Using our mouth-fists for the butterment of mankind.
Join Ryan and Steve for vulgar podcastery regarding their various media habits. Tune in to our fine hand-crafted mp3's to hear commentary on any number of films, games, comics, and television shows. Get the MouthFist podcast feed at Feedburner. (And if there are ever audio issues or site problems, the podcast is also available at MixCloud.)
Episode 1: This One Is Worse
Following in the exciting trend of last episode's bad audio, Ryan and Steve manage to botch another recording, leaving Ryan's half surprisingly poor and prone to sputtering out when Steve tries to talk over him (which is constant).
Steve is somewhat ill and mentally unfocused and Ryan is tired, leading to a much more serious, less collected, and much more rambling podcast, mostly focusing on Thulu!, an adventure for the Pathfinder system, and an overview on roleplaying in general, focusing heavily on our scattered thoughts about Dungeons & Dragons through its various editions.
Due to the original recording taking nearly two hours and half an hour of stammering, going on tagents, and plenty of technical issues having to have been excised at great personal strain to Ryan, the originally-planned topic of the Caligula comic has to be pushed off to our next (much shorter and more focused) episode, to be followed by a full episode of rambling nonsense about Hellraiser in its various forms.
Episode 0: Fudginating With Hitler
Ryan and Steve set out on an exciting new adventure, only 4 to 5 years after they originally planned on doing it.
In this badly-made premiere episode, Ryan and Steve test their capabilities to record and find themselves wanting. As such, audio quality is suspect and there are the occassional glitches and blasts of noise that the listener must ignore, if they actually want to listen to this crap. Instead of forcing themselves to re-record the entire episode, Ryan and Steve did their best to clean up and edit the audio for release as very special "Episode 0" to give listeners an idea of what to expect in the future (with better sound) and to save themselves from having to do anymore work.