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Tonight on GeekNights, we review with our guest Emily Compton the wonderful Who Framed Roger Rabbit? Scott geekbites The Walking Dead (TV), and Rym remembers the days of anime clubs as Mike Toole reminds us why we used to join them.
Attendance is still pretty good, they still have a lot most meetings. Haven't been in a while, but it's still getting good attendance. The people in charge seem mostly cool, but their taste is...Ehhhhhhh. They showed Pumpkin Scissors, and the people in charge seemed to think it was good...
As for RIT Anime Club, I'm with Scott on the thought that it would only be interesting if you rounded up a bunch of old heads. I do have a soft spot though for listening to people reminisce about college organizations because I lived a crazy four years myself of juggling e-board roles, so it'd be really cool if you could get that sort of roundtable podcast together. It's ALWAYS dissapointing to look at the current situation though. This is the first year I haven't gone back to my old school(I graduated in 2006), but while a piece of me will always miss those awesome college days, I no longer miss going back. It's such a transient experience because the population turns over so fast. What is there today can never be what I had.
On the topic of preservation of media in the mid-late 1900's, aren't there even 1 or 2 early Superbowls that weren't even recorded? Put that in perspective. One of the biggest TV events ever wasn't even saved when it first started.
Having Emily on the episode was really cool. You made a great trio!
This video box set does not contain full length video of every Super Bowl. That would be an insanely large box set the equivalent of 50 3-hour movies. However, it does contain highlights of every single Super Bowl. How can they have highlights of every Super Bowl if there wasn't video of all of them?