Whelp, we went from one of the series most uplifting episodes, to easily one of the saddest. The Game of Thrones podcast crew returns to discuss, "The Door."
Winter is finally here. On the podcast this week, we discuss the Game of Thrones Season 7 finale, "The Dragon and the Wolf."
The GOP primaries begin to heat-up, along with President Obama’s misinformed and mistaken healthcare mandate to religious organizations.
Part 2 of 3: The discussion picks up where it left off, with the historic Battle of Stalingrad - the bloodiest battle of the entire war and a turning point in the conflict - perhaps the "beginning of the end" for Hitler's Germany.
This week I’m joined by listener favorite, Patrick…as we tackle everything from the Apple Vs. Samsung verdict, my time at Star Wars Celebration VI and the Republican National Convention.
Rick Perry enters the Presidential race, further diluting a weak GOP field. I weigh his chances and explain the difference between a "primary candidate" and an "electable general election candidate."
Part 1 of 3: Discussion of the Eastern Front during WWII. This includes Operation Barbarossa, Hitler breaking the Non-Aggression Pact with Stalin and many interesting historical tid-bits relating to the invasion of the Soviet Union.
With the tragic passing of Apple icon, Steve Jobs, I am joined by guest host Patrick as we delve into Jobs’ legacy and his influence over the computer industry, pop-culture, technology and the world.
This week on the podcast, Dana Sciandra reviews the new Kindle Fire by Amazon.
This week’s discussion includes reports of GOP front-runner, Herman Cain, wanting to deliver his “meatlover’s pizza” to a couple of former female employees.
On this episode of the Stimulated Boredom podcast, we discuss and review Star Wars: The Force Awakens! We talk about our impressions of the film, and engage in rampant speculation.
Part 3 of 3 of my series on the Eastern Front during WWII. In this discussion, I pick up where we left off at the Battle of Stalingrad, the Russian expulsion of the Nazis from their country and the Soviet march into Berlin as the war comes to a close.
This week I am joined by Vanessa Gabriel from Girls-Gone-Geek.com as we tackle everything from DC Comics, superhero movies, Community, Felicia Day and my (unhealthy) love of Batman; to politics, ObamaCare, the 24-hour news cycle and just about anything in between!
The State of the Union address, awkward drinks of water and a review of Dave Grohl’s, “Sound City.”
The first Presidential Debate has come and gone, and it’s time for a little ‘post-game’ wrap-up relating to the candidates’ performance, whether there will be any change in the polls and some fact-checking.