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.
Sanctuary was swimming in a sea of fake boobs, Internet commenters say some pretty horrible things about women, Executions in Florida won’t be bound purely by IQ any more, TrueCrypt dies a sudden death, Edward Snowden gives a long interview to NBC, Measles is at a 20 year high thanks to the anti-vaccine movement, Two Transgender stories bring us to some questions, and Illinois joins the list of states that allow same-sex marriages.
There’s a Pirate Bay Bundle full of free games, Sanctuary reviews Goat Simulator, People are still using Windows XP and need to stop if at all possible, America doesn’t read anymore, Wil Wheaton inspires us all, Brendan Eich steps down and brings on Sanctuary’s massive rage, and One court reporter earns both our respect and our loathing for doing what we all wish we could at our jobs.
Prophet Manasseh makes a pre-show guest appearance to bring Sanctuary some divine laughter, The Wu-Tang Clan wants to turn albums into paintings, Mozilla’s choice of CEO comes into question, Atnevon might have been wrong about E-Cigarettes, and Sharknado 2 is coming to make Kidcha’s day.
Julie Ann Horvath lets us know that sexism and harassment are still alive and well in the workplace, Australia says that anti-vaccine groups are not charities, Fred Phelps is dead and we aren’t sad to see him go, Gay marriage is temporarily legal in Michigan, Microsoft reminds us that emails often times aren’t private, and Kidcha brings us her exclusive on fan fiction.
Arizona regains some sanity with the veto of SB 1062, Mt. Gox goes bye bye, Google’s hiring practices earn praise and send Atnevon on a rant against unnecessary degrees, Tor helps Sanctuary plot in secret, Lawrence Lessig has a copyright win, LoudCity bows out, and Sarah Jones deserves to be remembered at the Oscars.
Arizona lawmakers have a serious problem with perspectives, Pussy Riot gets whipped for getting right back on the horse, You can’t blame the Church of Satan for the Barbours, and Colorado takes in a lot of green.
We talk at length about how the coming shutdown of LoudCity will impact Second Shifters and our future, Nancy Pelosi shows us all how not to answer tough questions, and A new theory about Janet Jackson’s wardrobe malfunction.
A fake Halloween story gets called out; Orson Scott Card turns out to be a bit of a douche; Math wizards fool themselves more easily; Two states take some big steps against abortion; There are some interesting theories about why mythical witches ride brooms, and Sanctuary might break into your Wi-Fi.
Joking turns serious with the signs of the Illuminati in Miley Cyrus videos, Sanctuary gives us an article that unearths zombie origins, Spoiling Breaking Bad will get you disowned, People are now growing spare body parts on their arms and foreheads, Chris Christie steps in the way of gay marriage in New Jersey, Pink Floyd’s drummer changes his mind on streaming, and Atnevon has some good news about Night Rider.