Good evening folks! The AudioVillains are back again with episode 21! Where’s episode 20 you ask? Well, like every show, there is a lost episode. For us, episode 20 is our lost episode. We had some technical difficulties and although it was a great show there was some static that ruined it. Either way though, we are back after a couple weeks off and we kicked ass! This week we talked about 80’s Kung-Fu movies, the paradox of time travel and Terminator 3, and finally we made some cracks at Mike Tyson. It’s something we would never do in person because we would get our asses handed to us but in the end it was all fun and games. As always you can email us at email@example.com or click the black button on the left. Cheers!
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By Ricardo — 6 years ago
Good afternoon folks! It has been quite some time since my last Diaper Wars post and I apologize for that. Since my last post my wife has pretty much taken the reigns on our cloth diaper adventure. She has taken up with a gang of cloth diaper moms for play dates and I believe there was a gangland battle at a playground with a gang of disposable diaper moms but I cannot disclose the result of this. Also I’m just joking but it would be funny to see right? Anyway, my wife is trying new types of cloth like FuzziBunz Elite, bumGenius Freetime, and GroVia AIO’s with their awesome prints. Although my personal preference has been with the new AIO’s, my wife and I still use prefolds for nighttime dryness.
So now that we’re somewhat caught up, my daughter Lola is a week or so away from being 10 months. She’s eating some solid foods and for all you parents out there, you know this makes changing diapers a bit different. You no longer have a baby who is pooing in a paste like form. Now you have a baby who is dropping solids. Um…yes, I realize I’m being gross and a little graphic but it’s poo. We have all dealt with it and we all drop it so let’s continue.
The diapers I have changed lately have been soiled with one medium sized nugget. Sounds pretty easy right? Well for those who don’t use cloth diapers I will tell you this is very easy but instead of throwing the diaper away it must be rinsed out in to the toilet. Okay, so like I said, this is easy. You take the diaper to the bathroom, unhook the sprayer and rinse out the diaper. It’s simple but if you’re new to this then here’s a tip. DON’T BEND DOWN TOWARD THE TOILET! I bent down and I thought I was far enough but when that nugget hit the toilet the poo water splashed up by my mouth. I gagged, did the girly hand wave and about vomited in my mouth but I held it together. I finished what I was doing and yes, I washed my face about 100 times.
It’s a learning process and I’m sure that even the most experienced diaper sprayer has dealt with something like this. The experience has been a fun one and I will continue to learn with every change. I am going to do my best to keep up with Diaper Wars and I have some new ideas as well. I would like to do some informative podcasts and even some live broadcasts where other cloth users and those who are curious about it, can watch, interact and discuss topics. I think it would be a fun way to bring new people to the cloth side and share stories. Oh yeah, and be educational. Let me know what you think about the idea, if you would be interested in participating in something like this and some ideas on what to discuss. Have a good one and may the cloth be with you!Post Views: 43
By Ricardo — 6 years ago
Check out the picture in this post. She’s a cutie isn’t she? This is my 7 month old daughter Lola. She’s growing fast and at times it makes me think about what it will be like when she gets older?Well, as they say, be careful what you wish for. Two days ago I had the pleasure of taking my goddaughter Estrella to a Daddy Daughter Dinner at her church. We were both dressed in our Sunday’s best and I was immediately nervous. It was weird because I kept thinking,
“What if I embarrass her?”
“What if I’m one of those dorky dads?”
I laughed to myself at this thought and when we got there we stayed in the car for a few moments until more people showed up. I didn’t want to be the first one in there. Not sure why but this is how I’ve always been. So once a few more cars pulled in we headed inside. I met up with a few of the other dads and talked for a bit. Estrella called me into the gym where everything was set up and all I could think of was that sooner or later it would be my 7 month old daughter Lola and I doing this. We sat down and began with a salad. The main course was Lasagna and dessert was a choice between strawberry cheesecake and chocolate musse. I had a little bit of the Lasagna and no dessert but it wasn’t because it wasn’t good. I couldn’t eat it because I’m lactose intolerant. It was good either way, I was there for my goddaughter.
After dinner we were all brought onto the gym floor to learn the Waltz. It was pretty funny because all of us dads were rather tall compared to our daughters. We were separated on either side of the gym so that we could practice our Waltz moves alone and then we tried together with music. I believe Estrella and I tied each other in points for stepping on toes and confusing steps. We laughed it off and we got pretty good. We had a good time but every now and then Estrella would ask if she could step out in the hallway with the other girls to talk. I said it was fine but I was left with the other dads. Now, the other dads were not a problem at all but I began to think a lot about Lola. I thought,
“Man…this is a taste of things to come. I need to enjoy the time I have because when she gets older it’s going to be just like this.”
It was odd. I mean, Estrella is not my daughter but I’ve been around her since she was little and I’m like a father to her…I guess that’s why I began to feel the way I was. I suppose all father’s feel like this when it comes to their kids and especially their daughters but I wasn’t expecting it. After the talk with her friends she returned and asked me to dance and I happily obliged. It was a good time overall but it really made me think about my kids. I have always joked with my parents that when I moved out they didn’t care and they respond with,
“You have no idea how I felt.”
Well…I now know what they meant. Thank you Estrella for inviting me. I had an excellent time. Lola…we are going to have an excellent time too but as you get older and even though you may not think so, you will always be my little girl.Post Views: 69
By Ricardo — 1 year ago
Imagine you’re watching television, enjoying your day and a breaking news flash comes on. You see law enforcement in a shootout with two heavily armed men during a bank heist. You are shock at the sight of it. Now imagine you’re 911, experiencing this first-hand with your brothers and sisters who are there, giving their lives. You listen as they yell for assistance, and…“Shots fired!”
Episode 131 – Imagine Listening features the stories of the #IAM911 movement. This episode also features radio traffic recordings courtesy of the 911dispatch.com tape library on the North Hollywood bank heist shootout that occurred February 28, 1997. This year marks the 20th anniversary of that incident. Two men, heavily armed and wearing body armor were in a shootout with law enforcement for nearly 44 minutes. In the end, the only fatalities were the suspects.
This is a must listen! As always if you have any comments, questions or you would like to be a guest on the show send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org. If you have an #IAM911 story to share, use the same email or send a message to the Facebook podcast page or Twitter account.
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- Stories from the #IAM911 movement
- 911 tape – North Hollywood bank heist shootout