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    Trampled Underfoot Podcast – 110 – Ipswich Clams

    Episode 110 of the Trampled Underfoot Podcast starts out as a mish-mash. First, Eloy Escagedo and Mark Lindsay revisit the theme of cartoons from the 60s predicting the future. Then Mark cleans up the mess he made last week when bringing up the SS Warrimoo – the ship that existed in two different centuries at the same time. Finally, Eloy puts Mark on the spot with 6 fairly easy questions, that took way, way too long to answer, and required entirely too much thought on Mark’s part. We had a few other side trips as well, and you can be sure there’s a lot of fun and humor along the…

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    Trampled Underfoot Podcast – Episode 58 – Do They Even Sell Comic Books Anymore?

    Mark says that Print Media has basically died. Remember going through magazine racks at the supermarket? Remember the corner Magazine Stand? Eloy can’t read the tiny words in comic books nowadays. When were glasses invented anyway? While we’re on that topic we go down a rabbit hole of questions. Mark talks about Saturday morning cartoons like the Fantastic Four and Spider Man back in the 70s. So we get into that with some interesting view points. It all ties in on this entertaining episode of The Trampled Underfoot Podcast. Check it out! All this and lots more in Episode 58 of The Trampled Underfoot Podcast!  

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    Trampled Underfoot Podcast – Episode 55 – Animated Philosophy

    In this Loony Tunes of an episode, Mark Lindsay and Eloy Escagedo talk about all the cool cartoons we all grew up on. Do you remember those animated adventures on Saturday mornings and after school? An animated icon turns 50 years old this month. Can you guess which one? We discuss some obscure classic cartoons, and delve into the subject of how they were nothing more than 30 minute long advertisements for everything from toys to breakfast cereals. We talk about cartoon mascots, one of which is still used today, and the lesson the toy manufacturers and marketers learned to dramatically ramp up sales in the 80s. Oh – and…