Rooster Teeth started almost 20 years ago and two of its creators want to get together every week to talk about their journeys, reminisce, and lament the Austin Texas that used to be. Gustavo Sorola & Geoff Ramsey, two of the masterminds behind hits like Red vs Blue & Achievement Hunter, monetize their conversations for your benefit.
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Good morning, Gus! We're back with another cup of coffee and round of stories, this time stopping into Dear Diary coffee for a cup. We make our way to Chestnut Park to talk 13 being a scary number, cat stickers, Blazer Tag, Paintball in Houston, Geof... more
Good Morning, Gus! In a return to form, Gus & Geoff are both in this episode as they get a cup at Genuine Joe's on Anderson Lane. Listen as they talk about some of the best hires in RT history, playing Halo 2 before it came out, Gus's parents first d... more
Good Morning, Gu-....? Where's Gus? Well in his absence, Geoff & Producer Eric sit down at Monkey Nest Coffee to discuss multiple friendships, Secret Gus, differences in being friends with Jack & Gavin, the speculative nature of people, and changing ... more
I don’t know about most of the places and landmarks they discuss, but this podcast is so captivating because Gustavo and Geoff have incredible stories to tell about their past. I became an RT fan in the 2010s, so I love finally hearing about its foundation and what these guys were up to during that time.
Will they ever talk about Joel you think or is he off limits?
And Now More Austin?
This is the podcast long time RT fans have never known we wanted. I hope this never ends because this is not as much an Austin nostalgia podcast as much as it is a rooster teeth fans dream. With the growth and changes that have evolved the company, this is the roots showcase. Love everything about it
Listening to Mr. Sorola and Geoffrey tell stories of their younger years is a genuinely fantastic experience. I cannot say enough good things about this podcast. more
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ANMA launched 4 months ago and published 16 episodes to date. You can find more information about this podcast including rankings, audience demographics and engagement in our podcast database.
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