Edited 1.20pmPST to include quotes from Indiana BMV's Deputy Communications Director
Sometimes he was Eric Nicholson. Sometimes he was Vernon Eugene Lyons.
However, according to authorities in Indiana, his real name was George Helms and he assumed at least 10 different names in that state alone.
According to CBS2 Chicago, Helms walked into the Hobart, Ind., license branch to obtain an 11th ID. No one seems really sure why he would want an 11th license.
What Helms appears not to have known is that Indiana has invested in new facial recognition software.
Helms allegedly had all the correct … Read more
Installment Three of 404 Holiday Mini-sodes invites you to take a look at this year in cinema. Join us as Wilson puts on his critic hat and picks his top three movies of the year. Jeff joins the fun and chooses his favorite films but manages to find plenty of time to hate many, many others.
As for the Mantern, he adds one crucial but often overlooked observation to the discussion. Listen at the end of the podcast for his suggestion for most poignant film of the year...Yuletide Mini-sode Three Download today's podcast … Read more
Today's show features a new recurring guest segment featuring our two favorite ladies, codenamed Heavy and Flo! They'll join us once a month to bring a very refreshing female presence to this bromance. We're testing their ability to keep up with the dudes, and they pass with flying colors, discussing stories like Bill Murray's spot-on Bruce Wayne impression, Indiana's strict driver's license rules, Heavy's visit to the Playboy mansion, and Rock Band's foray into the Country music scene.
Last week, the dudes and I realized one glaring downfall to our show: all … Read more
SAN FRANCISCO--There's just something about that familiar Indiana Jones music. You know it--dun ta dun ta, dun ta da...
Even having spent months slaving over some 540 computer-generated images for the just-released Indiana Jones and the Kingdom of the Crystal Skull, the admittedly jaded Hayden Landis still gets excited when he hears that theme song.
"The little kid in you comes out," said Landis, computer graphics supervisor on the film, recalling the music in the opening of the movie trailer. "I grew up with Indiana Jones."
It's that very nostalgic feeling that Landis and … Read more