Episode 124: The Question by Robert Lowell Russell


Is this our Valentine’s Day episode, or another anti-Valentine’s show? You be the judge.

It’s the question on everybody’s minds, as soon as they hear about fully-functional, human-like robots. And though you wouldn’t know it from listening to Rish Outfield, this story was not written by Robert Louis Stevenson.

Afterward, very little gets said about robot sex, but there is a little more spoken about human relationships, and a couple of stories about inspiration are swapped. If you’re that guy who complained about platitudes, though, you will find nothing of worth here, so move along.

Special thanks to Kim Price, Julie Hoverson, Bryan Lincoln, Marshal Latham, Amory Lowe, Joe Zieja, Josh Roseman, Damon Shaw, Amanda Crum, Clay Dugger, and Scott Pigg for lending their voices to today’s episode.

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Related Links:
Robert Lowell Russell’s Blog
Kim Price’s Ladies of Leet Podcast
Julie Hoverson’s 19 Nocturne Boulevard
Bryan Lincoln’s Fullcast Podcast
Marshal Latham’s Journey Into… Podcast
Josh Roseman’s site
Damon Shaw’s Blog
Clay Dugger’s Righteous Dudecast
Scott Pigg Contributes to HG World
Joseph Zieja’s Site
What’s Your Favorite Ralph Macchio Film
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2 Responses to “Episode 124: The Question by Robert Lowell Russell”

  1. Lucy: “Wow Bob! That was great!”
    Bob: “Scan complete. 47 viruses detected.”
    Lucy: O_O

  2. So… um… exactly how drunk were you all when you recorded your bits for this show? Not to say it wasn’t awesome but… yeah.

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