Former UOTD: (08/16/2003) I'm a worthless useless hopeless ugly and stupid person.

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Georgia State University

Alpharetta, GA

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Posted by Outlaw88 - April 30th, 2012

Star Trek

Andrew and Matt are joined by The Phil as they travel beyond the stars. Make sure to check out our intro video!

Posted by Outlaw88 - April 4th, 2012

The Freakacast! Intro

This was a ton of fun to make.

Visit our podcast at http://afelson1.wordpress.com/category/podcast/

The Freakacast! is Andrew Felson & Matthew Puetz.
New episode each month.
Song by: Andrew Huang

Get the song here: http://www.songstowearpantsto.com/songs/the-frea kacast-theme/

Visit his channel: http://www.youtube.com/songstowearpantsto

Freakout Entertainment: https://www.facebook.com/pages/Freakout-Entertai nment/137644826295425

The Freakacast! : https://www.facebook.com/pages/The-Freakacast/21 4691971962263


It's The Freakacast!
Talkin' video games and LEGO

It's The Freakacast!

Cartoons and Superheroes

With Andrew the idea man
And Matt the builder

There gonna make a show that's killer.


Posted by Outlaw88 - April 2nd, 2012



Posted by Outlaw88 - April 1st, 2012


Andrew and Matt discover the mystic art of the ninja!

Posted by Outlaw88 - February 29th, 2012

The Freakacast! 17

Andrew and Matt duke it out over the classic game and all the stuff that goes with it.

Posted by Outlaw88 - February 8th, 2012

I dig the new design.

Maybe it's beacuse it's new, but it doesn't tell me how many things I have to vote on to get exp, or anything yet.

Either way... Awesome stuff.

Posted by Outlaw88 - February 1st, 2012

Go Go Power Rangers!

Andrew and Matt power up and talk about the Mighty Morphin Power Rangers show and movie.

Posted by Outlaw88 - January 1st, 2012

The Freakacast!

Andrew and Matt talk about Batman... Again.

Posted by Outlaw88 - December 31st, 2011

Well the year is almost up and I find myself both reflecting on the past and looking ahead. It has been an interesting and trying time for me these last few years and I know there will be plenty of things to keep it that way.

At the end of 2009 I finally graduated from college. I left Georgia State University with two BA degrees; one on Journalism and the other in film. I had been heavily involved with radio and wanted to get into that field. I've kept my audio editing skills in use by making a monthly podcast that I really enjoy doing. While I had decent credentials, it didn't seem to matter as I never even got a job interview with the numerous places I applied. I wasn't comfortable with the idea of writing freelance since I was also considering being a film critic and just didn't find anything that I felt I could do. So needless to say I felt pretty low. The job I have at a grocery store was one I've had while I was in college. I'm happy to be employed but this isn't exactly what I wanted to do with my life. I knew something had to be done.

Last June I applied for and was accepted into a teaching certification program. It lasts for a full year and thus far I've been doing well at it. It required some additional tests to show that I was qualified to teach the subjects I applied for. As it stands once I have been certified I can teach Language Arts (Middle Grades) and English (6-12) and I will probably take more tests later to expand what I can teach. The program is done in two parts; the first half is mostly book work and projects and the second half is a built-in internship where I take on the role of a student teacher. Starting January 4th, I will be in a middle school learning how to be a real teacher.

This poses some problems though. Like most internships this is unpaid work, and because I am require to be there every day I have to reduce my hours at my paying job. I'm not living with parents anymore and have to make rent and pay for food and all that on my own. Thankfully I do have a roommate to share in the rent but it's still going to be very tough on me. I'm also nervous about the whole thing. I've never had to be in charge of that many kids before and middle school aged kids are not the easiest to deal with. Plus I still have to do plenty of additional work to pass the course so it's not like I just show up and help the teacher. I am required to make my own lesson plans and teach them. The course runs until the end of the school year in May so I know I'll be cutting it close with my funds, which is small to begin with.

So yeah. I'm nervous. But its time. Time for me to move forward with my life. Time for me to make use of the knowledge and skills that I've picked up. I know its going to be rough at first but once I'm done I know that I've accomplished something big and that I will have new opportunities. Does this guarantee a job? No. Of course not. I don't expect a full time job right off the bat. I anticipate that I will substitute teach while still working the grocery job until a full time position comes along.

I just know that I have to keep moving forward. 2012 will hopefully be the year of opportunity.

Posted by Outlaw88 - December 1st, 2011

The Freakacast! Holiday Edition

Andrew and Matt get their jolly on. Our longest single episode yet! Make sure to visit us at our facebook page. Look for Freakout Entertainment and listen for contest details in the podcast.

Yes you read that right, a contest. Curious? Listen and find out.