We make a valliant effort to discuss Philip Seymour Hoffman.

The acting world recently lost one of its greats. Philip Seymour Hoffman was an immense talent. There is no other way to put it. He had a range, a depth, and an understanding of what acting means that most actors could never dream of achieving.

He could be funny, heartbreaking, and terrifying all in equal understated measure. His acting was about quality, not quantity. He wasn't flashy, because that wasn't the point. He was more than that. He was real, and he will be missed.

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That being said, this is also the first time we've recorded in two weeks and there have been some big doings in that time. Clarkson moved into his house, Jim has an offer pending and is not 90% finished with a masters degree. Let's be honest, we are overstimulated children who get even more overstimulated when the mics are in front of us, so we kind of wander a bit. but you have come to expect that.

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Thank you for listening, and until next week....

 

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