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Skeptics in the Pub: BST3K with Jeff Wagg and YOU!

Posted on : Aug-25-2010 | By : Liz | In : Blog Post, Skeptics in the Pub

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This month, we will be watching and mocking El Chupacabra. Jeff Wagg of the James Randi Educational Foundation will be providing commentary, and you will get the chance to join in! We will be inviting audience members to come on stage and take a turn poking fun at this horrifically bad (so I’m told) movie. This will be a fun one–don’t miss it!

If you are interested in having a turn with the mic, please leave a comment so we can get an idea of numbers ahead of time! Don’t worry, Jeff will be there to help you:)

When: Monday, August 30th at 7:00pm

Where: Tommy Doyles, Harvard Square (upstairs)

Don’t forget to RSVP if you are on Facebook!

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Comments (4)

I am not sure if I would want to try going on stage. I am more than a bit scared of public speaking.

It all sounds like fun.

Last Thursday I was watching “The Spy Who Loved Me” (IIRC) with my brothers at our annual family vacation. (Actually, we were clicking back and forth between it, the Red Sox game and the Pats game.) They were *MUCH* better at the snarky comments than I was. All I could do was sit back and laugh. BTW, that’s a truly awful movie, and the source of many ridiculous things skewered in the Austin Powers movies.

I would invite them, but A) they both live much too far away, and B) they would have a much better time mocking our collective nerdiness. (Many of my friends mistakenly think they are very nice people, due solely to their shyness amongst strangers. Take my word for it; they’re not!)

This movie is awesome. We’ll be too spellbound to make any comments as we are absorbed by the pure storycraft, stylings editing, and masterful acting that oozes from the screen.

Lots of beer would help too.

Ah, but I must drive home after, so I do not have the luxury of self medicating with alcohol for this, the second time I experience this masterwork of modern cinema.

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