We here at MITC Productions hold fast to the idea that it is not our fault that people actually listen to the horrible Useless Drivel Podcast. That being said, considering this week’s episode, you only have yourself to blame. Seriously. Join your hosts Robert and Matt as they are barely able to eek out a podcast episode after the awesome world of adulting they must contend with on a daily basis. From Thanksgiving one-upmanship to Shaolin monks, this week’s episode definitely falls in the category of highly questionable entertainment (for you). Be thankful you aren’t paying for it, because it’s Useless Drivel – A Podcast Without a Point!
Another Thursday, another podcast. Still recovering from the awesome, fatty goodness of Thanksgiving, Robert and Matt are here to tickle your ear-holes with all manner of nonsensical tomfoolery, sans the whiskey this week. Join your hosts as they caffeine up and get to chatting about the things that matter… or not – comics and zombies and video games, oh my! Sometimes serious, usually pointless, and always delivered with good intention, relax and enjoy a brand new episode of Useless Drivel!
Being a geek is awesome, plain and simple. Whether it’s rolling dice during a dungeon crawl late on a Saturday night or schooling your friends in cut-throat battles of Mario Kart 64, the time we spend on our geeky hobbies and with our even geekier friends is definitely time well spent. This week, we discuss the personal and social benefits of “geeking out” and the reasons we feel that being a geek among geeks is the best place in the world to be. So, turn on your consoles, zip up your cosplay costume and grab your gaming dice, because it’s about to get AWESOME!
Matt tends to be the butt of the joke in our little group, but that’s only because he’s an easy target a good sport. The Thanksgiving after his “hiatus” we decided he needed to be jumped back into our gang with the help of some nasty Jones Soda. He tasted it twice before he quietly set it down with a disgusted look on his face (Matt makes the best “eww, gross” face.) It was Karen and Robert’s laughter that gave the whole thing away.