WE ARE HOT DOGS?

Dude Soup Post Show: WE ARE HOT DOGS?

In a perfect world, we'd all be living the lives of dogs. Getting cool art drawn of us and being super naked all the time are ideal ways to spend our doggo days.

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  • ytrahne FIRST Member Star(s) Indication of membership status - One star is a FIRST member, two stars is Double Gold Guardian x6

    9 months ago

    Garona is half Orc and half Draenei which would be ridiculous to try to explain to non-fan/lore driven moviegoers.


    ...I have yet to see the Warcraft movie which is funny as someone who has played the games for years.

    • Shepsus FIRST Member Star(s) Indication of membership status - One star is a FIRST member, two stars is Double Gold Shepsus

      9 months ago

      In the Warcraft book: The Last Guardian, Garona is depicted as a Half-Orc, Half-Human. It was only later does she learn she is Daenei.

      The entire book is about Khagdar, Garona, and Medivh. If you haven't read it, I highly recommend it. The only parts that disappointed me about the Warcraft movie was the parts they took OUT of the book. In my opinion, the book could have been a movie in and of itself.

  • Space-Potato FIRST Member Star(s) Indication of membership status - One star is a FIRST member, two stars is Double Gold Space-Potato

    9 months ago

    What do you guys think about the battle Teutoburg forest?

  • SarahWithStars FIRST Member Star(s) Indication of membership status - One star is a FIRST member, two stars is Double Gold No Family Bias- Honest

    10 months ago

    I'm so glad Kel's bookmark pocket funhaus art was featured! I said she needed to keep making time for drawing what she loves, and Id suggested a little Benson project.

    This was so much more than a 'little' anything, even if they were 'pocket'Haus !

  • Lorhechapol FIRST Member Star(s) Indication of membership status - One star is a FIRST member, two stars is Double Gold

    10 months ago

    I have a big grin on my dumb face now cause Lawrence didn't recognize the word "intimate"

  • BrandonK FIRST Member Star(s) Indication of membership status - One star is a FIRST member, two stars is Double Gold Funnier in editing.

    10 months ago

    Gonna go on a rant here (and possibly catch more shit than a portapotty cleaner) but:

    The Merriam-Webster Dictionary defines famous as "known or recognized by very many people".


    So, given that "very many people" watch and enjoy FunHaus content every day, I would consider you "famous".


    This denotion of the FH group as "famous" is further reflected in Gavin Free's remarks on his own level of fame.


    To paraphrase/completely misquote Gavin from the RT Podcast, he said "We are the perfect level of famous. You put us in a very specific group of people and we are the most famous people there. But then we can walk down the street and be no one." [emphasis added to a misquote]


    I fully respect the fact that I am mis-remembering Gavin's remarks, but I've attempted to convey the spirit of what he said. And that is that he is "famous" in a very specific group of people.


    I mimic this idea of "fame" in that I've met people who make movies in Hollywood, i.e. "famous people", and have given slightly less than a shit in having done so. But, having met several members of the RT family, I've "freaked the fuck out" just having been near them.


    To wrap up this annoyingly long comment, I find it equally annoying that the FH group doesn't think of themselves as "famous" because they are far more "recognized" by me then most of the "famous" people in Hollywood.



    • BrandonK FIRST Member Star(s) Indication of membership status - One star is a FIRST member, two stars is Double Gold Funnier in editing.

      9 months ago

      Fuck, thank you all for the upvotes. I honestly know that this comment might catch shit, and that was reflected in the fact that it had -5 at one point I believe. But now with +4 I love that other people feel the same way as I do in terms of their fame. I appreciate all of you is what I'm trying to awkwardly say. :)

    • Shepsus FIRST Member Star(s) Indication of membership status - One star is a FIRST member, two stars is Double Gold Shepsus

      9 months ago

      Based on the dictionary definition, they are famous, you are right. But when someone asks you, "Are you famous?" They are generally asking "Hollywood famous". And Bruce answered as such - No one grabs a napkin to quickly ask for their autograph, they don't hide their faces going down the street, etc.

      Also, I'd argue that if a FIRST member is asking them "Are you famous?" during their Post-show, the FIRST member already knows who they are, so they are more-so inquiring, "Do you feel you are famous?" which is an opinion question. Bruce doesn't feel famous.

      Just my two 

    • BrandonK FIRST Member Star(s) Indication of membership status - One star is a FIRST member, two stars is Double Gold Funnier in editing.

      9 months ago

      Watch the "We are not to be Messed With" post show. Bruce actually addresses my question. And he is right. He said, based on my definition, "then you're famous in your town". The idea of "very many people" is to ethereal of a definition to be able to bring that up as an argument, and I realize that now. As to the intent, I would actually agree, the person was probably asking if they "felt" famous. And they address that as well.


      So yeah, I agree. They're not actually famous, even if I would freak out given the chance to meet them.


      Appreciate feedback that contributes to the conversation in a positive way. Bob knows this site, and the internet as a whole, could use more of that.

    • Shepsus FIRST Member Star(s) Indication of membership status - One star is a FIRST member, two stars is Double Gold Shepsus

      9 months ago

      It is really amusing to me at your reply, cause I am obviously playing catch-up on the Post Shows. I came back to comment because they addressed your comment. Womp. 

      Glad we are both right? I think we're both right. 

      Cool that Bruce addressed your question, and I think it is awesome that he continues to remain humble (as he said in the post- show).

  • PieBoy94 FIRST Member Star(s) Indication of membership status - One star is a FIRST member, two stars is Double Gold

    10 months ago

    I agree 100% with Lawrence about his retail experience....if you work retail and you're helping a customer, you really dont care at your core if they get what they need, you'll get the occasional sweet old lady or just genuinely nice person and you actually want to help them and you feel good about it, but then you get the asshole mom or douchebag teenager that treats you like a peasant for working at a retail store and it makes you just not care anymore, you go back to just doing your job, getting through the day, and getting paid    

    • SirLarr FIRST Member Star(s) Indication of membership status - One star is a FIRST member, two stars is Double Gold

      9 months ago

      Yeah right? I can remember the handful of times I genuinely related to someone while on the clock, but mostly it was pretty robotic politeness.

    • PieBoy94 FIRST Member Star(s) Indication of membership status - One star is a FIRST member, two stars is Double Gold

      9 months ago

      exactly 

  • 8bitdee FIRST Member Star(s) Indication of membership status - One star is a FIRST member, two stars is Double Gold my views are your own

    10 months ago

    I wish I could catch these live. College life owns my free time. 

  • YodatheHobbit FIRST Member Star(s) Indication of membership status - One star is a FIRST member, two stars is Double Gold

    10 months ago

    I like the difference in posture between Adam and Shling. Says everything you need to know about the differences in their personalities.

  • ChaoticPKK FIRST Member Star(s) Indication of membership status - One star is a FIRST member, two stars is Double Gold Tony

    10 months ago

    Dude, I'm with you Lawrence. Grease is a steaming pile of not-very-goodness. I've never understood the love for it.

    • SarahWithStars FIRST Member Star(s) Indication of membership status - One star is a FIRST member, two stars is Double Gold No Family Bias- Honest

      10 months ago

      Yes!

      Thank you! Finally it has been said outloud and clear! And not only by the Sonntag! !


      I feel the same way with Wizard of Oz, it was monumental in the time line of technicolour film, but hugely over-friggin-rated!


      There. Said it

  • CommanderScorpion

    10 months ago

     butt whiskey benson

  • Dr_Wondertainment FIRST Member Star(s) Indication of membership status - One star is a FIRST member, two stars is Double Gold What the fuck Elyse

    10 months ago

    I personally love the new set, but do what you gotta do. 

  • BasicallyOlly FIRST Member Star(s) Indication of membership status - One star is a FIRST member, two stars is Double Gold

    10 months ago

    Bruce looks like old, sad Ryan Gosling from Blue Valentine in those Lets Play Live Pics...

  • Edgarcia801 FIRST Member Star(s) Indication of membership status - One star is a FIRST member, two stars is Double Gold

    10 months ago

    MY SEXY BENSLORDE GOT ON! WOOF  Love seeing everyone's art on the show!

  • darogadaae FIRST Member Star(s) Indication of membership status - One star is a FIRST member, two stars is Double Gold

    10 months ago

    On the note of how prison guards live anything like a normal life and don't lose their empathy? They do, at least in how they deal with inmates.


    Look up the Stanford prison experiment. They randomly assigned this group of young men (relatively same age, no history of mental illness or criminal behavior) to be either "prisoners" or "guards." The "prison" was modeled after real corrective facilities, with input from convicts, prison guards, etc. They all adopted different strategies, but the majority of the "guards" got abusive and defensive, and the "prisoners" got aggressive and confrontational in response. Basically, the "guards" very quickly learned to not think of their charges as people and the "prisoners" started acting how the "guards" expected them to. It spiraled out of control so quickly. They followed every member of the study over time and none of the "guards" went on to have any lasting effects in their daily life - no signs of abusiveness, increased aggression, decreased empathy, etc. - but the "prisoners" were legitimately traumatized. Granted, this was over the course of a couple of weeks rather than months or years, but the human ability to compartmentalize terrible events and thoughts is a truly remarkable thing, and not necessarily in a good way.

    • Liberty83 FIRST Member Star(s) Indication of membership status - One star is a FIRST member, two stars is Double Gold

      10 months ago

      Coming from someone with ~110 years of prison experience in the extended family the key part of all of this is weeks rather than months / years.  With the average family member having 15-20 years of experience, at least from my small sample size there is that bit that mirrors the study early on, but as you progress your mindset starts to change.  When I asked my dad how he dealt with it, he said "It isn't as bad as everyone makes it out to be.  At the start it can be incredibly stressful but you learn to treat them fair, address their concerns regardless of there is anything you can do and most of them will respect you for that." (And be less likely to cause trouble)  This might not be the case as much any more as he has been retired for over a decade.  


      As an after thought, something my dad and I sat down having a laugh with was watching Oz recently (actually after James mentioned it we started to watch it).  Within the Prison system there is a massive amount of bureaucracy when it comes to working there, especially when it comes to potential cases of any kind of abuse of power.  Every incident is examined and reviewed, every complaint has to be fully addressed.  He had to laugh at just how lax they portrayed the system / administrative aspects of it (as he started from the bottom and worked his way up to sergeant, Lt, captain and finally Major).     

  • IpBlood FIRST Member Star(s) Indication of membership status - One star is a FIRST member, two stars is Double Gold David

    10 months ago

    33:20   I like how you made reference to the fact about the education of people who are brought into the prison system. I was an education major in college before I dropped out. While attending I learned so much about our educational system (and the many flaws within). Every societal problem America has currently can be traced back to a lack of investment in our schools. In short the American educational system produces criminals (to a certain extent) We force children to compete for grades and those who do not make as well a grade as another we shun and ostracize never giving any thought to what that child has to deal with outside of school. You are put into a mindset of either get a good grade or you're a fuck up. You either know the answer before the question or you don't bother learning it at all. Mistakes are a teachers best tool for a student to learn but our current system has no desire to use and our society and prison system are great parallels. If you fuck up once that's it for you (unless you're rich) If you teach children to make mistakes and learn from them they will be able to point out and avoid future mistakes.  


    In high school I was believed to be at best a slightly below average student. Well, once I finally got into college (Age 22 at the time) I was a straight A student 3.9 GPA. All of my professors were stumped that I had graduated high school with a mere 2.8 GPA. Then I told them about how I lost my older brother the year before I went into high school (which I found out later to be suicide) Then one of my professors told me that I was just one who "slipped between the cracks". I new what they meant but the fact that there are cracks like this in our educational system to begin with angers me to no end. Thankfully, in my case I was living by myself at the age of 16 and I was into video games so I was too lazy to go out and get into trouble, but had I still been living with my family I probably would have ended up in a much worse situation or not even be alive. I remember the night I came to terms with all of the proverbial shit I had to crawl through, I almost didn't make it, but somehow I did and here I am 28 years old, still playing video games. I don't know what I want to do with my life but I am working on it as I go. (Can't afford college)   I would like to work with schools but education is not as important in the south as much as sports sadly. Til I find my way I'll just keep on going. But I just can't shake the feeling of how close I could have been to a different life. 

    • darogadaae FIRST Member Star(s) Indication of membership status - One star is a FIRST member, two stars is Double Gold

      10 months ago

      There's not a mod that really fits my reaction to this. I'm glad you made it out okay. I've had similar thoughts, in that I could've been married to an abusive ass and raising three kids if I'd stayed in the small town I spent my childhood in.


      Those cracks in the educational system? That's why I'm going to school for education and history. (Though good luck finding a job as a history teacher in Texas, whoops)

  • Camkaminsky12 FIRST Member Star(s) Indication of membership status - One star is a FIRST member, two stars is Double Gold

    10 months ago

    We need more Omar on the podcast!!

  • Hausmate FIRST Member Star(s) Indication of membership status - One star is a FIRST member, two stars is Double Gold

    10 months ago

    Bruce you're weirding me out, please glue your hair back on.