Thursday, January 19, 2006

Umbrellaman Presses Comic Book Haters!

The Comic Book Haters' own Schooly G was recently featured on an episode of the popular 'Inside the CBH Studio' podcast. Hosted by CBH affiliate Umbrellaman, the program offers an in-depth interview with everyone's favorite comic hater. Future episodes are scheduled, and will begin airing later next week. With Umbrellaman's permission, we've linked to an MP3 file of Schooly's portion of the show. Thanks for the kind permission, and as always we're flattered when the mainstream media takes notice of our program. Wander over here to obtain the interview.


Blogger Rick said...

Why do you guys always post stuff right after I leave for work in the morning? It's almost as though you all have cameras pointed at my imported Korean sports car' and when its wheels begin to turn, you upload some new audio content. Now I cannot wait to go home and give it a listen.

1/19/2006 08:05:00 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Sorry, but this was pretty boring. Not as funny as a regular episode. Schooly is better when you can put the real funnybooks in front of him. BRING BACK SLOOFUS.

1/19/2006 03:10:00 PM  
Blogger Liam Savage said...

Those were fairly weak words from someone that wishes to remain anonymous.

I think the problem here was he didn't elaborate enough.

1/19/2006 05:02:00 PM  
Blogger The Comic Book Haters said...

I have to agreewith Mr. Savage. The world needs more elaboration from Mr. G. His words always fall on appreciative ears. In his defense, he kind of sounds like he doesn't really give a shit. Which is most likely the case. If you don't like this one, you'll really hate the one with me.

Also let me slide Umbrellaman this dollar bill as I 'Pass the Buck'; he produced it, we're just passing it on to our fans, who we thought might appreciate hearing it. It was only on local internet; some of you may live too far away.

-DJ Sloofus

P.S. It's a newsreel; it's not supposed to be funny.

1/19/2006 05:52:00 PM  

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