Purple bunnies abound in the U.S. capitol, HP decides it’s done with making computers, and Sanctuary refuses to get an iPad for her mom.
We talk more on the jobs crisis, the London riots stir some thoughts on what we should and shouldn’t do with the internet when these things happen, and things get really interesting when we talk about banning gay blood donations. Oh, and did we mention that the end of this episode is not safe for work?
Our never ending topic list, Sanctuary flies into another rage over the elimination of cursive writing from Hawaii schools, and we take a grim look at the future of the workplace.
The results of attempting a complaint-free week, our topic list from hell, and Sanctuary hates… just about everybody, in the 10th episode of our podcast series.
Should Sikhs be able to wear sheaths? Drugs are bad… mmmkay. And, why can’t Sanctuary complain for a week?
Lemonade stand shutdowns, our take on the Westboro Baptist Church, and a few other things I can’t remember because Google isn’t handy. Enjoy
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 series. Take a listen and let us know what you think.
We had a nice discussion about the great red state of Canada… er… I mean health care on Sunday. Take a listen 🙂
Our ode to Parents, and to all the things wrong with kids these days (yes, we feel old now) is up for download.
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 you then.
**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 are just a little too addicted to it, especially as a form of communication. Take a listen and let us know where you stand.
As an aside, it seems oddly appropriate that The Oatmeal posted this today: