On this episode of Cubs Out Loud, we are joined by Joshua Pangborn, creator of the YouTube series “Skeleton Crew”. The guys delve into the dramatic world of the Skeleton Crew where they talk about acting, kink, gender bending, and more. From homages to horror movies to thirst requests.
Joshua: Getting ready for a cruise in between work and Season Three
Alejandro Javier Perez-Razo
Gueivson F Anjos
Re: COL437: Here’s something to get your day started, Jack Radcliff in #ASCIIART. Yesterday on #COL we did an episode (COL437: Old School Bears Online) of what it was like being online as a bear when the internet was still in it’s adolescence. The topic of printing out images was brought up by our guest host, Hadrian McQuaig, and #ASCII code became a humorous point to the topic. So I created an ASCII art of Jack Radcliffe.
Tony Bossaller And for those with an iPhone, check out RealWorldAscii. It’s a camera app that uses Ascii Art. (iOS 10 and before. Not a 64-bit app unfortunately.) I used to have a plugin for Quicktime that would output everything in Ascii Art.
Eric D Glauner back in 1989 I’d have been so hot right now.
Re: COL436: Tony: I see need to clean my office. 😛
In this episode of Cubs Out Loud, we are without Gary, but are joined by Ches and Tony aka cubziz. The guys pull out their pipes and take some good long draws on the topic of smoking. From cigars and pipes to smoke and ash play, breathe in all the knowledge as these aficionados show the cubs how it’s done. So, cut off your tips and light them up.
Damon – I came out to my mom and all I got was a new laptop! 😉
Gary – It’s December, right?
Email From Henry:
Hi, guys. I enjoy most of your shows, but I have to admit that the Cards/Cubs Against Humanity ones leave me cold. It’s great that y’all have so much fun with this game, but I’m just not feeling it. Not much better than watching somebody else play Monopoly. I have now resolved to delete future shows featuring this game, without listening to them.
Rant over. (Or was that a bitch?) You asked for filthy e-mails — let’s see what’s festering in my head….
Idea for a future show: Do you know anyone who owns or has used a fucking machine? Plug it in, make any necessary adjustments, shed your clothes, climb on & assume the position, and let modern scince drive you wild. (At least that’s how I envision it.) Ought to make a great podcast if you can find a user to interview.
I find myself turned on by tales — or better, videos — about male incest. The family that fucks together comes together. The idea of getting naked and rubbing up against one’s dad, uncles, brothers, cousins, etc. is intriguing.
Imagine looking deeply into your father’s eyes while he pumps his cock into your ass. Reaching up & tweaking his tits while your brother is trying to push his head between the two of you so he can get his mouth on your cock. Reaching out your other hand to finger-fuck little brother, while his mouth is on you. And all the time Dad’s cock is giving you the best fucking you’ve ever had.
Just thinking about it has me squirming in my computer chair. Gotta sign off now & go finish this fantasy alone.
It is a word people rarely use, but when spoken, quite clearly evokes negative emotions in those who hear it, and often disdain for the one who speaks it.
It is a word that, no matter who-when-why it is spoken, immediately instills a somber mood.
This ‘C’ word is Cancer.
My father was recently diagnosed with Non-Hodgkins Lymphoma. They say that if you have to get a cancer, this is the one to get – very treatable, with a very high rate of success in treatment. How anyone – especially a board-certified oncologist – can say “If you have to get a cancer….” is quite simply out of their minds. As if my father just up and one day decided he just had to have cancer, and just had to have this particular strain. My father’s tumor is in his left maxillary sinus (think just to the outside of the apple of your cheek bone), which is extremely rare, but even still a generally good prognosis.
I’ve not discussed this with many people; only my immediate co-workers and my “friends” in the bear club I belong to. I must say, I’ve had more “How is your dad doing, Tony?” from my three co-workers than from anyone in the bear group. It’s amazing how totally self-involved people in our community are. I was in Austin helping my dad and step-mom this past weekend – the only call I got from anyone in the bears (not that I ever get a call for any other reason, either) was from one friend in the bears asking for help with a clue in a scavenger hunt.
Maybe I, as well, have become too self-involved; maybe I’m being selfish to expect more from people. Maybe “fair-weather friends” is the best I could hope for in this group. I would like to think not; I would also like to think that this would be a turning point in how I connect with others. Maybe it’s time for me to start making those “How are you doing today?” phone calls. I guess it all has to start somewhere, right?