Two BDECers, Ramiro and Pedro, made a web series about two fat comedians who try to lose weight…by doing a bunch of exercises they are totally unprepared for. MMA, Pole Dancing and attempting an Ice Bath.
Here’s our favorite, Pole Dancing:
It’s got a little something for everybody. BDEC, out!
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Dan and Ramiro are back, recording live inside of Ramiro’s car parked outside Los Angeles. Topics include: the Super Bowl, Groundhog’s Day the movie, Dan’s Bottomshelf Beer Review origin story…and Dan’s 1985 Camaro Death Box aka Mach 5. Listen in won’t you?
Ramiro and Dan talk about video games (f’n finally!) and which ones were their favorites (Megaman 2, Mario Bros 2…other 2′s) AND who they think will win the Superbowl. This episode takes place…right outside an L.A. laundromat. Enjoy!
Dan and Ramiro are talking about Stacie Halas, the 32 year-old teacher who was fired because she did porno…what it means to be a teacher…a grocery bagger and a rockstar…and why people tend to image police different jobs. They also update about da Bears new coach, gun control, Lance Armstrong’s doping admission, Manti Te’o fake girlfriend scandal and Dan playing Duckhunt in real life.
Our video Jones Big Ass Truck Rental and Storage made the front page of Reddit on October 27th! Good thing someone told us that night! Roll the beautiful link footage! http://www.reddit.com/r/videos/comments/1274qh/ladies_and_gentlemen_i_present_to_you_the_best/
ALSIP, IL and LOS ANGELES, CA – Big Dog Eat Child, a comedy company formed by 8 close friends from Chicago’s South Side is now a featured channel of the Machinima Network. Machinima (youtube.com/machinima) is the largest entertainment channel on YouTube boasting over 109 million subscribers, 4,500 channels and an astounding 27.2 billion views. Big [...]
Moraine Valley Community College proved to be a successful venture for Castro back in 2002. This article, featured in their online newspaper: ‘The Glacier’, speaks of Pedro’s journey since his years as The Glaciers graphics editor.