Episode 135 – The Raymond Francis Jelley Experience

On this episode of Nerd & Tie, we dive deeply into Raymond Francis Jelley of Angry Goat Productions and Raymond Francis & Associates. He has a habit of announcing events that never seem to materialize, and with yet another one out there we thought a review of his history might be fun.

In the headlines before that though, we tackle the possible Shrek reboot, along with what the heck the PG-13 Deadpool 2 edit is going to be. This whole episode is a bit of an adventure, really.

So hold on to your hats…

Trae Dorn

Trae Dorn has been staffing conventions for over twenty years, and is a co-founder of Wisconsin’s longest running Anime convention No Brand Con. Trae also wrote and drew the now completed webcomic UnCONventional, and produces the podcasts BS-Free Witchcraft, On This Day With Trae, Stormwood & Associates, and The Nerd & Tie Podcast. This leads many to ask when the hell they have time to actually do anything anymore. Trae says they have the time because they “do it all quite poorly.”

3 thoughts on “Episode 135 – The Raymond Francis Jelley Experience

  • October 27, 2019 at 1:29 pm
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    Just letting you know you were incorrect about Case 2:17-cv-01801-MWF (William Kircher v. Angry Goat Productions, LLC et al). That case was not (as you incorrectly said) “thrown out.” Per Doc 40 (filed 11/22/17), which is a Stipulated Judgment and Order Dismissing the Case, Judge Michael W. Fitzgerald ruled against Defendants jointly and severally in favor of Plaintiff (Kirchner) and awarded him $28,000. The order also mentions that the judgement can not be discharged by Raymond Jelley or Angry Goat in bankruptcy. It further orders Defendants to remove Plaintiff’s likeness and references thereto from all social media. All of this can be viewed on PACER.gov; it is public record.

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    • October 27, 2019 at 6:28 pm
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      Thanks for the correction— I misread the summary I glanced at before the episode

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    • January 23, 2020 at 3:43 am
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      I worked with Ray on a fake festival “Taste of the World Festival” mid-late 2000’s… Was supposed to be held at Los Angeles Center Studios… I was never paid for any of my time nor was a sweet friend I brought in, to help with sales. The venue was never booked and I don’t believe anyone was ever repayed.

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