User avatarEpisode 2: Cheery Polar Bears

Hot on the heels from Episode 1 comes… you guessed it, Episode 2!

In this episode, Kev and Ian discuss, amongst other things:

  • The musical zeitgeist
  • How to recognise a time travelling horse
  • The future of breakfast cereal
  • The economics of Chinese Manufacturing

 

 

17 comments to Episode 2: Cheery Polar Bears

  • I haven’t listened to this yet, but if I had, I’d probably say something like “I’ve listened to this”.

    We’ll see whether or not that happens when I have actually listened to it.

  • Ian "Mac Mac Mac Mac" McIver

    I have listened to this prior to this, in its rawest form, in that I was there when it was being recorded and I said some of the things that appear in your ears when you listen. I have not listened to the final product.

    When I have, I may record a comment to confirm that I have listened to the final product.

  • I’ve listened to this now.

    Well, there we have it – I got it basically right, but didn’t anticipate that cheeky final word. So close and yet no prize. Better luck next time! *closibg theme tune*

  • Ian "Mac Mac Mac Mac" McIver

    Was ‘Closibg’ that Norwegian crime drama that was shown on BBC4 a few years ago?

  • Yeah. I nicked the music for this because I wanted something creepy with a prominent flugelhorn.

  • I’d tell you about my prominent flugelhorn but… waaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaay!

    (what?)

  • Are you allowed to “waaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaay! (what?)” your own comment?

    I think this should face the same stern rebuke as my use of an exclamation mark in “IT is ISN’T it!” rather than the traditional question mark.

  • You DO, don’t you?

  • Ian "Mac Mac Mac Mac" McIver

    He DOES, doesn’t he?

    (Yours was an unthinkable act coupled with an unforgivable series of events. Mine was just good humour).

  • He DOES though, doesn’t he?

    (I’m not sure if it’s me that’s committed an unthinkable act or Kev. Actually I’ve committed several and what I’m really worried about is whether one of them has been discovered.)

  • Ian "Mac Mac Mac Mac" McIver

    He DOES mind, doesn’t he?

    (It was him, him and his bad grammar. Not you, you and your better grammar. I know all your unspeakable acts. I’ve got them in a list and employ a staff of fifty to monitor them 24hrs a day).

  • (You don’t know all my unspeakable acts. Some of them are actually spoken about so you wouldn’t guess they’re unspeakable. If that’s not hiding in plain sight I don’t know what is.)

  • Ian "Mac Mac Mac Mac" McIver

    He erm DOES mind though, doesn’t he?

    (you broke the chain, now that officially makes you worse)

  • (I’m always the bad guy here.)

  • Ian "Mac Mac Mac Mac" McIver

    (That’s why you’re permanently seen holding a glass of champers without a face. You’re ‘No Face Champers’; that’s what they call you. In the same way that everyone calls Kevin ‘Mr. Chang’.)

  • Kevil

    (That’s true that is, LITERALLY everyone does that.)

  • (I’m sorry, I didn’t know there was anything special about my richly engraved crystal flute. I thought it was normal for it not to have a face.)

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