Replay of show 228 (3/25/12). Matthew and Santoro host. The guys talk about their failed car repairs, a racial store in he news, American Reunion and play their Tumblr game.
Matthew and Santoro host. The guys talk about their failed car repairs, a racial store in he news, American Reunion and play their Tumblr game.
Matthew and Santoro host the show and Jordan from Robots and Racecars sits in. Topics include the real reason the Mayan’s stopped at 2012, what alcohol candy taste like, a ball eating fish, fake news about the show, guessing song titles and starting a band. Jordan and Matt perform a song.
In case you have not been reading my posts the last few weeks and you missed The Stabcast you will be lost here. Long story short, a few weeks ago I compiled a list of 64 celebrities and put them in 4 different divisions (movies, TV, music and other). The match ups have been played based on current search trends and news trends. You can read more about the details here: first post.
In case you missed it by now, last week I started a celebrity challenge that will pin 64 celebrities divide into 4 divisions (TV, movies, music and other) against each other. We played out first round, and explained the basic rules on last week’s The Stabcast. If you didn’t hear it yet, here are the basic rules. Celebrities were divided into their divisions and then seeded based on total web pages that mentioned their name (per Bing). From there the winners are determined via most recent stats from Google Trends. They get 1 point for recent search trends, and 1 point for recent news trends. In the event of a tie Yahoo buzz is looked at and the person with the higher ranking wins be default. Yahoo Buzz can also overrule the current decision if the person is in the top 20.
That’s right…The Stabcast is looking for blog witters. The Stabcast is a 2 hour comedy podcast that puts out new shows weekly. Those downloads are available on this website and over 7,000 people come to the site each week to download the show. That 7,000 people on account for about half of the downloads and 30% of the total audience. We are looking for ways to get the live audience to visit the site as well as people to visit multiple times in a week…that’s why we are looking for blog writers…