It’s that time of the week again, where we sit down to discuss a movie from 1999 or earlier. This time around, the time has come for us to discuss Romancing the Stone, a lovely 1984 movie starring Kathleen Turner and Michael Douglas and way too many other people and events and story lines to keep straight.
It’s the start of a new week and we’ve got changes from Facebook, rumors about Netflix and Swedish philosophers. Sounds about right. This and more on today’s Geekdays.
Jen and Tepp bring you the latest MMO news, featuring: Star Wars The Old Republic; Star Trek Online; The Division; Everquest 2; Lord of the Rings Online; Anarchy Online; Elder Scrolls Online; Black Desert Online; World of Warcraft. Also we answer some listener questions! Online! Huzzah!
Dulce, New Mexico is a small town of under 3000 people, most of which is home to Native Americans. The area around Dulce was plagued with unexplained cow mutilations. Near the town of Dulce, on the Colorado-New Mexico border, is a secret underground government facility known as the Dulce Base.
The facility is a least seven levels deep. So what goes on in this place? Well, it depends who you listen to but one thing is certain, there are humans and grey aliens and reptilians. Allegedly, the humans are getting technological information from the aliens and in exchange, they give the aliens human subjects to experiment on. From all accounts I’ve read, horrible, horrible stuff goes on under that ground in New Mexico.
Post Comicpalooza and hunting for bargains on comic books.
Encill Tener was a yeoman on the USS New Jersey in May of 1916. One day he sat down at his typewriter to write home, and the result was a mini time-capsule explaining the ups and downs of life in the US Navy during World War 1.
Gordon thought it would be fun to share this letter with our listeners, in particular because Encill was his grandfather. This week’s episode is a bit shorter than usual, but we think you’ll enjoy a unique glimpse into the daily life of a Great War sailor. For photos and whatnot be sure to visit Gordon’s blog.
This week, Petter and Breki sit down to talk about movies, fantasy book series and oh my God, Breki got a puppy! … Sorry, I got a little bit distracted there. But, yeah, so … puppies.
This episode is dedicated to what could be called -until recently – the right arm of the British Empire. It’s the Tommy’s best friend, the Lee Enfield.
I think it’s safe to say that everyone likes cheese. Except for vegans. I mean, maybe even they like cheese, they just don’t want to eat it because it’s forced out of a cow. I feel like we went over this sort of thing in the description for the milk episode, actually.
Either way, join Jack and Anthony this week as they discuss cheese! Don’t listen to it for too long, though, or you’ll have weird dreams.
Rebecca Ruiz is back from Bonaroo. Josh Wodarz never left the seedy basement bar. (more…)
It’s the 100th serial of Doctor Who, The Stones of Blood, where The Doctor and Romana travel to England and encounter high druidic weirdness before ending up in hyperspace and on trial! Exciting stuff.
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.
This week on Gamepunting we take a look at Massive Darkness, Lab Wars, Terraforms, and Captains of the Golden Age.
Hey, it’s another month, and another Kingston Legacy. This month, it’s comics, 24, land mines, time traveling CIA agents moving Barack Obama to Mars, and an Indian miracle buster on the lam. Robert Algeo and Josh Wodarz have fun with it all. Because that’s what they do.
It’s January 1st, 2016, and that’s a very big day for CSICON. Today is the day we turn five. Listen in as we think about what that means for us moving forward.
After being a guest on all of his shows but one (and I’m still working on that!), I had the opportunity to sit down with Tom Merritt and chat about his career and thoughts on podcasting’s future. (more…)