Slice of SciFi #267: Voice Mail Show

This is the show where our loyal, adoring, and inquisitive fans and listeners get to hear us comment on their comments about our stories and comments… it’s the Circle of Entertainment Life!

We do want to hear your comments and feedback… No, really, we do! Pay no attention to how much Mike grumbles about them — you know, that guy sitting in the dark corner with all of the blinky lights, the knobs and the scotch.

This week, Mike, Sam and Tim respond to the questions and comments posed by your voicemails, and remember, every time the studio gang responds to your questions and comments, you run the chance of hearing something about your favorite TV show or movie that you might not have wanted to know yet. HERE THERE BE SPOILERS!!

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  1. VyseN1 says

    You guys are gonna face the wrath of Summer for criticizing the Babylon 5 series finale….

  2. ejdalise says

    I won’t be calling in (don’t have the voice for it), but . . .

    . . . 1979, a fellow engineer at Cadillac Motors hands me I, Robot. It sits at home while I finish the latest Mickey Spilane book, featuring the kind of hard hero we so seldom see these days, Mike Hammer.

    Eventually I picked up I, Robot, and within three months I had read all of Asimov’s SF offerings (and a few of his other books). Heinlein was next (until he got weird), then Niven, and then a mix of now iconic authors. SF is all I’ve read since 1979. Some fantasy, but for the most part hard SF is what I like.

    Imagine my disappointment when I, Robot came out . . .