Oh no! Episode 27 isn’t The Exorcist! Why!? Stephen got stuck in Chicago (probably from being all nostalgic for the city these past few weeks after watching Blues Brothers for Episode 24) this week so we are serving up a canned episode for y’all. Episode 27 was an early recording of Netflix Book Club (old theme song and everything!), so disregard the “movie” for next week at the end of the episode. I assure you next week we will bring you a discussion on The Exorcist. For now here’s us chatting about In The Loop, a 2009 British comedy centering around the ridiculous bureaucratic environment of international politics. We recorded this about a year ago, but I bet we’d stick with our opinions. I remember this episode being a jokes vs. storyline argument (I think). Anyway, check out the movie and listen to the episode! Leave us a comment right here. How do we make you feel? Ahem. Catch us next week where we return to discuss The Exorcist!
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Andrew and Paul discuss announcements from E3 including Microsoft announcing Xbox 360 compatibility on the Xbox One and the new Call of Duty. Has Call of Duty run it's course? Paul talks about the new build of Windows Phone 10. How has it improved over the previous build? Andrew brings up Verizon finally getting a the Lumia 735. Why would they launch a Windows 8 Phone now?
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Jonah from Orange County calls to ask Spencer about his concerns over SSRIs potentially causing hair loss. And Buzz calls for advice on whether he should switch to Finasteride after not noticing any slowing of hair loss from using Minoxidil.
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Iyaz is at GFQ HQ so he and Andrew talk about continuing to be intense and setting expectations to create happiness.
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Join Andrew and Rich as they talk about the one and only American Dream Dusty Rhodes. They pay tribute to Big Dust and talk his many great moments, his promos, personality, and longevity in the wrestling business. They also talk NXT, Indy Wrestling, ROH, NJPW, MITB, 2 Cold Scorpio, WWE and Evolve, plus Andrew books the Big Show.
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TV stations are doing it. TV networks are doing it. Big corporations and SMBs are doing it. So why aren’t radio stations doing it? We’re talking about IP connections with remote offices, moving vehicles, concerts and sports venues, and just about anywhere you’d want to broadcast from - and do it reliably with bonded wireless data connections. Chris Tobin and Kirk Harnack explore the affordable tech that makes this possible.