Monday, June 20, 2016

Episode 111 - Top Ten "Some Jerk with a Camera" Episodes

To all who come to this synergistic podcast, welcome! We're SurferClock and TAP-G…and if you can't tell by this introduction to the blog post, today we're coming together with a fellow theme park  critic who's quite a bit more well known and 108 times more hilarious than we…featured on Geekvision, That Fellow in the Coat, YouTube, and Channel Awesome, it's Some Jerk with a Camera! His videos reviewing theme park attractions, shows, and related films have garnered tens of thousands of views, his style is unique, and because he's such an inspiration to us and our show (though we try and keep joke theft to a minimum, we swear!), today we want to celebrate his legacy by counting down the Top 10 Some Jerk with a Camera episodes! Why celebrate his legacy?

Um…well…It seemed like a good idea at the time and is in NO WAY related to the various clothing-based video producer wars you may or may not have heard about. Something something Bolivian mice, just go watch the episode already.

Episode 111 - Top Ten "Some Jerk with a Camera" Episodes 

Monday, June 6, 2016

Episode 110 - Are Theme Parks Art? (A WTA Editorial)

Greetings and salutations to you all! SurferClock here, along with TAP-G, to bring you the latest episode of "What's the Attraction?"

Today's episode takes a moment to go a little deeper than the show normally goes...and yes, we are aware that this is a review show, not WatchMojo or Theme Park Theory, but with "What's the Attraction?", we like to go beyond the boundaries of rides, shows, and attractions...we are a guidebook with character, after all, and sometimes, even audiobooks have to make you think now and then. This week's topic is one spurred on by a number of sources and inspirations, but the way TAP-G puts it is this: in an entertainment medium mired by commercialism and escapism, can theme parks as a whole truly be considered fine art?

Catch our discussion and feel free to contribute your thoughts to the comments section by checking out the podcast right here: Episode 110 - Are Theme Parks Art? (A WTA Editorial) on YouTube

As always, thanks for watching!