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Episode 266: Nerdist Podcast
Joe Casey
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Nerdist Podcast: Joe Casey

Comic book writer from Man of Action Studios (Wildcats 3.0, Uncanny X-Men, Adventures of Superman, and more!) Joe Casey sits down with Chris, Matt and Jonah! Chris and Joe bond over living in Tennessee, Joe talks about creating comic books, and Chris is super excited about his new car!

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  • Blah blah blah hate jaguar blah blah trolling blah blah jaguar blah blah blah.

    There. There’s your trolling hatred over the car. Got it out of the way before it infects this entire jaguar, I mean thread. I really don’t want it to get out of jaguar and let the jaguars come in here and start jaguaring Chris.

  • Sometimes the generalizations y’all make about the south are just infuriating. So I’m going to sound off on it. It is not a reflection of how I feel about you, your work, or anything other than your descriptions of life in the south. Also, I’m going to try to be nice about the whole thing so I don’t hurt anyone’s feelings.

    You can talk about racial tensions in the south being stronger all you like, but the south hasn’t had large scale racial violence since the late sixties and early seventies and the north/California have had racially motivated violence/riots this year. I’m not saying there isn’t racial tension in the south, but if you think we’re guilty of ignoring it then I seriously doubt the tendency is a strictly southern problem. Now I realize that I probably missed the point of whatever you were trying to say, but I had a little trouble hearing you over my own grinding teeth.

    Oh, and anyone who works 70-90 hours a week deserves whatever car they want. If you’re serious about getting an eco-friendly car just go to the used car lot, because reusing/recycling is always better than manufacturing something new. Or you could just keep the Jaguar forever. That works too if you’re trying to be eco-minded.

    Geez, I’m just full of opinions tonight…. sorry about that.

  • @Justin: I appreciate your not attacking and trying to suppress your rage, but I feel pretty comfortable commenting on the South since I GREW UP THERE AND ALL. And my dad still lives there so I go back. You have your experiences and no matter how loudly you grind your teeth I still have mine. Obviously not everyone or every place is that way, but MY PERSONAL EXPERIENCES are what they are. Now, why didn’t I say, “This is also an upper midwest problem”? BECAUSE I DID NOT LIVE IN THE UPPER MIDWEST. Again, I am only speaking from events and experiences that occurred in my life that I have lived. If this is upsetting to you, that is kind of your problem because I can’t change them. Please understand, though, that I love the South.

    Beyond that, thanks! No hard feelings on my end!