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Sean Frankling
Don't let my glasses fool you, I'm actually a huge dork. Co-Host of the podcast Pitch Me Something, which you can find at
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Sean Frankling Jul 22
Going to the dentist today, because sure I might have spent the last 5 months avoiding a haircut to avoid letting a stranger breath on me, but that's no reason I shouldn't let them get elbow deep in my mouth, right?
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Sean Frankling Jul 17
Replying to @Sisu_Runner
Oh, I see already pointed this out.
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Sean Frankling Jul 17
Desktop version of the site shows the same map next to a graph showing the dramatic upward trend in cases. I think and others may be right -- if the map is bad, it's not on purpose.
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FranklyImplausible Jul 6
Replying to @0Plausibility
How does a mermaid get from Vancouver to Toronto in a hurry? Hitchhiking is a little harder without legs, but Sean’s willing to give it a try on this episode of
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FranklyImplausible Jul 6
Replying to @0Plausibility
Would we really be better off if all the Elon Musks and Jeff Bezoses of the world cut their losses and left earth for greener planets? Laura tries to build a more egalitarian and sustainable society in their wake in
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FranklyImplausible Jul 6
Do you love pineapple on pizza? Ever wanted to be able to talk to bugs but not control them in any way? Congrats, you’re the lucky recipient of two of the worst superpowers on earth! Find out what else you can do on feat.
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FranklyImplausible Mar 11
Can Memes predict the future? No, of course not. That's insane. But what if you could see memes FROM the future? Join us for our weirdest suckerpowers yet as we discuss the misunderstood prophet: Joseph and the Technicolor Meme Coat
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FranklyImplausible Mar 11
What if you woke up with superpowers? Would you think you were still dreaming? Probably! Nick Lever joins us on this week's Pitch Me Something to make his dark predictions about what happens next:
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FranklyImplausible Mar 11
Sick of seeing the same company win the Oscar for Best Animated Feature every year? sure is. Her pitch to fix it? A whole awards show dedicated to animation film. Check out her pitch for the Annies at
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FranklyImplausible Mar 11
Replying to @LAIKAStudios
And here's the video we mentioned where they show how did the animation for Kubo and the Two Strings. Our #1 pick for a retroactive Best Picture award.
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Zee Mar 8
Hey Installing stuff throughout my neighbourhood does not give an excuse to treat it like a trash dump
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Sean Frankling Feb 21
Replying to @HamillHimself
Oh, and he should be played by in live action for a change. If you're going to go big, why not have him played by the best there ever was?
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Sean Frankling Feb 21
Replying to @SeanFrankling
He's been oversaturated in pop culture for so long. So I think using that absence to built suspense is how you go about making him a major event again.
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Sean Frankling Feb 21
Replying to @SeanFrankling
I think if you want the Joker to still seem like a big deal after appearing in every single Batman property ever, you need that build-up. You have to show that hypercompetent Batman is still scared of what he might do at every turn, even when he seems to be gone.
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Sean Frankling Feb 21
Replying to @SeanFrankling
Then, much later in the series, when even Bruce is starting to relax, THAT'S when the Joker shows up. He really DID have something huge planned and he was deliberately waiting in the wings to a) undermine Batman's credibility, b) psych him out and c) lull him into complacency.
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Sean Frankling Feb 21
Replying to @SeanFrankling
And people are starting to question whether Bruce is just paranoid. After all, why has he been spending all this time preparing to handle a supervillain who might not even come back? But no one knows Joker like Bruce does. So he keeps waiting.
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Sean Frankling Feb 21
Replying to @SeanFrankling
As the series goes on, we develop the story that the Joker has been missing for a long time. And no one - not even Batman - knows where he went or why. But the whole time, Bruce has been assuming it was because he was building up to something huge and deadly.
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Sean Frankling Feb 21
Replying to @SeanFrankling
And every time one of those comes up, you focus in on Batman as he gets visibly tense. But before he can go into full-on Dark Knight freakout mode, Alfred or Dick tell him, "Calm down. Don't jump to conclusions. It might not be him. We have to consider all possibilities."
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Sean Frankling Feb 21
Replying to @SeanFrankling
Someone robs a bank using a circus-themed gimmick. People have been buying up the ingredients to make Joker Venom. A murder victim turns up in a comedy club or with his cheeks cut like Heath Ledger's version.
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Sean Frankling Feb 21
Replying to @SeanFrankling
Instead, you leave him conspicuously absent. But you allude to him a bunch. Several times in the early series, you have incidents come up that sound like crimes the joker would have pulled.
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