This episode Pip and Tee find something to throw bricks at, and something to send flowers too…
00:00 Introduction, and a little commentary
- Pip tries something different with her voice.
- Tee tries to keep his board in order
- A Shared Desk per month is #WINNING
03:37 Diving into the controversy of the RITAs
- Flavourwire article
- Bring on the Nazis!
- Pip’s face tries to explain the face she is making…Tee just thinks it is inappropriate
- Authors and publishers are allowed to publish whatever they like, but is it in good taste?
- Pip and Tee wonder where the romance can possibly come from in this situation. Stockholm syndrome doesn’t make for good vibes
- Has the trend for ‘fixing’ the bad boy gone WAAAYYY too far?
- Tee comes up with some other suggestions for awful situations that also wouldn’t promote romance.
- Pretty impossible to give consent in the book’s situation.
- Tee talks about the Merchant of Venice, another problematic story. It shares the theme of converting to Christianity.
- The world is full of disturbing books, and Tee is impressed by some of the turn arounds on them.
- Something similar to this book happened in Schindler’s List.
- Pip suggests a great way to fix Nazis, the Nuremberg trials.
- Thankfully it didn’t win…
22:19 Writers Off the Clock: The Jazz Standard Edition
- Tee got to reconnect with his high school friend Alvester Garnett at the Jazz Standard, in NYC
- Both Tee and Pip were blown away by Alvester, and his wife, Regina Carter.
- If you like jazz or just awesome music, go check out her albums
- Pip and Tee discuss the ultimate New York Experience for them.
- For itunes folks Reverse Thread, Southern Comfort, and Paganini: After a Dream
31:59 Wrapping this eclectic show up
- Wrap up for the year of touring.
- Tee is running in the Dogfish Dash and K T Bryski will be watching!!
- Little announcement, Tee and Pip are the steampunk captains for RT 2016
- We’ll be watching Steampunk’d with our friend Thomas Willeford in it. Go check it out!!
- Send us voicemail!!
- bit.ly/BecausePGH It has been a year since we lost PG Holyfield. Please consider buying the anthology we helped put together, or if you have already, please leave a review.
Enjoy the ride
and we’ll catch you later.