We’ve got strike updates (strikedates) for you on this very auspicious day, for it is also the day of celebration for the time pyramid. What does that mean? Find out by listening, right here on Zero Credit(s).
It’s another hot one, but this time it’s cause we have so much hot, hot content to cover. The Blind Side, Michael Burry, a weird drink that John goes in depth about for some reason – we’ve got it all PLUS a 2023 bingo card update, right here on Zero Credit(s).
It’s a crazy week and we’ve got a lot to talk about. Fake AI generated images generating too much buzz on the internet. Fake verified profiles propagating even faker news to be picked up by actual news sources. Two powerhouses of Florida taking each other on in a knock-down, drag-out fight to the death. We’ve got that plus more, all right here on Zero Credit(s).
Contrary to what John might say, we are not the Rainey Street Drowner, largely because that just doesn’t exist. We discuss the current rumors of an Austin based serial killer, dive into some more of that sweet, sweet AI buzz with a Grimes related incident, and round things off with a stop at the modern day Pinkerton Agency. All that and more, right here on Zero Credit(s).
We’re all over the place this week, starting off with two almost Zeitbingo cross-offs. However, we have more important stuff to talk about like all the old properties getting new things. New Star War movies. New Harry Potter television show. New ways for old companies to make money without coming up with new ideas. It’s great. Isn’t it great? We think it’s great. All of that and more, right here on Zero Credit(s).
In 2017, a studio had a vision of continuing a franchise they had started in 2014 with CGI monsters the size of buildings doing monster stuff while some people ran around and yelled about there being monsters. But with Godzilla set in the current day, how could they reveal that monsters exist for a second time? The answer: set it in the past and make it a secret that monsters exist while doing the whole monsters exist plot again. Tom Hiddleston, Brie Larson, Samuel L Jackson, John Goodman, John C Reilly, Toby Kebbell, Marc Evan Jackson, and more are all here to be separated in the first few minutes of arriving on Skull Island so that we have different parties with different goals to follow and the tensions are high. Is this very much influenced by Vietnam War movies flick a treat for the senses, or is it whatever the opposite of that would be? It’s time we ended something, once and for all – the movie isn’t too quotable so this paraphrase will have to do – right now, on Zero Credit(s).
Big Drumming Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com)
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