Roughly ten minutes is just about enough time to get a point across properly. It’s the credo of your host for My Morning Coffee. Mostly because your host considers anything longer just to be the ramblings of a mad man. Don’t be fooled though, Jeremy is actually at times a mad man. Despite calling the show MMC to sound edgy, he’s anything but that. He’s spent most of his life connecting dots that sometimes aren’t there. I used to think he was a conspiracy theorist until some of the things he said made a lot of sense. Everyone needs a hobby and this is his. As a long time friend and schoolmate, I can tell you he’s been doing this for years. Jeremy argues for things he believes in and manages to sway others to his side. It made ordering pizza a difficult task. Thankfully, this show isn’t about bickering over a pizza order. Who would listen? You wouldn’t and that is a fact. With that said – Enjoy MMC a podcast my friend does reflecting about video games while enjoying his cup of coffee. You can e-mail the show via email@example.com or follow Jeremy on Twitter @Rempancy.
Oh look, your host managed to add E3 in the title of this episode just oh so cleverly. There’s a lot of hype already but haven’t we been through this before and almost every year for that matter? Dear consumers, please listen as Jeremy reminds you to temper your expectations and let you know some of the more important announcements, according to him. Also is it Magi or Medjai? Gosh, we sure hope your host isn’t too far over his scope here. To all of you at E3 currently have safe travels and avoid those who don’t wear deodorant.
Jeremy does his bi-weekly Sunday e-mails on Monday as he’s super edgy and doesn’t need your approval. Today’s topics include a long winded response on why Destiny 2 is eerily seeming like the marketing for the original. If you’re still listening after that, Jeremy then finally answers whether he’ll play or not. James writes in and wonders where Tinkkz is and how Bombshell went with EidolonFox. Sam writes in to ask about Valkyria Revolution and your host ends the show attempting not to stutter… Enjoy your Sunday-Monday and we’ll catch you on Wednesday.
You’ll notice the metadata for this audio file is of a different name, there’s a good reason for it! Your host saw the possible genius of this title while doing this post. Oh crap, he may have given away that he does these posts in the third person since he’s a self loather. This episode is about current news regarding ETF-C, which Jeremy felt didn’t get enough love. He’s hoping they’re working on making Underground Funderground again. Hopefully some other miscellany as well. Good luck, there’s four subliminal messages in this episode try and find them…
Jeremy forgot to record yesterday. He’s making a joke about it for fun. Recently IGN released a Top 100 RPGs of All Time List that you should really check out if you’ve ever written into the show wondering what throwback RPGs to take a look at. It’s pretty close to perfection. Now as you can guess, your host discusses some of the better or closer to heart choices he liked on this list. Feel free to e-mail or Tweet any questions on any of the games mentioned in today’s show. Your host understands it is probably a lot to take in.
Jeremy continues his podcast consistency streak. It’s like you’ve had MOAR MORNING COFFEE. Wait, Moarning Coffee? Yes. Your host discusses his current state of being along with his love of the internet and how it helps. It’s soothing at times to realize all the things he’s been able to do and the people he’s met thanks to this thing no one really ever understands and often takes for granted. He apologizes for his rambling as always but as we all know, sometimes ramblin’ on helps. Have a good week, folks.
Your least favorite Ninja Pancake personality and general Site Overlord returns to talk about – Pineapple Lifesavers? We absolutely assure you this ties into the episode in a manner that makes sense. Our Quality Control team is well versed in how to handle Jeremy when he goes off the rails. Now, keep in mind, our QC team is basically a platypus we’ve trained to click “Publish” but still. Every website has to start somewhere. In all seriousness, Jeremy discusses trying to find that right game to satisfy him at the moment. Make sure to listen in. Your host can be reached on Twitter, via E-Mail and even seldom on Twitch.
Seriously. Does anyone know what is going on with Jeremy? He’s been really consistent lately. Is this one of those off episodes of The Twilight Zone? We’re so lost and need help understanding. Your host today sits down early in the morning to discuss how Single Player RPGs kept him trapped in being anti-social with the amount of time he logged in them. The good part is a lot of these games were based off of Dungeons & Dragons, which waywardly made him interested in finding a group to table top with. He became a social seeker in gaming. It’s a weird sort of reflection with an interesting moral at the end. If you’re into that sort of thing. If you’re not? Send an e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org and let Jeremy know what you actually want him to talk about.