Episode 33: In Absence Of Mind Wiping Thingies by Derek J. Goodman


Nothing exciting ever happens to Kaylee.  Her life is almost as boring as yours.  And then she meets the Man In The Box, and her world is finally opened to adventure and mystery.  But is it really worth all the paperwork?

Also, Rish and Big talk about “X-men Origins: Wolverine,” and many detours along the way. Spoiler Alert: don’t listen to the post story chat if you haven’t seen the movie, but are still planning to do so in the future.

Rish & Big @ Wolverine

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10 Responses to “Episode 33: In Absence Of Mind Wiping Thingies by Derek J. Goodman”

  1. Great job! I love all the ambient noise in the background. I’m a little confused, though. Why do you keep calling me doctor? Do you know something about me I don’t?

  2. Wendy Cooper Says:

    This was a really fun story! Liked it a lot! And the Starship Sofa story was great as well. You guys did a great job. And Rish’s old lady voice made me laugh.

  3. It’s a little complicated. Let me just say that, when I first met you, back in 2014, you were calling yourself a doctor. I’m not sure what your degree was in, or if it had something to do with those awful burns you had.

  4. Ah, you must be talking about the Ph.D I’m trying to get in horribleness.

  5. Cambodia Carl Says:

    You know what, Rish Outfield, I think you did write “Wolverine.” And I’m coming for you, buddy, someday soon.

  6. Aw, Liz and I are honorary Dunesteefians….Dunesteeves…Dunecephelopods… Anyway, that story made me laugh when I read it, and I laughed listening to it. Nice work!

  7. Fun story, great dialogue. Reminded me of all those boxes I have in the garage, many I can’t remember what’s in them. A few I don’t even remember putting in the garage.

    I gonna go check for air holes.

  8. This was a genuinely good story, enough to make me put aside my laziness and comment. There was a good mix of humor and pathos. I could identify with the humdrum quality of the heroine’s life, why she would be so desperate to change it, and I found it entirely believable that she would follow the strange man into the box. I loved that ending. And, oh yeah, good work on the voices and all that other stuff, too.

  9. I just love the way that the most exciting thing that ever happened to the girl was still swamped with paperwork. I’m sure she must work in the sae place I do.

  10. Fun story

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