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Alpha Counter Podcast 36b: Dragon*Con 2012 pt2

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Episode 36b: “How the Sausage is Made”

Trader Vic’s is a required checkpoint for the Dragon*Con experience. The food is phenomenal, but far exceeding that are their spirits. But be mindful of your limitations; it could cost you a full day of the con. Just ask Kevin and “Paris”.

Along with our drunken misadventures, this part includes Sean’s tales from the voice actor panel and the Walk of Fame, Kevin’s continuing romance with James Randi, and disappointing bootlegs.

For photos of our D*C weekend, head over to the Alpha Counter Facebook. While you’re there, give us a Like!





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Sean Ryan

Blogger, podcaster, and your new best friend: Sean Ryan, aka The Grey Ghost. Host of Alpha Counter and the Method To Madness podcast. Sean's produced content for online networks that no longer exist, like the Team Sportscast Network and GotGame. He now contributes to Anime 3000 and I Just Had a Terrible Thought... Pray for them. Twitter: @thegreyghostnet

2 comments

  1. VichusSmith

    Sweet background!

    Kevin is as good at remembering actors’ names as I am at remembering names of average people that I’ve met.

    I think I agree with Kevin somewhat, because the director or crew is who wanted to bring the work to life, and the actors are just for hire. I would love to ask an actor about their career, but I’d rather ask a director or writer about what they’ve worked on.

    Oh, before I go, this made me laugh:

    “What’s the name of that guy?”

    “What guy?”

    “He was in Joe Dirt”

    “Oh, Christopher Walken?”

    Joe Dirt, of all the movies??

    1. Sean Ryan

      Come to think of it… I’m kinda surprised I was able to guess based on those clues.

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