Walking Out Of A Movie Halfway Through Is A Low Key Flex
China and Taiwan on the brink of war over Pelosis' mommy milkers, the monkey pox pandemic, and comparing the two worst plane crash survivor stories (Sorry Nicky Clicky, good luck in Alaska). Large and I give you everything you need to be knowledgeable about current events, while digging up facts from the past to let you know why things are the way they are.
The real take away from this podcast is me admitting to wasting $18 by walking out of the Elvis movie halfway through. Not because I was offended by all the wiggle dicking, or hated the plot. I loved the first hour and a half.
I heard a lot of people hating on Tom Hanks as Colonel Tom Parker, but I even loved him in this villain role because of our Twisted History episode on the man who made Elvis. I left the theater because I find the leather recliner chairs at movie theaters to be incredibly uncomfortable. Am I alone?
These chairs recline as far back as an airplane seat, leaving you in an irritatingly unbearable position that never gets you comfortable. I want to be practically laying down if I'm reclining. If you manage to find a comfortable position, you can't move or you'll slip out of the leather chair. Making the recliners cloth would be ideal, but a cleaning nightmare.
According to movie expert Jeff D. Lowe, the leather recliners are already are at that hellish nightmare level. Jeff D. Lowe finds the seats comfortable, but a sanitary disaster. The leather seats are wiped down at the end of the night, so they appear clean, but really the problem lies below the surface. Chocolate, sticky candy, and spills (soda, condiments, semen) go into the crevices of the chair and almost never get cleaned.
I liked what I saw during Elvis, but I still decided to essentially burn money. I did finish my popcorn which will always be the best part of the theater experience, even if theaters installed recliners that jerk you off at the climax of the movie.
I'll stream all 3 hours of Elvis from my couch when it comes out on a streaming platform, but like a true geriatric geezer, I'm not sure when I'll go back to the theater when the movie is 2 + hours. The good part about podcasts is you can listen to them wherever and whenever you want, for fucking FREE.
GO SUBSCRIBE, RATE, REVIEW TWISTED HISTORY.