Episode 23 of The Delivery has now filled the intertubes and only your vigilant and enthusiastic listening, downloading, or subscribing (with helpful comments and ratings, please) can relieve the pressure of the built-up awesomeness doing so has caused and prevent a potential catastrophe. I am told the intertubes can only hold so much pure and undiluted awesomeness before they burst with such a cataclysmic fury that the only way to retell the tale will be in the form of an epic poem sung by a supremely-skilled balladeer. Your patronage may avert the possible breaking of the world, or, you know, not.
Just don’t come crying to me when the whole thing blows up. I did try to warn you.
You’ve probably noticed that the graphic for this week’s program is more heroic than usual. SuperMegaProducer Mike seized on the very last topic of the show, a story that I only skimmed when I first came across it but which stuck with me like a burr on a cardigan sweater. I freely admit that I’m not a particular fan of comic books (though I did like the Scissormen storyline from The Doom Patrol and the Sliding Albion storyline from The Authority) but I like superhero stories and futzing with Captain America seems a lot like needless sawing away at an important cultural tether.
Also, I make my fearless Super Bowl pick. It’s fearless because I don’t have any money on the game, so let that be your guide as to how much you should trust it. Still, it’s as good a piece of football analysis as you’ll get from most of the bobbleheads hosting shows on ESPN Radio.
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