Talk a little shit. It's good for you.

An irreverent and speculative look at the week’s news, emerging technologies, and the simulated world around us. Talk a little shit, it's good for you.


This week we’re just catching up after three weeks off, and we’re discussing why voicemail is now unnecessary, unlimited data packages that aren’t actually unlimited, the S8 vs the Pixel, hindsight tech, lampshade monitors, Bixby hiccups, email, Bladerunner 2049, Dark City, how the pugs locked Dubs keys in his car, Matt introduces his idea for a revolutionary new tail light, Hungry Hustlers: paying it forward, real life fables on social media, revisiting the public library, sneaking Chinese food into the movie theater, Wong’s eggrolls, Palabra del Dia, financing a new bed, back pain, hot bed tech, and rescheduling recording. It doesn’t sound hilarious, but somehow it still is, so download it now and listen to it, and then tell your friends!



2013-03-24_whgl_03_24_13Dub and Matt start this week with a pamphlet left on their door by a local woman claiming expertise in talking to animals. This leads into a discussion on the finer points of good documentaries and how to go about making a documentary on the aforementioned animal communication expert. Take a stroll down memory lane with the boys as they dial a number they haven’t tried in years. Matt brings an article about Personal Audio, a company claiming patent infringement on podcast distribution. Dub and Matt talk along the way about the possibility of potentially being targeted by said company, as this ‘patent infringement’ applies to all podcasts. Could a win in court for patent trolls mean the end of a Good Life?Dub revisits the brutal Los Zetas Cartel gang in Mexico. They’re still up to no good, f’real. This obviously leads to the question, why do people still vacation in Mexico? They discuss the risk versus reward. Also, are they missing out on crucial life experience by not being part of a gang?What’s going on with that new Pope?