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I Hate Time Travel! – Zap! #188

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In which Daniel and Greg wonder WTF is up with mid-season finales, ponder 19 sci-fi movies that will change your life, and speculate about ghost violence.  

We opened with some reflection on this year’s Black Friday/Cyber Monday shopping trends, and then launched into a fun discussion about my latest obsession: Doctor Who. Best show on television. Hands down.

WTF is up with mid-season finales? When did this start? Shows end in November and come back in the spring? Lame. Super lame. I thought it was an anomaly when Breaking Bad did it, now I learn (from The Walking Dead) that apparently it’s a ridiculous trend.

io9 posted a list of 19 movies that could change your life. How many have we seen? The answer may – but probably won’t – surprise you.

Rush will be performing here in Houston in less than a week, and I ordered all my concert swag online. Is that cheating? Talking about Rush led to Greg mentioning some new vinyl he got – Joan Jett and… the Pet Shop Boys? Sure, why not.

Have you seen the ghost girl hidden camera elevator prank that seems to be going around social media right now? It’s freaky… and pretty funny. I was reminded of my favorite hidden camera bit, from a show in Great Britain:

Lastly, there’s still time to enter our contest for a free VIP pass to Affiliate Summit West 2013 in Las Vegas, January 13-15th. We have one VIP and five Networking+ passes, so enter! Enter now!

All this and more – thanks for listening! We’d love to hear your thoughts. Leave us a voice mail at 281-241-QAQN(7276). Also, you can email us at feedback@qaqn.com.

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About Daniel M. Clark

Daniel M. Clark is a podcaster and proprietor of QAQN, a writer at danielmclark.com, and an all-around cool dude everywhere else.

God, I hate talking about myself in the third-person.


About Greg Hoffman

Greg is the Marketing Gorilla. A father, husband, Affiliate Manager, blogger, comic book man, vinyl record lover, Sunday newspaper reader, hermit crab aficionado and tropical fishkeeper.

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