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Mar 16, 2010
Greg chats with actress Ally Walker and writer/director Josh Goldin to this week’s podcast to mark the release of the film Wonderful World on DVD. Greg recaps his interview with Matthew Broderick, and we find out if he approves of his wife wearing blackface to his funeral, Greg embarrass Ally with his enjoyment of her nude scenes, and Hollywood’s discrimination of the Irish and their genetically superior livers is discussed. The group recalls the good old days when a parent could really rough up their kids, they take your twitter questions, and Greg finds a sexy potential date for producer Mike Cioffi.
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  • almost four years ago
    Oliver
    NASA has really been adfirt for nearly 40 years, IMO, since the end of Apollo and Skylab. This was because the Executive branch, starting with Nixon, and Congress didn't see any need for NASA to take the next logical step of establishing a permanent human presence on the surface of the Moon. So over the past 40 years, the Presidents and Congress have attempted to appease those who desire a real pioneering manned space program by simply sending astronauts into low Earth orbit over and over and over again like those tragic astronauts trapped in a time loop in a Twilight Zone episode. The Bush administration and Congress finally thought it was time for NASA to have a manned beyond LEO program again. Unfortunately, the Constellation program gradually drifted away from its promise of returning to the Moon to stay in favor of Apollo style missions to the Moon and eventually Mars which quickly pitted Mars first advocates against Moon first advocates. The Obama administration, of course, ended the Constellation program and tried to end NASA's manned space program by simply turning manned spaceflight over to private companies. Both Democrats and Republicans in Congress rejected this radical idea, forcing the administration to continue to fund the development of a beyond LEO vehicle in the form of the SLS and the MPCV. So now, Congress is barely funding the SLS/MPCV program with no serious beyond LEO missions for the vehicle in the near future:-)Since the Obama administration clearly has no desire to direct NASA to proceed towards any serious near term beyond LEO missions for its manned space program, its really up to Congress to fill in the vacuum by defining and prioritize the missions for their SLS/MPCV baby. Congressional leaders simply need to reach the logical consensus that the mission priority for the SLS/MPCV program should be to establish a permanently manned outpost at one of the lunar poles. That's it!Such an outpost would be used for the production of water and fuel, to determine how self sustaining humans can be beyond the Earth by using lunar resources, and to determine how well humans and other animals can adapt to a low gravity environment over periods of a few years to several years. And such an outpost should quickly lead to similar outpost on the surface of Mars a decade or two after. A lunar outpost is critical to America's strategic and economic interest. Falling behind other nations in the pioneering of the Moon and the rest of the Solar System would have serious strategic and economic consequences for America's future. Marcel F. Williams
  • over four years ago
    Kaan
    My dear friend, Jean, has qleariuatdral limb deficiencies and she's been in my life since we were 8 (42 years and I still can't shake her). When we were in high school together, I ran a campaign to have her win the distinction of the funniest walk because, there was no getting around it; she was (and still is) remarkable in that she cannot physically walk and laugh at the same time. She sort of flops on her stomach like a turtle and patiently awaits someone to help her up. Thank goodness she's more inclined to scooters now. It was then that I was approached by a self-righteous girl who didn't know her at all who reamed my out for my insensitive nature. Jean sent me your link and I reminded her of this moment and I only can refer to her as handicapable or differently abled or the Tiny Avenger (shaded of In Living Color). Can you relate? I'm her mentally disturbed friend, Suzanne. Keep laughing!
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