Pittsburgh’s hottest podcast, Shinyfire Radio, has just moved its operations to talkshoe.com. Talkshoe is a podcasting service that allows you to record your show live. Its biggest benefit is the audience can chat or call in to interact with the show, while you record.
This new format is perfect for the guys at Shinyfire, who use to talk to just one caller at a time with the old setup. They now can have over 100 people interacting with the show at the same time.
They recorded their first show on talkshoe last Monday and it sounded like they had a lot of fun. It’s going to take awhile before they get everything worked out, but they are off to a good start. You can listen to the show at Shinyfire.com.
Remember to tune in live Mondays @ 8:15pm EST.
Note: I have no relation to the host, Jason R. Mosley, that guy is a tool.
So I was watching TV, minding my own business when I saw a commercial for the Big BBQ Bacon Tendercrisp from Burger King. This sandwich looks amazing and it has the two meats I love the most, Chicken and Bacon. I am glad to see that the fast food market is starting to see that this is a high bacon demand. It seems that there are all coming out with new bacon themed sandwiches.
I hope I am not disappointed with this one like I was with the Baconator. Wendy’s always makes there bacon to chewy. Everyone knows that crispy bacon is better! Plus that think the two meat patties are over kill and takes away from the bacon. Burger King is doing the right thing by not making this thing a monster, like Wendy’s did. This actually looks enjoyable to eat.
Here are some warnings that should be on the packaging of Wendy’s Baconator. If you think of your own warnings, email them to me and I will ad them to the list.
* People over the age to 65 should not eat the Baconator.
* Nursing or Pregnant women should not come in contact with the Baconator.
* After eating the Baconator if you have an erection lasting longer then 4 hours, contact your doctor.
* You may feel chest pains while consuming the Baconator.
* Chuck Norris had trouble finishing a Baconator.
* Keep away from an open flame.
* If your Baconator asks you about Sarah Conner, eat it before it gets away.
* Do not operate heavy machinery for 3 hours after consuming a Baconator.
* Driving and eating a Baconator, may cause serious injury.
* Do not use the Baconator as a projectile
We have all heard the phrase, “Everything is better with bacon”. So I decided that I would list the first nine things I can think of, that are truly better with bacon. WARNING: This list will make you hungry.
Salads – Just a mere salad by its self is barely satisfying, but ad just a few strips of bacon and you got yourself a meal!
Cheeseburgers – Biting in to a juicy burger and hearing the crisp sound of bacon, makes my mouth water.
Brownies – I know you heard of putting nuts in brownies, well just to the same with bacon! Here is a recipe.
Drinking Beer – Just ask the people that go to free bacon night at Harris Grill.
Grill Cheese – Slap some bacon in there and you have yourself a testy treat that will get the girls saying, “Hey Baby”!
Broccoli and Cheese – Just like the salad you can’t go wrong adding bacon to this.
Bake Potato – Take one potato, some cheese, sour cream, and a hand full of bacon crumbs, you will have a tasty lunch.
Scallops – You take a scallop and wrap it in bacon, I like to call it “Sea Pig”.
Mornings – I hate waking up, but if I can smell bacon its makes the morning easier. If someone could invent an alarm clock that cooks bacon, they would be millionaires.
This is the mother of all Bacon Cheeseburgers. Just looking at the pictures makes my mouth water. Look at all that bacon. I think Wendy’s is trying to drive me crazy because there is not date to when this will be released on the flyer. I checked their website, but didn’t see anything about it. If you see this thing anywhere let me know ASAP!
Your cubical is not a restaurant!
As most of you know I have been studying Objectivism more and more. I even have a podcast about it now. Well, I noticed that my humorous post and my serious post were conflicting with each other. I would have a post about bacon followed by a post about the War on Individualism. So I thought that I better start a new blog to keep these ideas separated.
The new blog is called, talkObjectivism.com and it will be where all my objectivism-related content will go. Don’t worry, I will still post here almost every day and since objectivism is the philosophy I live my life by, you will still see a few related posts slip in from time to time. I will also offer podcasts on both sites. I think the new blog will help me write more focused posts on the subject and get more involved.
In closing, if you read this blog for my funny and sometimes serious insights on objectivism, please add talkObjectivism.com to your favorites. It’s hard getting reads, so I hope that some of you will be fans of the new blog. I also forgot to mention that the Co-Host (Brandon) from the podcast will also be posting on the new site too.