Steve Kirk - Eric Main - Robert Chun - Doug Dearmin - Loring Canja - Marina Howell
[NSFW!] Co-titled, "I'll Be In My Bunk". Recently, the Star Wars burlesque parody show “The Empire Strips Back” came to San Diego. Doug, Loring, and Marina went to great lengths to attend this show. Just for you, our listeners!! The next day, they sat down & recorded their reactions, reviews, and lots of commentary on this show!
We did it. We went Solo. Together. To see Solo. A Star Wars Story. Get our pre-game thoughts, after which we dive into recording our instant reactions upon leaving the theatre! [FULL SPOILERS IN THIS EPISODE]
ALOHA! from Hawaii, Steve & Eric sit down with Keith & Colin (in person!) from the Hawaii Saber Academy to talk about their school, saber fighting, and they even get some talk about Star Wars in there somehow!
It’s time for Doug, Loring, and Marina to take over once again. This week we provide them some high-resolution listener questions. Once satisfied, they then go into discussing the pros & cons of both the Empire and the Rebellion. Good and bad can be seen in both, right? Listen & find out where this goes…!
May the Fourth Be With You! We’ll run down our enormous MTFBWY Tournament which we held at Intergalactic Brewing Co in San Diego, CA! Two Divisions, Two Champions! And stay tuned at the end – near the end – somewhere in the 2nd half at least – for what’s coming up on the Podcast in the next few weeks!
Steve & Eric are joined this week by Keith from Hawaii Saber Academy, Alan from Phoenix Sabers, and our Main Man Fode from the Star-B-Q Podcast to continue to dive into the topics of real-world martial arts as they cross over into lightsaber combat in the GFFA as well as IRL lightsaber combat.
Bring your climbing gear, because this week we go deep! In the training we do, and in many other aspects of life as well, we all have to deal with barriers and creating bridges. Sometimes it’s physical, sometimes it’s all in our heads ultimately. The guys get personal this week and talk about some of their personal challenges, and they relate them to training as well as other parts of life. If Luke had said “I’m just a poor farmboy, I can’t do what you’re asking of me” then it would have been a real short franchise!
Spring forward with us as this week the guys discuss upcoming SDS activity through the rest of spring. We have several tournaments, demos, and other exciting activities planned. Listen in and find out where you can find us in the area over the next few months!
This week, Robert, Eric, and Steve catch you (and Robert) up on all the Star Wars news from the last couple months.