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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.

EPISODE 240: EIGHT THE HARD WAY

This week we’re chasing whiskey with coffee, going to Las Vegas, losing money, messing up names, figuring out street performers on Fremont St., visiting the Mob Museum, getting propositioned by who’res, playing digital craps, putting prisoners on display for money, pondering whether prostitutes are more people or sex toys, wiping feces on dealership vehicles, transporting drugs by way of dong, heisting condoms and vibrators, elaborately threatening our customers for not tipping, divulging locations for hard-to-find foods like Arctic Circle and the McRib, buying expensive cat carriers, and more!

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EPISODE 234: LITTLE HOUSE ON THE COMPOUND

In Episode 234 we’re coming to you live from Lincoln, MT! We’re talking about old tech, Palabra del Dia, buying property, wearing two different shoe sizes, encountering SONS at the top of the pass, how fake rings are sometimes real rings, a grocery store product mapping app, a Great Falls restaurant hosting an eating competition, a Tennessee man daring a judge, a breakdown of ingredients for the “prison baby”, Deputy Captain Boobs, positive existentialism, kind of getting off the grid, and hitting dear.

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EPISODE 186: THE UNIVERSE DEMANDS A BLOOD SACRIFICE

021416Topics Discussed: Keurig Trance Brewing in 3D, Thermos Coffee Cup, Remembering Valentine’s Day, Celebrating Science: Gravitational Waves, Einstein’s Theory of Relativity, Black Holes, Interferometer, Wave Frequencies, Humans Leveling Up, Man Killed by Falling Meteorite, Space Sacrifices in Exchange for Universal Knowledge, A Terrible Decision to Make, Checking and Balancing God-like Abilities, Word of the Day, Great Falls’ Sonic and Salmon Hatchery, the Problem with Photography, A Khaki Cargo Pant Deficit, Mall Fatigue, Deadpool, Valentine’s Card and Candy, Bringing Back Vinegar Valentines, CMFE Science: Hugo de Garis and Evolvable Hardware, Humans are Computers Taken Further, Cylon Drones and Coming Civil War in Tech, Best Standards and Practices  for AI, and The Push to 200!

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