thoughts on Mars?

RMPGP

Registered User
#1
I don't believe he has ever been on the air for a prolonged period of time before Po-vember. Thought he did a good job of throwing Po under the bus which is the only way to celebrate this month.

Did seem a touch sensitive on the racial stuff (thinking Opie was referring to Hispanics in that one comment) which reminded me he also thought they were being racist against him in not giving him a turkey last year.

But overall a good first mic appearance.
 

Hoffman

Guess who's back? Hoffman's back
#2
Honestly Mars doesn't get enough credit as a planet. It is the closest to Earth after all.
 

martianvirus

READY THE ANALPROBES!!!!!!!!
#3
I like Mars, good place to live. Kind of cold.
 

CM Mark

The East is Ours!
#4
It's red, and it's a planet, unlike Pluto
 

Dirty330

PRICS #1116
#8
Not a bad candy bar but "INSERT FUNNY CANDY BAR ANECDOTE HERE".
 

livebackwards

Proud Patron of Ted's Conglomerated Gasmaskery
#9
One of the most interesting of the Roman gods, and a darn fine piece of music by Gustav Holst, featured in "Venture Brothers" and heavily influencing such film scores as Gladiator and Pirates of the Carribean.

 

maz

TRueWDTer
#14
Mars ain't the kind of place to raise your kids
in fact it's cold as hell
 

Stig

Making America So Great You Won't Believe It.
#21
Thoughts on Mars weigh less than they do on Earth.
 

SKRI

Registered User
#23
Anyone checkout the new cd yet?
yeah great stuff, but its not a concept album like Frances of De-Loused, so i feel it kinda didn't have the same feeling as the last two which got me into them in the first place
 

SOS

Is alive.
Wackbag Staff
#25
Will probably have more airtime than Derek this year.
 
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