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Thursday, August 15, 2013

SLA Podcast Saturday Recording!

Gena Mimozo
Our Van Duzer Days show was cut short because of the rain last month, so Gena Mimozo is returning to continue our conversation on a special Saturday recording of the Super Live Adventure Podcast! Come be a part of our audience at 8:00 PM on August 17th at Full Cup, 388 Van Duzer Street, Staten Island. This is a free show hosted by myself (John Szeluga), Chris Sorrentino and Bryan McGuckin.

Previous episodes of Super Live Adventure can be found on iTunes and Stitcher.

Friday, August 9, 2013

Yippee Ki Yay, Mr. Falcon

I wanted to start a website called, but it's already taken. Whoever owns it isn't even using it for anything. My plan was to create a site where people could not only search for information, but feel silly while doing it. I guess I'll just have to lay that dream to rest.

By the way, be sure to check out the latest episode of the Super Live Adventure Podcast: Yippee Ki Yay, Mr. Falcon, now available on iTunes and Stitcher. The Mighty Vin Forte (That Time of the Month Podcast, VF_DOS) joins Chris Sorrentino and myself to discuss my wedding (performed by a Sea Captain), awful gifts, Wunderbars (buying them here supports the show), free napkins, the power of love, fighting a guy in a wheelchair, how to threaten a hipster, Chris' courtroom outburst, Katz's Deli, Star Wars vs. Star Trek, online dating, racism, and more! Socko Jones from Comic Book Jones also makes a surprise appearance. A new episode will also be released soon, featuring comedian J.F. Harris.

I'm raising money and looking for team members for the 2013 NYC Kidney Walk. Please consider either sponsoring me or joining my team this year. Visit for more information. Why do I support the National Kidney Foundation every year? A recent article in the NY Times put it best:
Kidney disease doesn’t get the attention, funding or concern associated with cancers of the breast or prostate. But it actually kills more Americans — 90,000 a year — than both malignancies combined.
You can find the rest of the article at This is an opportunity for you to do something good. Again, you can help by visiting In fact, if every one of my Facebook friends donated just one dollar, I'd exceed my fundraising goal for this year. That never happens, but I still love you all.

Never pay for napkins.

- John