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Who's Who #69: City of Death

44 mins - Published Wed, Aug 24, 2016.

This week, Petter and Breki travel to Paris to talk about art, history, the Mona Lisa, temporal science and whether or not Egyptians ever painted people from any other direction than full profile. Also, Monty Python, Brazil, Indiana Jones, Star Wars and some Doctor Who.


Geekdays #455: 2016-08-24

12 mins - Published Tue, Aug 23, 2016.

Tesla gets fast, Amazon gets cheap, and the Cincinnati Zoo disappears from the internet. We’ve got some variety today on Geekdays.


Take Five #14: Marc

5 mins - Published Tue, Aug 23, 2016.

If your name is Marc, then you’re in for a treat, because this episode is about you! Well, more accurately it’s about your name. If your name is spelled “Mark”, then maybe you won’t enjoy it as much? Then again, it’s a podcast and you can’t read podcasts so it’ll sound like we’re saying your name. (more…)

Gordon's Gun Closet #11: Maxim Gun

47 mins - Published Tue, Aug 23, 2016.

This week we look at the iconic Maxim Gun, the world’s first true automatic machine gun, and a weapon which set the stage for the high-intensity conflicts of the 20th Century which cost the lives of millions of soldiers during WWI and WWII.


Movieing On #205: The Four Musketeers

43 mins - Published Mon, Aug 22, 2016.

This week, Aramis, Porthos and Athos sit down to talk to a movie while D’artagnan is on adventures in the western lands. The movie, of course, is the 1974 interpretation of the classic Alexandre Dumas story about The Four Musketeers.


The MMOsketeers #175: And It’s Free!

1 hour 13 mins - Published Sun, Aug 21, 2016.

Tepp suffers a significant caffeine-related comedown but Jen is there to keep him focused on the latest MMO news. What’s next for Elder Scrolls Online? Could Camelot Unchained’s CUBE system get anymore detailed? Is Eternal Crusade anything more than some arena battles? Will World of Warcraft get it’s Invasions right before Legion? And Can Destiny bring everything it promises in the Rise of Iron DLC? Tune in, this week, for no answers whatsoever and some frankly shocking assumptions. There’s some listener questions too.


Coffee With Jeff #102: Ted Healy & the Stooges

30 mins - Published Sun, Aug 21, 2016.

This is the story of the life and death of Ted Healy, the man who started the Three Stooges. The thing about Ted’s death is that many, even today, think it was murder. He was born Ernest Lea Nash on October 1, 1896 in Kaufman, Texas. In 1908, his family moved to New York.

It was there he became friends with another boy in the neighborhood named Moses Horwitz. Moses, who was nicknamed Moe by his family, had five brothers. Two of Moe’s younger brothers were Samuel Horwitz, who was called Shemp, and Jerome Lester Horwitz, who was known as Babe, but would later to be known as Curly. In his autobiography, Moe described his relationship with Healy as inseparable.


The History Files #65: Afghanistan pt. 3

26 mins - Published Thu, Aug 18, 2016.

In part three of our series on Afghanistan we get fully into the second Anglo-Afghan War, picking up where we left off, in 1878. Will the British have learned valuable lessons from previous decades? Will they consequently learn anything from subsequent disasters? If you’ve been listening, you can probably guess the answers, but tune in anyway and find out!


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Nothing Important Happened Today #26: Creating, Consuming, Conversation

54 mins - Published Wed, Aug 17, 2016.

Petter’s starting a new job and Breki’s busy rebuilding his apartment. That sets them off on a series of discussions about reboots, Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles, Creation, Consumption and the many practical uses of super glue.


Half-Pints, Whole-Notes #39: Canon – Tonight’s the Summit EPA

51 mins - Published Fri, Aug 12, 2016.

Taking a break from reviewing new releases, Becca Ruiz and Josh Wodarz look at one album and one beer that they believe has shaped their musical and beerical tastes. Beerical is a word, right? If it’s not, it should be. (more…)

Gamepunting #89: Bitbox […]

41 mins - Published Thu, Aug 4, 2016.

This week we take a look at Bitbox, Near & Far, Ponyfinder – Dawn of the Fifth Age, Zweihander Grim & Perilous RPG, Prince Valiant Storytelling Game, Pythos Tabletop RPG


How To Comic #12: The Killing Joke Movie

19 mins - Published Sun, Jul 31, 2016.

Jonnydem and Justin were lucky enough to go see The Killing Joke special limited theatrical release.

This episode is all about reviewing the movie. A lot has been said about the first thirty minutes of the movie and whether or not it should have been included. Jonnydem and Justin give their two cents on the issue and let you know if people were making a big deal about nothing or not.


The Kingston Legacy #21: Pokemon Go Away

55 mins - Published Thu, Jul 14, 2016.

Robert Algeo and Josh Wodarz tackle most important issue of the day – Pokemon Go! Yes, yes, it’s another thing about Pokemon Go, but you know, with our irreverent spin on things. By irreverent, we mean Robert making fun of it and Josh laughing. Yep, that’s how we roll. (more…)

We Need To Talk #36: WWDC 2016

1 hour 19 mins - Published Mon, Jun 13, 2016.

Apple kicked off their World Wide Developer Conference of 2016 with a wonderful keynote, filled to the brim with the four platforms that they’re working in. I sat down with Jon Shute to talk about what they covered and how surprisingly impressed we were with what was said.