Yeah, so, on this week’s Dorking Out, Margo and I order a pizza ONLINE and dork out about “The Net,” starring Sandra Bullock.
Yeah, so, with the coronavirus spreading all over the world, Margo and I figured it was a perfect time to revisit 1995’s OUTBREAK on this week’s Dorking Out.
The movie stars renowned action star Dustin Hoffman, Renee Russo, Morgan Freeman, Cuba Gooding, Jr., Donald Sutherland, and super creep Kevin Spacey.
I hope you’re all being safe, my friends.
Unfortunately, here in the U.S., we have an ignorant president, who is more worried about increasing cases of this virus hurting his chances for re-election, and a vice president who doesn’t think science is a thing, so they’re not really doing anything to prevent it from spreading.
Yeah, so, the world is a political dumpster fire, so listen to me and Margo dork out about the movie “Dave,” starring Kevin Kline and Sigourney Weaver.
And over at What a Creep, we’re talking about director Alfred Hitchcock. It turns out psycho wasn’t just the name of one of his movies.
Yeah, so, in a week I’m going to be in NYC for the first time! Whaaaaaa?
It’s kinda stupid that I have never been to New York, so my mighty, mighty good man David and I are finally making it happen.
Stay tuned to this blog or my Instagram for photos and updates on our adventures. Don’t go to Facebook, because I’m thisclose to deactivating my account.
We’re going to stay with our good buddies John and Chris, and I can’t wait to see them and catch up. And, AND, I’m finally going to meet my podcasting sister from another mister in person, Margo.
I know, right? That’s some pretty exciting stuff.
Other exciting stuff, my hair is pink now. It’s like a sunset on my head.
Oh, and my new job is going great. I’m so happy. The UX content strategy team recently had an offsite. It was just three days of talking about words, voice, and tone. It was so rad.
After 10 years at the same job, this has been a big change for me. Obviously, the job responsibilities are different, but the culture is different. It’s a tech company, and everyone is really creative. They have really interesting hobbies, and the company is supportive of that. There isn’t this culture of pretending that your life stops when you walk into the building from 9 to 5, if that makes sense.
For example, I can tell people that I write a blog or co-host three podcasts, and they ask where they can find them. Everyone follows each other on social media. Everyone seems really interested in each other’s creative pursuits.
Also, there was a board game night, which gave me an opportunity to show off David’s amazing board game collection. Here’s V, Sara and I playing Doxie Dash.
My favorite quote of the night: “What am I going to do with this bra?” – V
So, yeah, I’m really happy there. The other day the office brought in puppies. Seriously.
Speaking of puppies, last week David, Calvin and I went to Faction Brewing in Alameda with Beegs, Sass, and Levi, and we brought Toby. He made some friends while he was there.
A few quick podcast updates for you
What a Creep has a Patreon page now, so if you want to kick us a few bucks to keep What a Creep going, you’ll get access to our super-fun bonus episodes. Margo and I have a cocktail and talk shit. You’ll love it.
Yeah, so, Margo and I talk about Louis CK on our latest episode of What a Creep.
There are some folks who think what Louis CK did isn’t that big of a deal. It is, and we talk about it. We also have a really good chat about the difference between punching up and punching down in comedy.
Oh, and, I get all ranty, so if you’re aching to hear Ranty Sonia, this is the episode for you.
Over at Dorking Out, we continue to celebrate F This Movie’s #ScaryMovieMonth with an episode about “The Blair Witch Project.” This movie absolutely terrified me back in 1999. How does it hold up? We talk about it.
We’ve got big plans for both podcasts in November. The Patreon page for What a Creep will go live soon. Plus, we’re celebrating season 5 (OMG!) in November with a theme: 90s in November. If you have a movie from the ’90s you’d love for us to dork out about, let us know on Twitter or send us an email at email@example.com.