh Reynolds. Her series, beginning with Paroxysm Effect, looks at what would happen if mankind had been freed of negative emotions and violence for decades, and then suddenly those feelings came rushing back at once. This week’s Three Minute Survival Tip talks about the importance of having comfort foods in the pantry.
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