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Black Lives Matter

This podcast stands by Black Lives Matter.

The outright murder of George Floyd by the police is inexcusable, as is the near-constant abuse of the African American community by the law enforcement that is supposed to be protecting them. We feel this is obvious to anyone who cares to pay attention.

We feel it is important to use the platform we have, however small, to speak out against these injustices.

Of course, making this post doesn’t accomplish much on its own, which is why we implore you to donate or volunteer (or protest). Do what you can, because without serious, immediate reform, this problem isn’t going away any time soon.

Honestly, this post was partly spurred by seeing a similar post on Polygon, which we’re going to link below. They have an expansive list of charities and other ways that you can help support the cause. I implore you to do so, if you have the time or resources.

Former president Barack Obama also posted a list of charities to donate to on his website.

Finally, consider donating to either the ACLU or the Minnesota Freedom Fund.

Thank you for your time. The episode scheduled to release today will be releasing tomorrow instead.

Black Lives Matter.

It really is that simple.

E112 – Hamtaro Grab Bag

As action-packed as an easy-bake oven.

Hamsters call themselves Ham-Hams, sing, and go on incredibly mundane adventures. What’s not to love? Well, everything. Meanwhile, Michael remembers having a Hamtaro manga, Peter is dumbfounded by the fact that this show even broadcast on Toonami, and both hosts struggle to make distinctions between favorite and least favorite episodes.

Also included: an evil crow shows us what the show could have been, the love triangles of hamsters, magic clocks.

He-Man and the Masters of the Universe will release March 11

E109 – Dragon Ball Z Part 15

What, Perfect Cell is so shrimpy compared to Semi-Perfect Cell! He must be a total weakling!

Cell completes his transformation, and becomes something of a showman. Meanwhile, Michael realizes the weird origin of one of his early D&D characters, Peter cracks up at a particular shot of Krillin, and both hosts acknowledge that Cell is probably a better villain than Frieza.

Also included: DBZ weather patterns, a Krillin’s Krillin, the use for the Hyperbolic Time Chamber Kami DOESN’T want you to know about.

Dragon Ball Z Part 16 will release January 29th

The Future

Announcing that the podcast is moving to a fortnightly release schedule for 2018. Episodes like the ones we’ve already recorded will be dropping every other week, beginning on January 3rd. Release time will remain unchanged, at 3 PM PST.

In the off-weeks we’ll be recording minisodes about 15 minutes in length discussing more specific topics.

Our social media schedule will also be changing, so expect some hiccups in our non-podcast updates over the coming weeks.

Rest assured, we’re not going anywhere.  Next week we’ll be tackling the first 13 episodes of Sailor Moon R.

The World's Strongest

E01 – Dragon Ball Z: The World’s Strongest

On our first episode, Michael and Peter discuss the Dragon Ball Z movie The World’s Strongest, and consistently drop the “The” from the title.