Project Greenlight comes back, Sharing gets de-valued, Killing your children was easier with a murder bottle, We try to make lemonade out of the moon’s newly discovered shape, and We all agree that you shouldn’t poke other people’s meat in public.
To help Atnevon better prepare for his upcoming world takeover, we have to call off this week’s podcast. We’ll be back next week though, and we’re sure to be sharing how the progress is going.
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Sanctuary is still mad at Facebook even though they did the right thing this time, The Pope commits to holding Bishops accountable for their part in allowing sexual abuse to go unpunished, Chicago sees way too much gang violence in one weekend, HIV’s cure remains sadly elusive, Amazon taunts other countries with Kindle Unlimited, There is evidence that the gay community is just as healthy as the rest of us, and Atnevon will soon be influencing the minds of our youth.
Some very good news may be coming soon, but in order to make it happen, we’re going to need to call off today’s podcast. More details will be coming. We promise to make it up to you.
Your Facebook immortality is brought into question, Some people make odd choices for a spouse, There may be some holes in the idea of replacing prison with ankle bracelets, Hobby Lobby gets its way at the Supreme Court, Animals have feelings too, Music sales aren’t looking too good lately, and Seeming releases a few new tracks.
We’ve been keeping an eye on Seeming since they rose up from the ashes of ThouShaltNot, and we’re happy to report that they have just released a new EP that features ‘Silent Disco’. Along with the new track is a cover of Tori Amos’ ‘Precious Things’ and an extended mix for ‘The Burial’.
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The Mafia is excommunicated, Pesticides and Autism might be linked, XKCD fails to teach Sanctuary the art of Zen, Ann Coulter incites the internet mob, Abortion clinics are no longer allowed buffer zones, Facebook is messing with our heads, Cell phone searches require warrants, Loyalty is no longer a virtue, The Canadians were captured, Aereo has been stabbed by the Supreme Court, and Atnevon finds a new toy to torture Sanctuary with.
Stopping for ducks in the highway leads to two deaths, The bionic pancreas might soon be saving some diabetics, Oyster comes to Android, Rumors about YouTube Music make independent artists angry, An Illinois university offers sports scholarships for video game players, Female NPCs tend to be offensive, Steam wants to eat your money this week, and Jericho gives Sanctuary the chills.
Comcast takes to the air after winning the ground, Netflix does a good job at pointing fingers, Tom Wheeler surprises us in a good way, Canadians escape from prison with a helicopter, Slenderman tries to take Satan’s place, Girls can’t be assassins anymore, and Cygnus shows us how to hack ATMs.
Even more trouble may be on the way for music licensing, John Oliver has a creative outlet for Internet trolls, Pixar gives us the opportunity to bring many nightmares to life, 12-year-old girls stab their friend in the name of Slenderman, Cat people are smarter than dog people, The NRA gives us all a moment of hope before dashing away all aspects of sanity, Local events turn Atnevon into a bit of a pessimist, Gary marriage is legal in Wisconsin, and the media pays attention to all the wrong things in a car accident.