Episode 179!

This week we are joined by Laszlo Nemesi, the “Jena” of the Burn & Brew podcast. Although, to be fair, that’s far from all he does. Laszlo is one of the hosts of the Feast of Fantasy at the MN Renaissance Festival, a puppeteer, emcee for Prime Time Wrestling, and more. We talked for over two hours to Laz and feel like we barely scratched the surface of all the great stories he has to tell. Special bonus: Listen to this episode to learn about a special offer Lazslo is extending to AoN listeners that wish to attend a Prime Time Wrestling event!

11 Responses to Episode 179!

  1. What are precordial catch syndrome?

  2. That’s fucking right! I’m subverting your Fast Five format!

  3. Shawn Pitre says:

    Limited knowledge of science…for Science!

  4. Shawn Pitre says:

    He’s the Lillian Garcia. Now to get him into a dress.

  5. Shawn Pitre says:

    2+hour podcat? What Are this?

  6. Shawn Pitre says:

    You should invite Skully over for the Wrestling episode, to see how long he lasts.

  7. Young Eric says:

    Teleporter. As far as my current morning commute, bad weather can result in really long commutes. For that, I’d totally rather have the time. It would also give me the opportunity to ignore distance when considering employment opportunities.

    Also, in response to Salsa’s point about wanting time in a car before facing his wife, I work with my wife. After a terrible shitty day, my wife and I are stuck in a car for 20 minutes together, and it’s difficult not to bitch about the people we work with. I’d shift easier without the commute than with.

  8. Young Eric says:

    “We need to get the fuck out of here. We’re done!” 15 minutes left on the clock.

  9. Charles says:

    I’ve always thought of bionics more as prosthetics/replacement parts like the Bionic Man. He didn’t have any on-board computer.
    I think of cybernetics more as combining computers or computer interfaces with your body.

    The problem with teleportation that always makes me worry is the potential of accumulating errors over multiple transmissions. You’re destroying your body and recreating it at the other end. Eventually any tiny errors start to multiply -kind of like photocopying a photocopy of a photocopy…