AoY Podcast #87a – Ye Olde Toonzone Chats (Part I)
Also known as: “That’s not enough, we need more…”
Download Episode HERE! (Total Time: 2:07:18)
So, after saying this for over a year at this point off and on, the hosts of this podcast decided to give their backstory on how they all know each other and meet on the AOL Instant Messaging service, which the group chat function ceased on March 15th, 2016.
We are also going to add, that this and the part 2 that will come up, are completely unedited. Nothing has been censored, condensed, or rearranged to distort THE TRUTH of people that we are going to say right now do not exist… which isn’t true. The only thing done to this episode is to increase volume levels in the recording so you can hear what we have to say, that’s it.
To make a long story short, this is 2 hours of Dustin, Jonn, Daft, Josh (when his Skype was working) and Vekou talking about how we all meet online. For Dustin and Vekou, this goes back to the early 2000’s under pre-One Piece Podcast co-host Zach Nathenson before he ever watched that show and ran a small forum called Adult Swim Headquarters, which lead to Dustin joining Toonzone.net. Jonn, Josh, and Daft recollect how they got to Toonzone as well, and how all of us put up with our youthful bullcrap over a decade ago. We ramble off topics on Cartoon Network shows, comic book talk, Mac the Night commercials, and “insider baseball” for forum and chat room drama that no one needs to know that we still tell you listeners all about. If anything, at best you can get a few good laughs from it and say how horrible people we all are. It’s a fair assessment, and we can understand. See you for part 2 next time… hopefully with less Moon Man…
OP – Joe Vita existence was to unite us as one…
ED – Karl Olsen, Nerdcore Rapstar everybody…
This show has:
What was wrong with our grandparents generation?
After like 2 years talking about making this podcast, it finally happened..
That Moon Man song was EDGY.
Yeah, that Seth Rogan adult cartoon about food looks weird, and I hadn’t thought about it being similar to Food Fight until now.
I couldn’t imagine being a moderator for anything at age 10.
This podcast is giving me a lot of good memories of TV blocks from more than a decade ago.
I can’t believe Part 1 was 2 hours long. hahaa.
04/05/2016 at 10:10 pm