Black Star Co-Op
7020 Easy Wind Drive
Austin, TX 78752
Sundays: 8:00 PM
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There was a guy named Evan-- not too different from you or me.
He worked at Geeks Who Drink,
just another guy who tried not to stink.
He did a good job hosting quizzes,
and his bosses liked him alright, so they stayed out of his business.
See, that's why I don't have my own show. My story just isn't interesting enough. Plus, I don't have any robot puppets.
Maybe next week I should bring some robot puppets...
Nah, I don't think y'all could handle that.
at Black Star...
No, no, no... You got me thinking all crazy! You got me all messed up inside! I don't know which way is wrong, or what's right or down!
But enough rambling. On with the recap!
Quiz was pretty high-scorin' tonight! We had tons of perfect scores on select rounds, and two different 16-point jokered round two's!
Y'all must have been eating your Wheaties, or at least your Kashi, because those are some serious performances!
Plus, if you were a kid in the '90s, like I was, you knew every single movie in round 5. Like, hands down. Then again, if you were like me, you're probably the kind of person who, even if they resurrected River Phoenix and got him to star in a remake of Total Recall, you'd still be like, "yeah, sure... but is there a chick with three bewbs in it??"
Don't deny it.
Plus, allow me to reiterate:
A constellation is an internationally-recognized group of stars. Any other astronomical grouping is known as an asterism. The big and little dipper are asterisms-- Ursa Major and Minor are constellations.
All that aside, the entire star pattern known as Ursa Major is definitely NOT on the Alaskan flag.
Polaris is, though. (Which is actually part of Ursa Minor.)
Ah... oops. Geeked out for a minute there.
Hope to see y'all next week!
Prize sponsor and sex toy connoiseurs:
-evan and rebecca