No technical difficulties this episode, which is nice. News about /r/trees raising over $5000 for NORML, New Mexico house passing decriminalisation bill and various UK class warfare issues. We then spoke about DRM in video games such as Sim City, Witcher and Steam. Seeming recurrent, we spoke more about North Koreas flexing rhetoric, just before moving onto the BFF Game Show, where Jack got 3 points. Up for review, Jack talked about Hotline Miami and Dan Holmes’ new EP, Wizard EP. Continue reading
Cypriot banks, Pope Francis, North Korea and a brief criticism of the new Tory budget plan. We also talked about what we’d do if cannabis were legalised tomorrow, and also about how to assess your smoking habits, and what they might mean. Along with all that, the BFF game show, where Doug scored a massive run of 3, and then reviews of Kenshi, a strategy RPG, and Sabato’s “Blimp”, linked below. Obviously, all this was prefaced with 20 minutes of technical delays and an acapella theme tune! Continue reading
Interesting discussions on Hugo Chavez’s death, UK providing armoured vehicles to Syrian rebels, North Korea’s “preemptive strike” threat and a little about Chinese hacking. We also talked about the heavily slated Aliens: Colonial Marines and the delightful new Tomb Raider. Continue reading
Some news about the Pope’s resignation, Pistorius’ murder scandal, big boats and the EU’s Court of Human Rights, finishing off the first half with a little talk about beer. We then talked about stoned driving and HuffPosts article on it, and then onto the BFF Game Show, where Doug got a lousy 2 points, and a review of Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind. Continue reading
We’re back, baby! All new schedule now, and we talked about horse burgers, Richard III, MEGA, the fabulous gay marriage news, kebabs, baguettes and Monopoly. Then, to finish off, we started the brand new BFF Game Show, and it was Jack’s go this week, who managed to score 3/10. Finally, quick reviews of House of Cards and O Brother, Where Art Thou? finish off the show.
Failures of NHS privatisation and the current government, along with the war on drugs. Our favourite cookies and Subways, with talks about Looper, Dishonoured, Castle Story and a new /r/trees census.