Thursday, June 07, 2007

Episode 140 Catching Up Part 2

Listen as I ramble on and on about what has been going on since the last show - hear feedback from loyal listeners who were wondering what I was up too; how work has been driving me crazy and working with my boss, running a 10k with a friend, Joe and comments from you the loyal listeners!

Episode 140 <---click here to listen on your computer!


Anonymous Archerr said...

Catch up shows are always good. Glad to hear things continue to go well with the boyfriend. Good times or bad, it's good to know the boyfriend is there.

Oh, and you're right, I probably wouldn't have liked that restaurant. Yuck. hehehe

June 7, 2007 at 9:15 PM  
Anonymous Archerr said...

P.S. I've been collecting those code rewards for almost a year now. I only started talking about it so I could get a discount on my car rental on my vacation this summer. Sooo...we'll have to see who our listeners send them too....ME ME ME. hehehe

Thanks for the song too!

June 7, 2007 at 9:36 PM  
Anonymous Nick Thomas said...

I always enjoy hearing these kind of shows from you. Thanks for the kind words about my podcast. Always a friend, Nick

June 8, 2007 at 6:22 PM  
Blogger Casey said...

I love hearing about your personal life! Keep up the great work.

June 10, 2007 at 1:07 AM  
Anonymous john q. public said...

Hey, Tom. Love the catching up episode. You have been very busy.

Regarding the movie "Love is the Devil" about Francis Bacon, the artist, the BF and I saw it pretty recently. I like Derek Jacobi a lot as an actor (is he out?) and so was doubly interested in this movie because I think Bacon's work is interesting/frightening. Since the movie is such a downer, I can't say that I "liked" it but I thought it was well done and well acted. And, OMG, the scenes with Daniel Craig in the bathtub were worth the price of admission.

Right now we are watching the series "Slings and Arrows" on homo movie night. It's Canadian and the ghost (I know, I know - kinda stupid) is the only gay character in the series, but if you like theater (or theatre) it's a fun watch.

Love to you and Joe.

June 10, 2007 at 10:52 AM  
Blogger Arthur (AmeriNZ) said...

I like catch-up shows,too. It's like getting a letter from an old friend--no, let me rephrase that--a friend you haven't heard from in awhile (I'm in no position to talk about "old"!).

Seriously, I love hearing what you and Joe are up to. These days I can't always comment as much as I'd like, but rest assured I'm still listening! Aroha Nui.

June 11, 2007 at 5:54 AM  

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