On this final edition of our coverage of INVASION – we complete the show! We discuss the rise of ROD VAN DAM and what made him special, Jeff Harvey’s singles push, The Inaugural Brawl match and why it was stupid, Steve Austin BETRAYS the WWF, Draven and D rank the WOMEN, Shawn Stasiak, Hardcore Holly has one of the best segments EVER in WWF, Vince Russo sends Mark the Mark a letter, Sid Eudy meets the country bumpkins from Houston, Summerslam 2017 changes, Cena vs Roman at Mania 34 possibilities, and much more!
On this edition of the Laidback Gourmet Mr. Eddie takes a look at Burger King’s newest creation, the Lucky Charms Milk Shake. What happens when the unholy Fae powers are unleashed unto Burger King’s shake machine?
On this week’s KLB we discuss TONS of stuff going on including Mauro’s return to WWE, Vince Russo cements his status as a beta, Transformers is HORRIBLE and MUCH MORE then, PART 2 of Invasion as we begin covering WWF Invasion, some Scarface talk and Breaking bad too, Baby Earl vs Nicky Patrick, Adam and Jay vs Mike Awesome and Lance T, Sara Undertaker and a lesson about tattoos, the WCW Tag Team Champs getting buried despite having potential, Torrie Wilson and Stacy Keibler’s accidental babyface turn, and MUCH more! Remember to subscribe on Itunes!
As a child, the first two singers that caught my attention were Teddy Pendergrass and Donny Hathaway. They were, in my opinion, the most soulful singers of the 1970’s. The 1980’s were dominated by soul singers with falsetto and soft tenor type voices. The New Jack Swing era brought back the baritone style that both Pendergrass and Hathaway displayed a decade earlier. Johnny Gill, from his early solo work and with New Edition, was the first singer since Teddy and Donny with an explosive, seductive baritone. It would all come together with Gill’s Motown Records debut album, the self titled “Johnny Gill.” More →
Hello everyone, welcome back to Geekdom101.com. I said I had something different planned this year for the E3 2017 round-up, and here it is. A podcast hosted by Mr. Eddie, President of Edmerica, and myself, The Rambling Gamer. We break down E3 2017, which games piqued our interest, what sort of fell flat, and a touch of miscellany. You can check it out below. More →
Welcome to the 1st of a THREE PART look at the INVASION ANGLE from 2001. After talking about modern wrestling like Omega vs Okada, Lesnar vs. Joe, Bray Wyatt THE CHEATER OF WORLDS, and THEN WE GO BACK to 2001 to discuss the biggest story EVER (non-death) – THE INVASION! We discuss the purchase of WCW from WWF, the story of the AOL Time Warner MERGER, the acquisition of talent, Kevin Dunn, Tacoma, Buff Bagwell, the mistakes that they made, and the problem with Stone Cold. SO MUCH More coming! More →
After the tremendous success of “Heartbreak,” each member of New Edition decided to take a sabbatical from the group to work on their own individual projects. Ricky Bell, Ronnie DeVoe and Michael Bivins formed the group Bell Biv DeVoe, or BBD as they are better known, a more seductive, adult oriented offshoot of New Edition. The result was one of the most provocative R&B albums of all time, 1990’s “Poison.” More →
One of the darker episodes in the history of KLB. First, we get the wackiness out of the way by talking about the top stories from Japan, Mexico, and the US including Samoa Joe vs Brock Lesnar, THEN we get serious as we discuss, 10 years later, the Benoit Murder-Suicide case. We talk about the story leading into the incident and where we were when we heard the news, we discuss the internet community’s reaction, the actual documented information, the power of wiki, the media coverage, how WWE handled it, and ponder the events of that tragic weekend. KLB After Midnight! More →