Bill McCormick dialed up live from the World News Center to chat about Alexa’s annoying attitude and Atari’s Asteroid insights. Plus: Star Wars’ shaky science and racist Google revisited.
Bill McCormick from the World News Center called in for his weekly segment where we proceeded to talk about unnecessary Disney remakes, unnamed future Marvel movies, unneeded humble bragging, and unrealistic chances of portraying Namor. Plus: unbelievable amounts of overlapping dialogue and unnerving uncomfortable pauses.
After Bill (perhaps jokingly) mentioned on Facebook that he’d be up for taking calls from listeners, our devoted Big Wakeup Call fanbase sprang into action, spurring lively and productive discussions about Rotten Tomatoes, Twitter, and vodka.
In this week’s segment from the World News Center, Bill McCormick begins with a cautionary tale of doing one’s due diligence, and then we proceeded with a discussion about the capital gains implications of cyber currency, dealing with the organic food police, and an unusual rock and roll collaboration.
Plus: introducing a new podcast and discovering Bill’s true essence as a big ball of floating sunshine.
Bill McCormick called in live from the World News Center to report the stunning news that no, Captain Marvel is not Wonder Woman. We also discussed why Game of Thrones has failed to develop weaponry beyond the pointy stick standard. Plus: Bill is not, nor has he ever been, a teenage girl.
Bill McCormick from the World News Center called in with exciting news about being part of an Amazon #1 bestseller. Also: Bill wistfully recalls his days as an IT pro, people who don’t believe in the Internet, and why the DC Universe is not doomed. Plus: Casey Kasem as Scooby and Robin, Titans v. Teen Titans, and Josie and the Pussycats new death metal LP.
Bill McCormick from the World News Center joined the show in his regular weekly slot for a lively discussion about Thanksgiving food misconceptions, cures “they” don’t want you to know about, and why you don’t really need to shop organic.
The World News Center’s Bill McCormick dialed us up for our weekly chat about things and whatnot. This week we had an in-depth review and discussion about A Star Is Born, including thoughts on Oscar Bait, directing choices, casting rumors, and potential DVD commentary reveals (though the laundromat where I get my DVDs never has the special features). Plus: an important public service announcement regarding an important drug treatment.
In his weekly visit from the World News Center, Bill McCormick and I had yet another lively discussion surrounding our never-ending series of random topics, including name-dropping, comic books, and eating human heads.
Bill McCormick dialed in from the World News Center to chat about some important science stuff, including an $850,000 cure for blindness, an artificial pancreas, sexy sleep apnea, and stopping heart attacks with cholesterol-eating canines.