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Spartacast Ep13 - I'd be Leisure Suit Larry Podcast RSSiTunes

Posted September 9, 2013 into Spartacast by John Birmingham

This week our jolly Spartans drink martinis and discuss movies that need to be rebooted. They also ponder the timeless question, if you were to be trapped in a video game, which game would you be trapped in.

Show us your pixels, big boy.

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sapphyre puts forth...

Posted September 9, 2013

Valkyrie is about to die! Heard that a lot in my youth. I'll be Valkyrie from Gauntlet!

I have emerged from my job hunting hiatus... got a great new job starting Monday wee. Yay, now I have time for social media again :)

John Birmingham puts forth...

Posted September 9, 2013

Huzzah for Sapphy.

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Barnesm ducks in to say...

Posted September 9, 2013

Cracked has your back gents

"This brings the total amount of time Phil Connors was trapped in the time loop to an astonishing 3,176 days". In a piece called 6 Mind-Blowing Pop Culture Questions Answered by Super Fans. Read here.

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Lulu puts forth...

Posted September 9, 2013

I think Larry was the first 'role-playing' computer game I played; and it was probably played at work.

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Rob reckons...

Posted September 9, 2013

Maybe Tomb Raider, but only as the live in help in the Croft Mansion.

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Rob ducks in to say...

Posted September 10, 2013

You could also go for Resident Evil 2. Slow moving zombies, only as good as the main characters. Weak characters have a good chance of survival. and you get to mix green and red herbs which happen to be everywhere. Plus you get to kill zombies, but best to avoid the 'lickers' ( but they are all in the police station anyways and you would be avoiding that place because you have collected all the green and red herbs, am i right?)

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Posted September 11, 2013

I would totes want to be in the indie game Proteus. It's impossible to die and you don't need any powers. You just walk about tripping balls in the psychadelic scenery , generating weird music wherever you step, go through a few portals, then fly up into the heavens while the entire sky dances in sync with the music like an aurora borealis on mescalin. The end. But knowing my luck I would probably get stuck in something like Candy Crush Saga.

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Ep12 - Worst. Supercomputer. Ever. Podcast RSSiTunes

Posted August 23, 2013 into Spartacast by John Birmingham

Australia entered the supercomputer arms race last week. And failed.

Then we talked about Star Trek and how the Federation really needed some space marines.

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Blarkon asserts...

Posted August 23, 2013

2001 - so slow that the screensaver comes on before the end.

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Posted August 23, 2013

On 2001: A Space Odyssey

The language they're speaking is a language of subtlety; it's something you don't understand – Lois Griffin

The Australian Supercomputer is called RAIJIN

The Australian National University in Canberra was named after the Japanese god of thunder, lightning and storms. It is believed to be the 27th most powerful computer in the worldaccording to the TOP500 project. The supercomputer was funded as part of Australia's infrastructure-building stimulus package in the wake of the global financial crisis.

Uses for this supercomputer

  • used extensively with atmospheric and ocean modeling, in addition to weather forecasting and r resource management
  • According to ANU's Andy Hogg Raijin will provide a huge performance boostto research into how currents flow in the Southern Ocean
  • Used in the areas of physical sciences, advanced materials, the biosciences, in particular in modelling molecular dynamics
  • one user who works in fuel engineering at the University of New South Wales will use it to model the next-generation of biodiesel fuels; while creating astrophysical simulations and ocean models

Star Trek Enterprise – I too really enjoyed Enterprise

From the excellent site Memory Alpha - The MACO’s Military Assault Command Operations was a United Earth military organization in service on Earth during the 2150s, prior to the founding of the Federation. The MACOs (pronounced "MAY-ko") were not associated with the Starfleet. There have been no references to any separate Earth military after the final MACO appearance in 2161. It seems possible that Earth's entire military structure was absorbed into the UFP Starfleet. However, it is equally as possible that MACOs continued as a separate organization from the Starfleet navy, and that Col. West held a dual commission in both organizations.

The early teleporter was manky…( like it got any better)

And the Star Trek script from Breaking Bad has been animated

Examples of characters who betrayed humanity

Bevely Crusher – Borg

Doctor Who – The Darleks

Battlestar Galactica’s Karl C. (Helo) Agathon disobeys orders and sabotages a key part of the plan in order to prevent the elimination of the Cylon race because he considers such an action to be genocidal, and therefore profoundly immoral.

Great Episode, and the sound quality and editing is getting very swish JB.

John Birmingham has opinions thus...

Posted August 23, 2013

Thanks Michael. I need to bring Greg's volume up a touch and smooth out some of the pops and peaks yet. But it's strangely soothing to edit audio.

Drew puts forth...

Posted August 25, 2013

....it's Dalek.....Maybe Ipswitchians pronounce it Darlek...... ;)

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zeniph mumbles...

Posted August 23, 2013

I loved 2001 and I loved my palm pilot(s)

I still have a semi functional Nintendo Game & Watch that I enjoy showing to my kids and saying "...back in my day this is what cutting edge handheld games looked like - stop your whinging..."

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Posted August 23, 2013

Agree about the DS9 ground forces http://en.memory-alpha.org/wiki/The_Siege_of_AR-558_%28episode%29 - a lot more of this during the Dominion War.

Several characters cooked on Star Trek. There are also people who program replicators. They only reproduce the template they are given.

Birmo was right about Voyager - part of the setup was that they had replicator rations.

Replicators couldn't replicate quantum states. They could replicate weapons though.

Federation had been wiped out in all the alternate timeline episodes in the TNG/DS9/VOY era.

There's a difference between Federation and Starfleet. Federation is the political entity. Starfleet is the government exploration/scientific/military arm.

Any new series is probably going to be animated - I suspect that you'll not see a long running starship based SF show for quite some time.

Another problem is that prior to 9-11 as a culture we thought we had a good handle on what the future looked like. Today we're in more of a situation where we don't have a good feel on what things will look like 20 years from now - let alone 200. Star Trek is a show about a 1950's conception of what 500 years from now is. Because in the 50's people thought they could predict the future. The 2010 conception of what the future looks like is probably more like a Revalation Space novel novel - but the problem is where there was a sort of shared cultural premonition about what the future looked like from the 1950's, there isn't a shared cultural premonition about how the future looks like from today.

Blarkon has opinions thus...

Posted August 23, 2013

(the lack of replicating quantum states was the hand-wavium on why you couldn't do living things. The transporters couldn't store data (except in the episode Relics where they did) - so from a 1950's perspective it was like being able to broadcast TV, but not being able to record it. As it was a fictional technology, there were inherent contradictions in its functionality)

DNABeast would have you know...

Posted August 26, 2013

Were replicators not generally locked from producing weapons?

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w from brisbane swirls their brandy and claims...

Posted August 23, 2013

You seemed to have missed the key point about Australia's supercomputer.
It is the BIGGEST, BADDEST, MOST AWSM computer in whole of the southern hemisphere.

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Blarkon is gonna tell you...

Posted August 23, 2013

If Ron Moore hadn't been so pissed off with the lack of narrative consequence in the Voyager universe, we wouldn't have got rebooted BSG.

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Posted August 24, 2013

The title of "Worst Super Computer Ever" goes to the "Zippy-Brain" - the product of the National Alliance, a white supremacist group in the United States that, in 1989, was obsessed with winning what they thought at the time was a heated race to accurately calculate Pi (don't get excited; there are no pie jokes coming). Cooter Henderson, a Natiional Alliance strategist, theorized that a National Alliance victory over "Jew intelectuals" would demoralize the Zionist movement and lead to an international White Power victory.

It didn't work. The Zippy-Brain was built entirely from off the shelf components. At that time it was not yet possible to build a super computer with parts bought exclusively from Radio Shack.

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Paul_Nicholas_Boylan asserts...

Posted August 25, 2013

The failed super computer referenced above is not in any way connected to or associated with the excellent products manufactured and marketed by Zippy Brain Inc. or ZippyBrain.com. Neither of these fine businesses is, was, has ever been or ever will be connected to or associated with the National Alliance or any neo-Nazi or white supremacy organization, in whole or in part, and were in no way connected to the private development of a failed series of super computers - sometimes referred to as the Zippy-Brain Mark 1, the Zippy-Brain Mark 2, the Fuhrenator, HAL4/20, and/or the Love Doctor - built exclusively with parts purchased from Radio Shack for the purpose of promoting an anti-Semitic political agenda.

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Rob asserts...

Posted August 26, 2013

Enterprise had T'Pol. Best Vulcan ever.

Paul_Nicholas_Boylan would have you know...

Posted August 26, 2013

If you discount Jolene Blalock's nude modeling, her T'Pol is her best work thus far.

Barnesm asserts...

Posted August 26, 2013

LINK, LINK Dammit

Paul_Nicholas_Boylan mumbles...

Posted August 27, 2013

To do so would serve to only objectify her rather than focus on her theatrical acting accomplishments.

Barnesm would have you know...

Posted August 27, 2013

LINK LINK to her theatrical acting acomplishments then.

Paul_Nicholas_Boylan swirls their brandy and claims...

Posted August 27, 2013

Okay. Gimme a bit of time. They are difficult to locate.

Paul_Nicholas_Boylan would have you know...

Posted August 27, 2013

http://images1.wikia.nocookie.net/__cb20090308230215/stargate/images/a/a7/Ishta.jpg (Stargate)

http://www.film.com/wp-content/uploads/2005/08/30604019-30604022-large.jpg (Enterpise)

http://i5.photobucket.com/albums/y165/citiprime/jolene.jpg (Enterprise Alternate Universe)

http://feedlol.com/wp-content/uploads/2012/07/pint-jolene-blalock-trek.jpg (Anne of Green Gables)

Barnesm ducks in to say...

Posted August 28, 2013

Thats a pretty cool list, well done Prof Boylan.

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Rob mumbles...

Posted August 26, 2013
enterprise tried as it started to jump the shark. http://www.agtechonfarm.net/newsnotes/images/2011-03-15/bill/images/nude-naked-jolene-blalock-5714.jpg

Paul_Nicholas_Boylan ducks in to say...

Posted August 27, 2013

Yeah, that was as embarrassing as it was appreciated.

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Rhino is gonna tell you...

Posted August 28, 2013

Did that guy just sing "Habits as dirty as a nun in a pigpen"?

Hmmmmm ... gotta' use that.

John Birmingham is gonna tell you...

Posted August 28, 2013

Yes.

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And the festival of podcasting continues

Posted August 19, 2013 into Spartacast by John Birmingham

... with Smart Enough to Know Better, Episode 55, wherein our brainiac heroes grapple with road trips, Stephen Fry and why the entire premise of Jurassic Park is wrong because mosquitos.

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Spartacast Ep11 - The Dessicated Corpses of Mars Podcast RSSiTunes

Posted August 18, 2013 into Spartacast by John Birmingham

Y'all will have noticed how quiet it's been round these parts. This is about half of why. I've taken over the editing and production of the podcast from Dan who labored new economy style - long hours, no pay - for too long.

Now the long hours are mine, and they're long enough to chew up pretty much every discretionary minute of my week. Hence the lack of blogging.

There's also the issue of a few books coming due soon.

I'll speed up over time, and there's been a lot of family and extracurricular work stuff on my to do list as well, but for now I'm concentrating my efforts on getting Spartacast right.

This week we discussed the legend of Elon Musk, his mission to Mars, and our favorite superpowers.

Our pretend sponsor was Pulp Fiction bookshoppe in Brisbane, and I dips me lid to the Hilltop Hoods for not seeming to care about us using their music.

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Blarkon asserts...

Posted August 18, 2013

The future of safe driving is ringtones?

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Blarkon would have you know...

Posted August 18, 2013

I suspect that if I had a car which had an engine sound dictated by ringtone, it would be difficult to choose between the sound of the Tardis (so that every time I turned up in the drive way you'd hear that noise) or a Tie Fighter (I thought about the Millenium Falcon, but that doesn't have as distinct an engine noise)

John Birmingham has opinions thus...

Posted August 18, 2013

I'm still going for Ride of the Valkerie

TheWah has opinions thus...

Posted August 18, 2013

The TARDIS wheeze? Oh, yes!

Sudragon swirls their brandy and claims...

Posted August 19, 2013

You'd only get that if you left the handbrake on.

Dave W has opinions thus...

Posted August 19, 2013

The official bogan ring-tone- the VB ad. Imagine that as a battered VN ute pulls up next to you at the lights.

Blarkon swirls their brandy and claims...

Posted August 19, 2013

While River's comment about the Hand Brake was funny - other Tardis in Dr Who (notably the Master's Tardis in the 3rd Doctors tenure - made the SAME NOISE)

TheWah mumbles...

Posted August 19, 2013

Yeah.. I always thought it was just River playing on the fact she could pretend she knew (or maybe she DID know) more about the TARDIS than The Doctor as she was meeting him from her experienced future in his less experienced past. Make a plausible-ish sounding comment off-handedly and let the poor old Doctor wonder about it forever.

Sneaky River Song... that's why I really, really like her. The only companion that could truly keep the Doctor on his toes.

Blarkon would have you know...

Posted August 19, 2013

Romana frowns at you.

TheWah mumbles...

Posted August 19, 2013

Romana was smarter than the Doctor, it's true. However River comes from the Doctor's future. There is no way he could know what she knows. The simple act of saying "Spoilers" would drive him wild. She was a mystery.

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Barnesm would have you know...

Posted August 18, 2013

The applications for MARS ONE are dependent where you apply

"Applicants pay a different registration rate, depending on their country of residence. The amount of money an applicant pays for a registration fee is at least 5 dollar (for people who reside in Afghanistan, Burindi, Burundi? Central African Republic, Congo, Eritrea, Liberia, Madagascar, Malawi, Niger, Somalia, Togo, Tokelau and Zimbabwe), and is maximized at 73 dollar (for people who reside in Qatar)".

Escape speed (not escape velocity since the necessary speed is a scalar quantity which is independent of direction assuming a non-rotating planet and ignoring atmospheric friction) for earth is 11.2km/s.

Crack's After hours team cover what is the best superpower and indeed agreed with JB's proposal as they decided that "Parker Louise can't Lose" TV series had a character that could stop time was the best power. For my special power I want what superpower Tony Stark has.

Shazam was magic, and whenever he transformed by saying SHAZAM a bot of magical energy was released as covered in the comic series Kingdom Come, so powerful that he could damage Superman. When Billy Batson transformed into Shazam he gained 'the wisdom of Solomon'.

Remember "Knowing is half the battle".

DNABeast ducks in to say...

Posted August 22, 2013

You're thinking of Zak from 'Saved by the Bell' I think.

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TheWah asserts...

Posted August 19, 2013

Captain Marvel is now officially called Shazam, but it used to be the magic word he uttered to get his super powers. I guess they decided to call him Shazam because he is a DC Comics character and calling him Captain Marvel might be a teensy buit confusing.

SHAZAM is an acronym of his power set

S - Wisdom of Solomon (Cutting babies in half.. FOR JUSTICE!)

H - Strength of Hercules (And he can clean your stables in a flash!)

A - Stamina of Atlas (You need stamina to use an atlas... I'd rather use Google Earth)

Z - Power of Zeus (Which doesn't seem to involve transforming into geese and bulls and shagging chicks)

A - Courage of Achilles (Sorry Achilles, you're a second class A in this SHAZAM)

M = Speed of Mercury (I'd rather have the chart topping power of Freddy Mercury)

I'm pretty sure this information filled the part of my brain that used to contain the knowledge of what my mother's face looked like...

Barnesm mutters...

Posted August 19, 2013

Power of Zeus - or the ability to turn into a Shower of Gold, or golden showers if you want to describe it that way. That's a transformation I'd like to see explained on a Saturday morning live action children's show.

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Sudragon would have you know...

Posted August 19, 2013

Can we vote people ONTO the mars show?

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Rhino ducks in to say...

Posted August 20, 2013

SF to LA ... on I-5: 381 miles or 5.5 hours drive. On a good day.

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Rhino swirls their brandy and claims...

Posted August 20, 2013

Funny ... I really do know a guy. A couple of them, actually. LOL

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Posted August 20, 2013

Who was the chickee doing the end credits?

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Posted August 20, 2013

Hahaha. My 13yo daughter.

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Ep10 - Ryan Gosling's Fist Fest Podcast RSSiTunes

Posted August 12, 2013 into Spartacast by John Birmingham

Episode 10 of Spartacast is available for your listening pleasure. This is the first ep I've mostly edited, with adult supervision by Dan, so it will be a bit wobbly here and there. Like right at the fucking start, say. And all the way thru. My fault, not his. He's put an enormous amount of work into the technical side of the poddy and deserves a tip o' the propellor beanie.

We had a special guest Spartan this week, GirlGlumsy to discuss the screenwriting text book which has destroyed Hollywood, while Greg got up early to watch the Dr Who announcement.

The mighty mighty Hoods take us in and out. Buy their shit here.

This week's sponsor is the Theatresports Grand Championships, which you can check out Tuesday night at the Brisbane Powerhouse.

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Blarkon would have you know...

Posted August 12, 2013

Given GC's presence on a number of the podcast (and references to her in most of them) - hasn't she earned "Permanant Spartan" status?

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Blarkon reckons...

Posted August 12, 2013

StealthBirmo .... very stealthy after mentioned on podcast.

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Posted August 12, 2013

GC is more a Special Projects Spartan.

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Posted August 12, 2013

Sort of like a Lady Penelope to your Scott, Virgil, and Jeff Tracy?

John Birmingham swirls their brandy and claims...

Posted August 12, 2013

Very much so.

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Rhino puts forth...

Posted August 13, 2013

This episode should've been titled "vegemite flavored chip on the Aussie shoulder" Spartacast.

For the record, "Muricans don't have accents.

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Posted August 13, 2013
What a steaming pile of pachyderm poo. You 'Muricans have so many accents you can't understand each other. Only a matter of time before movies made in Boston need subtitles in N'Orlens.

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Posted August 13, 2013

I'm a bit busy to listen to a podcast at the mo, what's the name of the book so I can google it?

w from brisbane would have you know...

Posted August 13, 2013

"Save the Cat! The Last Book on Screenwriting You’ll Ever Need"
by Blake Snyder,

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Posted August 13, 2013
Completely OT: there was something in The Age recently which I thought interstate people might enjoy:

http://www.theage.com.au/entertainment/books/bookmarks-20130802-2r49f.html

2nd article:

"Raymond Chandler was one of the great writers of the 20th century and in July 1958, to mark the publication of what turned out to be his final novel, Play-back, BBC producer George MacBeth, better known in his own right as a fine poet, got him together for a conversation with Ian Fleming. Chandler was seven months away from death and this conversation is said to be the only surviving recording of his voice. The chat is fascinating as the two writers touch on the heroes they created – Philip Marlowe and James Bond, respectively – and other aspects of their writing lives."

w from brisbane reckons...

Posted August 13, 2013

I think DNABeast, as an audio editor, would despair of trying to edit out all the smoking implement wheezing that backgrounds the chat.
Parts of it are very dry British comedy, as they try an hide their emphesemic chuckling.

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Barnesm ducks in to say...

Posted August 13, 2013

I was up waiting for the Dr Who announcement, I was following the Guardian's Stuart Heritage live blogging.

"The BBC is unveiling the new Doctor in the only way it knows – by building the whole thing up into a slightly unnecessary dollop of live light entertainment programming filmed in front of a studio audience. Think of it as A Song For Whorope. Or The Whoice. Or The X Doctor. That’s enough puns now. This is serious, for crying out loud. This is Doctor Who". It was great stuff.

And big thumbs up to Girl Clumsy who is always does comedy with Style and is the only one of the Spartacastians who actually goes and looks up something during the discussion.

Indeed Moon was awesome.

Blarkon mumbles...

Posted August 13, 2013

The key to a successful podcast is mansplaining. If you're actually checking if you're right, you're giving your audience a lot less of a chance to provide feedback.

Barnesm would have you know...

Posted August 14, 2013

So its a feature not a bug.

Barnesm ducks in to say...

Posted August 14, 2013

So its a feature not a bug.

DNABeast asserts...

Posted August 15, 2013

^ I love that this posted twice.

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Ep9 - Kneel for the King Podcast RSSiTunes

Posted August 2, 2013 into Spartacast by John Birmingham

Now with less wine slurping!

Decided to switch to whisky sippin' instead. Props to Dan for all the editing work he's been doing on these bad boys. He came around to the Bunny Mansion on Monday to show me how Spartacast gets from a messy raw recording to the highly polished, comedy gold you have before you today.

I thought it'd take about two hours. Took five.

This week we discussed, by accident, how Cracked.com came to win the internet and poor old mad Magazine didn't. There was also much chewing of the scenry, character arcs, silliness etc of Under the Dome and we were going to talk about cars but were sidetracked by my failure to get a driver's license until the age of 40.

Maybe we'll do cars next week.

Our sponsor this week was the glorious meat sausage from Rayner's old fashioned butchery in New Farm and I dips me lid to the Hilltoptop Hoods who take us in and out. Both tracks are from The Hard Road. You can buy their shit here.

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Murphy would have you know...

Posted August 2, 2013

Was it Bangar's homebrewed mash or something store bought like Bulleit?

Respects,

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Bangar swirls their brandy and claims...

Posted August 3, 2013

Just tried the Honey Borboun, need to cut the alcohol level but very nice.

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Barnesm reckons...

Posted August 2, 2013

It sounds like you have a lot to say about King's body of work Birmo. Perhaps if we choose his new zombie novel Cell for book club to give you an opportunity to expand on some of your comments in the podcast. I am keen to find out which you consider his darker novels.

and Greg Blandify is totally a word.

Yes the hispter dyke (Smantha Mathis) is Princess Peach from the ill-fated 1993 Super Mario Brothers Movie. (She was also in the movie adaptation of the Ayn Rand novel Atlas Shrugged but we don't want to think about that - Shudder).

Also smart kid works out the circumference of the dome but doesn't then measure where the centre of the dome is and check it out, immediately!!!!

also in terms of bubbles closing off a town can I recommend the YA six novel series by Michael Grant beginning with the 2008 novel GONE

Great series.

Everything you like about the idea of the dome - add to this removing everyone over 15 years of age (and what happens to people who turn 15years while inside the dome is one whole book), but wait that is not all. SOME, not all, some of the kids inside develop unique mutant abilities; one can generate light with his hands up to and including lazer beams, another can use telekinesis, one can heal, one can teleport, another is a super speeder and lots of others but not for all maybe a fifth of the kids. But that's not all -There is a malevolent alien intelligence that has found itself enclosed inside the dome. .

In this series the outside would comes up with the obvious solution of a giant TV screen to allow them to type messages that can be read from inside the dome.

Another brilliant podcast what can I do other than trying to get more people to listen to it to make sure you keep making them.

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John Birmingham swirls their brandy and claims...

Posted August 2, 2013

It was an Irish whiskey, Murph. Black Bushmills.

And thank you, Mister Barnes. Share the love.

Murphy would have you know...

Posted August 4, 2013

Ooooh, very nice.

Properly impressed, I am.

Respects,

Murph

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Posted August 4, 2013

Ooooh, very nice.

Properly impressed, I am.

Respects,

Murph

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Rob puts forth...

Posted August 2, 2013

Cracked.com is the best thing since ...um... msn maybe? Since I do bugger all at work at the moment, cracked is the only thing keeping me sane. I would totally support their advertisers but there doesn't seem to be many adverts on it.

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Blarkon puts forth...

Posted August 2, 2013

All this Sausage talk. No Frellman?

That road trip would have been even moar awesome if Boylan and Havock had gone with you.

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Posted August 2, 2013

Oh and Hah - I did listen to this podcast on a Surface RT.

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