Entries by Atnevon

Podcast Episode 7: Squiggly Letters… and Legal Systems

Sanctuary and I have a little bit of a disagreement on Indiana’s new policy on cursive handwriting. We have a few heated responses to the idea of tuition help for illegal immigrants, and the Casey Anthony trial brings us to a few interesting thoughts on the whole ordeal in our 7th episode of the new […]

Podcast Episode 4: Parents

Our ode to Parents, and to all the things wrong with kids these days (yes, we feel old now) is up for download. Episode 4: Parents We’ll be back next week at our usually scheduled time slot of 4pm Eastern (8pm UTC) for those that want to join us live. We look forward to seeing […]

Podcast Episode 3: Too Much Technology

**Update: We will be recording our next podcast a little earlier than usual due to some scheduling issues. Tune in at noon eastern (4pm UTC) on Sunday to catch us live for episode 4.** In our third episode, we do our best to explore the bounds of technology and whether or not all of us […]

Podcast Episode 2: Civil Discussion

Our second episode in our new podcast series is up and available for download. We had a fun little talk about, well, talking to eachother, and how we can all try to have debates without everything resulting in a screaming match. Episode 2: Civil Discussion While you’re listening, be sure to head over to Star’s poll for […]

Podcast Episode 1: This is Only a Test

Episode 1 of our new Podcast series is now up and online for everyone to listen to. We’ve also posted the Pre-show for those that want to hear a little bit of what happened before we started the official broadcast… and we have a special ringtone in the mix as well, per the request of […]

Darker Days Tomorrow Interview

Born to the world in 2005 from former members of Emergence, Darker Days Tomorrow has managed to create a sound for themselves that is very hard to rival. They made their way onto our playlist very recently, and it has been a pleasure having them there since. It is because of the devotion they have […]