Entries by Atnevon

Podcast Episode 118: PINs, Pronouns, and PCs

Our credit cards might be getting a little more secure, Undead Minion mourns the coming death of Windows XP, The music industry never fails to disappoint us, Facebook has new options for pushing Sanctuary’s buttons, Barbie isn’t sorry, and Belgium earns Atnevon’s salute.

Sanctuary is Infected

Unfortunately, we won’t be having a podcast this weekend due to the sickness that Sanctuary has come down with.  With Justin Bieber’s potential deportation to Canada pending, it begs the question – Is she suffering from Bieber Fever?  Or maybe it’s Football Fever?  Cast your votes in the comments…

Podcast Episode 115: Now All News is Gossip

Sanctuary wants to tag the world in wireless trackers, People should stop being jerks to each other, Net Neutrality isn’t dead yet, Winamp’s corpse is still twitching, Atnevon can’t imagine a worse Hell than a never ending episode of Sliders, Men tell us again what women should do with their bodies, Tabloids are taking over, […]

Podcast Episode 114: Winter Can Go To Hell

The economics of legalized marijuana, Free speech still doesn’t cover lying, Michigan is home to Hell, Atnevon is possessed and can’t stop ranting about irresponsible media coverage, You might soon friend your way to better finances, and Will Disney start slaughtering Ewoks?

Podcast Episode 113: Wise Investments

Where to draw the line with shaming suspected drunk drivers, Phil Robertson and the Duck Dynasty fiasco, Revisiting the McDonald’s coffee case, 52 weeks is all it takes to make Sanctuary lose her mind, Bold predictions that aren’t, Kevin Smith finds a critic, Not all girls need bows in video games, and Atnevon finds some […]

Podcast Episode 111: You Can’t Win With Radiation

The limits of social networking, A woman claims to have been stopped at the border for depression, Why people make the decisions that they do when they are poor, Stealing a truck with cobalt-60 in it is a bad idea, We mourn Nelson Mandela’s passing, Bad reporting only leads to bad assumptions, and Sanctuary tells […]