Nerdrahtio podcast 018 #saveGIJOE featuring What’s on Joe Mind including Cosplayer Joe Colton!

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A chunk of the What’s on Joe Mind crew, (Gary, Mike and Joe) come on to chat with me (Sam) and Tom about the current state of Joe, the current petition to #saveGIJOE and why it is needed. We want to see the con keep happening!

Tom and I pass one questions we have heard within the community, and our guests are proactive in addressing others. You can listen to the audio below in the embedded player, or via Itunes or Stitcher. You can use our drop down menu above to head straight to those choices for easy mobile listening.

click here to go to the petition (Hasbro is paying attention)

Click Here to support like the facebook page.

Save G.I.Joe has a website up it only has a audio promo at the moment, but you can click here to listen.

This Zinger qas quickly put up in our FB comments, and I had to make sure you seen it:

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We do know that The Loyal Subjects (of which are big fans) has their Joe line due out this year, and I am super excited about that.

There is also Kindle worlds stories to continue reading about your favorite Joes, written by fans, for fans. I named dropped Troy Osgood, but there are several high quality writers from Jim Beard’s Adventure team centric work, Justin Bell’s welcome to wolf squad, or the prequals to his dios, or Bill Nedrow, Don Mau’s tales of castle Destro are being moved there, and there is plenty more.

We do actually have t-shirts including the “Average Joe” shirt in a couple of variations, you can use the drop down menu above to check it out.

Additional show notes, links and images to be added (again) tomorrow (3/23/16) I wanted to get this out there so that you get to hear more about the petition and so you can help get the word out by SHARING!

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Lil Nerd and I build and review the Funko Paper Craft Batman set.

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me and the Lil nerd open up Funko Paper craft Batman set. I attempt to review it as I put it together, and my son plays away with the included pieces. Provides some fun background pictures, but the middle section of the diorama needs help being flattened out, and obviously being paper kids can tear them.  If, after watching the video below, you think it’s up your ally then scroll on down to see where to buy it.

You can grab this item at a good price below on Amazon. This is an affiliate link, meaning I may get a small percentage of the purchase sent back to me, which means you could get cool stuff, and support this website at the same time!

Funko DC Comics: Batman Paper Craft Activity Set

I drank pure cane sugar and lived. See the horror!

blueboardNIf sugar makes everything better… what about just skipping to the sugar? Of course we knew better, yet me and my brother wanted to brave it just for the experiment.  We first tackle some energy drinks, all but one foreign, and then top it off with cane sugar juice in a can. If you enjoy it we would appreciate a jump over to our channel and a like and subscribe.

 

Hey, this Swedish Banana Candy is actually Dutch? (We try it anyways)

blueboardNAt Joe Con 2015, I had brought Tom, The Silent Assassin, some ale 8 one that I had purchased from Jungle Jims, and some Banana Candy, that i thought was Swedish, for myself as a snack. It didn’t take long for me offer “Swedish Banana Candy” to someone and for it to sound worse than I meant it, jokes ensued. Here is me (Sam) and Brad giving it, and some pineapple single packed gummies a try.

 

Two Americans try British candy.

blueboardNBrad and myself (Sam) try some candy from the UK in our latest youtube video. See it below, and we would appreciate a like and subscribe if you enjoy it. You really should make it a priority to try those Milky Ways, they are far superior to the ones in the U.S.

Btw, we have a better mic for this setup now!

 

You should be watching Stan Lee’s Lucky Man

  
I tried to review the first episode. It didn’t happen. I tried to do a rundown of the series so far and again, it didn’t happen. Not for lack of trying, I went through many drafts, pages and pages of writing that just didn’t do it justice, so I’ve decided I’m not going to bother. All I’m going to do is give you a link to the opening and give you a message. 

Here’s the main theme, and here’s the message. 

Stan Lee has made a believable hero with the power over fortune, featuring some of the best actors and comedians British TV has ever made (yes the amount of comedians I spot each episode is amazing, and they play straight roles so well!). James Nesbitt is perfect, and my question to you isn’t whether you’re going to watch it, it’s why you haven’t started yet.