In which Alan & Antonio deal with
strong cellular deficiency
And they talk aimlessly about connection (quite rightly) and other high-level stuff.
Hello, planet Earth, do you hear? Instead of raising the bar, we have the lowest possible quality. Zero.
But I love these conversations a little more every time, because it’s nice to talk tech (and other stuff) with Alan. And please listen through the end since he has got a special surprise with the outro.
So this episode seems a weird radio program from the 70’s, with some joker at some place having fun of listeners.
The worst podcast ever.
How can I not worry, Antonio?
Charting our frequency? Seems to be increasing.
[What are we talking about?]
The battery. Welcome back. OMG. Talking disruptions.
And I keep forgetting the English language.
I almost watch no tv.
I love #Fleabag. I love that a show about a dry-witted, grief-stricken, hypersexual, depressed person is even getting attention. I love that Phoebe Waller-Bridge won for her performance. I just love #Fleabag.
— Michael Boo-nlein (@MichaelBCompany) September 23, 2019
Then there’s Lucy. Of course the broken connections means Alan thinks I’m talking about the other Lucy from I Love Lucy. But no, at the time I didn’t know nothin’ about this Lucy #2. For me the one and only is the One From The Peanuts, a memory from my adolescence.
And talking about comics: You want the Italians? Diabolik, Satanik, Alan Ford, Jacovitti…
Last, there is Jacovitti, a genius telling Western-style stories, with dumb cigarette-smoking horses, pencils, salami-on-foot and worms on the ground.
I learn that Alan looks at his browser’s cookies (to check privacy etc.)
Usage of facebook. Usefullness? I find myself saying:
No other medium to contact far-away friends besides calling them FTW??
Alan Tweets In ALL CAPS:
I’M A VICTIM OF THIS PHONY CONSTITUTION THING.
— Alan Levine (@cogdog) October 22, 2019
Not bad for a broken episode
And that’s all, folks.