Fusebox #76 No Regerts!

28:25  Same As It Ever Was, Fusebox Shout Out: Evan Morgan, Lego My Reality Promotion and Giveaway!, Walmart Takes It Right To You, The “Producer Button”, Fusebox Bit ID: Steve Shroodleman, The STD Of Designs, The Rialto Report and Ashley West, The Movie Or Film Game, 

The Video Vixen: Malibu High, Somewhere In America: “Thunder” Dan Hanson, The Fusebox Store:Father McGillicuddy.

Tooting a cartoon horn full of thanks to our contributors in this edition of Fusebox, Eric Jerde for taking several for the team in that biker bar, Evan Morgan for outstanding Lego-mation, Bruce Miles  for fatherly advice, Eric Newsome for retroactive announcing, Trista Perez for vixen-ising to perfection once again and Jeff Pollard for announce-mentizing and coverage.

 Co producing and session audio assistance by Milt Kanes

All music and post production by Marc Rose and Fuse.

Fusebox show art design by POLLARDdesign    

The Fusebox Store is Open!

This work is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-NoDerivs 3.0 United States License.  Attribution: by Marc Rose

Released October 11th, 2017

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8 Responses to “Fusebox #76 No Regerts! (10/11/17)”
  1. Jeff Pollard says:

    Same as it ever was —

    (Same as it ever was)

    – J.

  2. Jimbo says:

    Mort is back!!!!!!!!!!!!!

    Marc I hear Iko in your Timmy-type vocal… pretty weird.

    Still waiting for Timo to be out in SJW situations where a car runs over his foot or something by a Soros Manchurian Candidateish-type…. Thought we would have heard this long before now… maybe Halloween?

  3. Marc says:

    Oh, there’s a little Japanese Pocket Squirrel in all of us though, isn’t there really?

    We’ve got a great Timo’s World coming at ya for Halloween -Don’t You Dare Miss It!

  4. Jeff Pollard says:

    Welcome back, Mr. Kanes.

    – J.

  5. milt says:

    grassy ass amigo

  6. Jeff Pollard says:

    I see whatcha did there – lol

    – J.

  7. Jimbo says:

    The black and white show art is strikingly different.

  8. Jeff Pollard says:

    I’ve wanted to do a straight B&W cover for awhile now and thought Fusebox 76 was the perfect time to do it.


    – J.

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