Sneaky Dragon Episode 325

by David Dedrick on February 24, 2018

Hola, Sneakers!

We had some issues that affected our sound this week: Ian’s office was without power to the outlets so, although we had lights, there was no power for the mixer, digital recorder or the condenser mics. We were able to figure out a work-around, but, never having done the show this way before, there were some inevitable sound level issues and we apologize.

That being said, we were lucky enough to have Kathleen Gros drop by for a visit today. Kathleen, Ian and Dave talked hairsnubs; long links; musical booksellers; freezing to death in Ian’s office; getting con ready; merchandising skills; impostor syndrome; ambitious graffiti; parodies and parodies of parodies; Dave is weird; a dumb prank; Kathleen’s back story; Ian’s good deed; Kathleen’s narrative compulsion; top werewolf movies; the pile of garbage that is Teen Wolf; Kathleen’s new spin off show involving unusual Jello recipes: London Fog, and a savoury balsamic vinegar and apple Jello – as well as some special cookies; jello molds and retro cooking; viral cartoons, and, finally, an abrupt endi

Thanks for listening.

Here are your Kathleen Gros links: her website and her web series Lunar Maladies. Enjoy!

If you’ve never heard them, here are some Bonzos for Dave:

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{ 2 comments… read them below or add one }

n. matsumoto February 26, 2018 at 2:36 am

I’m posting her beautiful London Fog jello tweet because it deserves to be seen again.


Louise February 26, 2018 at 12:29 pm

One werewolf movie you didn’t mention that I like is “The Company of Wolves” (1984), directed by Neil Jordan and co-written with him by Angela Carter based on her short stories. Great art direction. It’s set in a Gothic fairy tale forest and uses the Red Riding Hood story and werewolf mythology as a metaphor for sexual awakening and female empowerment. Granny, as played by Angela Landsbury, warns her granddaughter that “the worst wolves are hairy on the inside.” But in the end, maybe one would prefer to choose the company of wolves. “All the better to eat you with…”


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