This week your hosts outline the Evo 2017 entry numbers and speculate about what it means for their various communities. Hunter fires off some quick news, and Chase ruminates on his 20s.
This week Chase catches the gang up on the videogames he’s played in 2017, Hunter asks when is it okay to take a statue down, and Max needs to work on his pronunciation.
Your hosts sit down to discuss the greatest things of all time, and then try to understand the mind of Google.
This week Hunter takes us into the strange world of perpetual motion machines and Max asks the guys to identify outlandish trivia.
This week your hosts react to Arc System Works’ new fighting game Dragonball Fighters Z, breakdown a manifesto for space state Asgardia, and then talk about Dragonball Z some more, naturally.
This week your hosts check in on the largest tech companies, Apple, Google, and Tesla, to see what innovations they’re bringing in 2017. The episode finishes with Metal or Magic. Beer Review– Guns & Oil Lager.
An Amazon programmer puts $50k in the stock market and lets Twitch chat decide how to spend it, Uber’s leadership in transition, and our thoughts on the implications of AI and Automation. This week’s beer is the Three Legged Lab from Karbach Brewing Co.
On this week’s show your hosts check in on the current financial trends of cryptocurrency and contemplate the Overwatch League’s exorbitant franchise fees. Oh, and we’ve got our best fart stories in there while we’re at it. The beer is the Bel Air Sour from Brooklyn Brewery.
The Witcher is getting its own Netflix TV series and your hosts want to know what other videogames could make a similar move. Also, Hunter brings up a lively discussion about 3D printed guns. This week’s beer is the Hopston TXIPA from 8th Wonder Brewery.
This week your hosts discuss Ed’s move set in Street Fighter V, Snapchat’s public earnings, and advances in the Hyperloop. This week’s beer is the Adobe Igloo from Santa Fe Brewing Company