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  1. You think the caution label scares you? There used to be a shop at the MGM Grand in Las Vegas that sold all kinds of hot sauces. For certain sauces, you'd actually have to sign a release for the State of Nevada before they'd allow you to purchase!
  2. Depends on the sauce, really. There's a thai restaurant near where I work (in fact, I had dinner with TrekMD there once ) -- I'll use any and all hot sauces they have there. But I'm not one of those hot sauce people who has to look for the hottest of the hot. I like a little pick-me-up.
  3. Episode 99! This time Jim and Sean talk about a couple of not-too-common arcade games that have a surprising number of things in common and some pretty interesting back stories. http://fab4it.com/piefactory/audio/PFP_Episode099C.mp3
  4. Just barely missed the July deadline, but here's a new chapter! In today's episode: Sean does another Facebook bullet-pointed list Chicago myth-busting "Dear Ruby," a tribute to the writings of Italo Calvino and to a source of frustration for some people in Sean's line of work https://schnookpodcast.com/audio/Schnook_Chapter011.mp3
  5. OMG, I actually have a smaller version of that mixer! A friend of mine sold it to me literally for a dollar about 20 years ago.
  6. Good lord...haven't updated this thread in months! We apologize for the lateness. We have switched to a 3-week schedule due to a little thing called life. Unfortunately, this coincided with the 4th of July holiday. But nonetheless...here's the new episode! http://fab4it.com/piefactory/audio/PFP_Episode098.mp3
  7. I've been really off the ball on my podcasts...not posting updates....well, I remembered this time. Chapter 10 actually does have a classic video game segment, so it's on topic! In this episode: My SENIOR Year in High School - answering a frequently-posted social media survey The Mysterious Phantom Pac-Man Game - For years Sean has insisted that a sequel in the Pac-Man franchise existed, yet nobody believed him. The Doors Without Jim - What's the point? Well... https://schnookpodcast.com/audio/Schnook_Chapter010.mp3
  8. Just the title of episode 93 is longer than some of the tweets we’ve sent out. Unlike with episode 92, these two games actually provide us with something substantial to say…imagine that! And we hope to see you at Midwest Gaming Classic today! http://fab4it.com/piefactory/audio/PFP_Episode093.mp3
  9. Okay, I think the podcast went through successfully this time! At long last, Sean is back with episode 49, about the newest game released for our beloved console! http://homebrew78.fab4it.com/media/hbh_episode_o49.mp3
  10. BTW, that rep from "Microsoft"...her name was Lisa Smith.
  11. Holy cow...okay, yeah, looks like someone else's podcast feed got crossed into mine....I'll look into it....thanks for the heads-up! 😉
  12. At long last, Sean is back with a new episode about the newest game released for our beloved console! http://homebrew78.fab4it.com/media/hbh_episode_049.mp3
  13. Episode 92? Hey, what can we say? A new month, a new episode, a New Rally-X. (And, of course, a Super Xevious!) More info about the This Week In Robotron contest at Midwest Gaming Classic coming soon -- keep your eyes and ears open! http://fab4it.com/piefactory/audio/PFP_Episode092.mp3
  14. Something I used to love doing to coworkers when they left their computers unlocked and unattended was to do a screen grab of the desktop and make that the wallpaper.
  15. Oh...and we have a special announcement too. http://www.fab4it.com/piefactory/audio/PFP_MGC_announcement.mp3
  16. So episode 91 was released a couple of days ago. In this off-topic episode, Jim and Sean reminisce about life with their favorite 16-bit computers. http://www.fab4it.com/piefactory/audio/PFP_Episode091.mp3
  17. Hey, everybody...I think it's about time I awaken The Atari 7800 Homebrew Podcast from hibernation! Let's start with this new title from PenguiNet, that technically isn't really a homebrew per se, but...hey, let me know whatcha think about it anyway. Because of its highly specialized custom chips, there's no way to emulate it right now, so you actually will have to play The Real Thing. Here's the link: http://www.penguinet.net/Games/Rikki_Vikki/Purchase/index.php It's a pretty expensive 7800 game, but even if you don't buy it, at least buy the (much cheaper) Windows version if you can -- it's worth having on any platform! I'm thinking my deadline will be Thursday, March 21, 11:59pm Central Daylight Time.
  18. The wake of St. Patrick’s Day brings the world a new chapter in this as-read-by-the-author book in podcast form. In this episode: • Death of The Mad Russian - Six years to the day of his death, we must wonder: why WAS he so angry? • Music for Schnooks: The Cliché-Free Love Segment - Sorry, no puns based on the name of the Elektra Records band, but…well, just listen! http://schnookpodcast.com/audio/Schnook_Chapter007.mp3
  19. Might as well start a thread, eh? Once again, in downtown Milwaukee at the Wisconsin Center - which is huuuuuuuuuuuuuuge (not quite McCormick Place or the Javits Center, but still huge)...weekend of April 13. I'll be there in the vendor space representing Pie Factory Podcast with my co-host Jim, and if all goes according to plan, we will be having an amazing contest (winner must be present). And we'll likely also be sharing space with frankodragon, who will be selling some of his Atari 7800 homebrews. I think Eugene Jarvis is one of the scheduled speakers. Brian Colin -- artist and creative force behind Arch Rivals, Pigskin 621A.D., Rampage, and others - usually sets up a display near where Galloping Ghost Arcade is. (If they bring Spectre Files, TRY IT -- it's a ton of fun!) Svengoolie will be there as well. Don't recall who else is going to be there -- I've just been focusing on my own planning and such. Guys, Games, and Beer usually has a nice room, and they're really cool people. web site is www.midwestgamingclassic.com
  20. It is the 90th episode, and there is time for...Pie Factory Podcast. So, here we are: ninety episodes in. Fun fact: if you listen to an episode of Pie Factory Podcast every day for ninety days, it will take close to three months to complete. While you're at it, play a couple of rounds of Dark Ages rugby, but don't fall under a rock. http://fab4it.com/piefactory/audio/PFP_Episode090.mp3
  21. I guess I should chime in (apologies for being late!)...I bought a Vectrex and Sean Kelly Multicart from Scott about a year ago. Very happy guy here!
  22. Hey, all...I really didn't want to just pimp myself here, but Justin encouraged me to post updates about this podcast nonetheless. With his blessing...Chapter 6 is out! February is a short month, but not so short that a new chapter isn't published! In this episode: Growing Up Catholic: Catholic School - Sean talks about his wacky adventures in education under the rule of the Vatican Long Title -- Music For Schnooks -- Don't Meet Your Heroes: Talented Dummy Edition - In honor of a recently departed musical hero http://schnookpodcast.com/audio/Schnook_Chapter006.mp3
  23. Episode 89 is available! Wait…isn’t Pie Factory Podcast a biweekly podcast? Didn’t they just put out a show five days ago? But…how? And then they…but there’s another…hoo, boy; how did they do it? (It’s called physics.) Look, just enjoy the show, mac. http://fab4it.com/piefactory/audio/PFP_Episode089.mp3
  24. Tonight only: Pie Factory Podcast's Triumphant Return! Episode 88 features falling blocks discussed by these falling blockheads: what could possibly be more fitting? In this landmark 2019 comeback, join Sean and Jim as they talk about not Ferg. That's right, Ferg will not be mentioned in this episode. Listen to find out why! http://www.fab4it.com/piefactory/audio/PFP_Episode088.mp3 (BTW, it seems I'm only posting podcast stuff here...I apologize; I promise I'll try to make my posts more useful!)
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