Episode 116 – Adventures in Boat Sitting Part 2

By Tim Lanning on

About Tim Lanning

Tim founded GeeklyInc with Michael DiMauro 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 Tim could have never imagined.

 

Having survived the initial wave of demons and baddies the back in time crew come face to face with a being of amazing power. I won’t spoil the surprise here – but you better bring an extra pair of pants or whatever to work! Alright, that was too much hype. Sorry. You should bring extra pants, though, just in case. You never know.

The adventure continues with Titus Harper (Tim Lanning), Thom the Dragonborn (Mike Bachmann), Aludra (Jennifer Cheek), Jaela (Nika Howard) and your Dungeon Master (Michael DiMauro). Don’t forget to follow our editor Steph Kingston (@stephokingston)!

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5 comments

  1. I know this is several years old, but there’s a serious cognitive disconnect between hearing a child abuse incest joke at the end of this episode, and then 2 eps later hearing that you’re raising money for the Trevor Project. Here’s a fun fact from the CDC for you: “14% to 31% of gay and lesbian students and 17% to 32% of bisexual students had been forced to have sexual intercourse at some point in their lives.” Gee wonder if uncles sneaking into kids beds at night and asking them to keep secrets could possibly contribute to a higher rate of suicide.

    I really love the podcast, and it made me super happy a few eps back when Jennifer found out that Sad Dead Lesbians is a trope we’re all tired of, and that made me really hopeful that you guys wouldn’t be taking any cheap shots (storytelling or joke wise, obviously cheap vodka shots are fine). There’s a few other dnd podcasts that might be good, but I can’t listen to them because they have rape jokes In the first episodes. I’ve loved this one because you guys don’t do that – whatever Thom and Ros do with the fish bucket, they’re clearly both into it. I hope this was a one time thing, because you all seem like great people, and everyone says shitty things occasionally (but this one has been recorded and put out on the internet).

    • Hey Nata,

      While I don’t really remember the context here, I 100% believe what you are saying happened. Podcast amnesia and all that. All I can say is sorry for being shitty. I would love to claim to never mess up in a big way but that we know that isn’t true. I also can’t guarantee that we don’t mess up on episodes 117-204. It means a lot that you would let us know that we fucked up, too. So thank you for that. I do hope you keep listening since I think we mostly avoid goofing big time going forward.

      And hearing this today will help me to not be a shit-man in the future.

  2. I loved you guys already, but after reading this comment and Tim’s response, I love you so much more. We are all constantly learning, and I love that you responded in such a great way! You guys rock!

  3. Dear the fine folks of the Drunks and Dragons podcast, you guys are horribly immature and – while your jokes are certainly strange – I know that all of you are good at heart and I enjoy every episode because of that knowledge. I have a strong love for freedom of speech and I can see when it’s being threatened, despite what anyone may think. It’s easy to dismiss people as stupid or blinded by hatred, but I’m not the type and I certainly don’t want to appear that way.

    No person should feel obligated to bow down to another person’s views in this world. The trick is working past our creation of artificial barriers and accepting the world for what it truly is and people for who they truly are. The world is gray and it will always be gray. Think beyond everything.

    This isn’t a comment I expect a reply from, but I sincerely hope you do read it. I love your podcast and I encourage you (and whoever else reads this) to be whoever it is you want to be and cherish life before it inevitably fades away.

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