THE SHOW'S RUN HAS CONCLUDED.
@tweethard says, "Thanks for listening!"
SHOW 45: Moneycubes / 1hr 11min / May 1, 2010
Kris and David probe the world’s finest minds on the MIT campus in Cambridge, MA, imparting wisdom from the year 4000. The time-traveling duo examines bee armor, clones musicians, requests injections, and explains how fat is money.
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@beowuuf @tweethard I will manufacture miniature longbows just in case the bee armour of the future needs to be defeated in a metal-less world #tmh
@robynneblume @beowuuf I’m worried that the bees will steal these longbows and turn them against us. #tmh
@beowuuf @robynneblume Curses! We need to develop large longbows, that interface tiny arrows. That’s 5k technology :( #tmh
@Flashfic Net Me Harder has a literal captive audience #tmh
@robynneblume It’s blurry, but I think I saw @malki summing an integral? Does he know what he’s doing at all? #tmh
SHOW 43: Corndog Paninis / 43min / April 17, 2010
Kris and David address an audience of themselves at TMH Live Chicago, broadcasting from the lovely Sheraton Hotel. The lads roll with punches, hold a trivia contest, and in Ask Me Harder, explain all about Chicago politics, electricity, and the old-time pillow-gifting custom.
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A quick dispatch post-TMH LIVE SEATTLE! Thanks so much to everyone who came out, and who watched online — we had a great time, and hope you did too. Thanks as well to Arcane Comics and to TopatoCo, our official event sponsor. Audio and video of the show will be posted soon!
Join David Malki ! and Kris Straub for the first LIVE on-stage performance of Tweet Me Harder, on November 14, 2009 at 8 PM at The Complex Theatre in Hollywood, CA — with special appearances by Fake Stan Lee and Dave Kellett, friends of Tweet Me Harder (but not each other).
Open to the public, TMH LIVE is free to attend. Come out and show your support! You can also share the event with your friends and RSVP on our Facebook event page.
Note to Antarctic scientists: if sunny Southern California is too far away for you, you can also tune in here on the site to watch a live stream of the show.