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Podcast Episode 97: Respecting Mammaries and Movie Theaters

Anil Dash pisses off moviegoers everywhere, Kids apparently can’t use computers, YouTube cover bands start getting sued, Drawing people to a sign with water out of thin air, Sanctuary cheers for Anonymous again, and Boob Jam leaves Atnevon stumbling for words.

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Podcast Episode 96: Dagnabbit

Atnevon explains the origins of his name, Sanctuary isn’t allowed to curse, Women apparently can’t be engineers, Yale decides rape isn’t a big deal, A 4 year old is starved to death, and Former employers are good at holding grudges.

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Podcast Episode 95: Ghostly Games and Ghastly Profits

Some great posts from our forums, Ouya game developers aren’t raking in great profits, Neil Gaiman has a new game coming out in December, Some kids renew our faith in the human race, and Sanctuary updates our music section.

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Podcast Episode 94: Let Me Taste Your Tears Atnevon

Sanctuary basks in the tears of Atnevon after Second Shifters is declared a Vampire Diaries Fansite, Apple gets sued for allowing a man to view porn, Propaganda makes its way to U.S. citizens, Atnevon roots for Satanists, and Free content might start disappearing from the internet.

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Podcast Episode 93: It’s Good to be Wrong

New posts on the site, Atnevon has a disturbing response on Facebook, Science shows no link between gay men and pedophiles, Justin Carter makes bail, and George Zimmerman is found not guilty.

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Podcast Episode 92: Let’s Pray For Better Parents

Canada’s attack on our right to free speech, Parents in Wisconsin try to heal their daughter with prayer, and Double Fine might put a dent in the future of crowd funding.

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Podcast Episode 91: A Thousand Laws of Love

Sanctuary owes Atnevon a mystery dollar, Hate mail may be coming our way over some thoughts expressed about the legalities of love, and will Ouya bring about the end of days or a new revolution in independent gaming?

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Podcast Episode 90: It’s Alive!

We unveil our new site, Netflix renews Hemlock Grove despite Sanctuary’s opinion of the show, and Edward Snowden strikes again in our lineup.

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