Dear Internet Episode 5 – Butter Wars, Violin Wars, and Skull Wars

By Michael DiMauro on

About Michael DiMauro

Michael founded GeeklyInc with Tim Lanning way back in 2013 when they realized they had two podcasts and needed a place to stick them. Since then, Geekly has grown and taken off in ways Michael could have never imagined.


Dear Internet,

Y’all, people on the internet have so my problems! Luck for us, conflict is the core of drama. This week there is too much butter! Also, what about owning your classmates with virtuoso violin skills? Finally. Can we talk about TEN THOUSAND SKULLS?

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The coHosts- Nick Bristow, Jennifer Cheek, Michael DiMauro, and Tim Lanning!

This week’s episode was edited by Carly Shields!

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  1. I won’t lie – listing all the characters in the office nearly killed me. But who the HELL splits a mini-fridge between 13 people?! I think that goes against the teachings of the UN Peace Summit or something.

  2. I have to take particular offense to the copious amounts of JNCO hate on this one, only because my dad used to design their shit in their heyday. Of course, I’d be delusional if I didn’t admit that they are hilariously outdated in this, the year of our Lord, 2019. In actuality, I got a little giddy when JNCO was brought up. It’s my dad’s lasting legacy, so it’s nice to know that people still remember them, even if they’re just laughing at how goofy the jeans look these days. As it pertains to this podcast, however, I will wholly admit that Kenneth wearing JNCO jeans, twenty years after they stopped being cool, is beyond any kind of hipster-like ironic apparel wearing. It’s just plain weird. Total red flag. On a side note, I’m terrible sorry that the JNCO conversation ruined Tim’s brain. I formally apologize on behalf of my father and my house.

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