Follow-up on eSports comments from the previous episode; Iron Fist Season 2 teaser drops; fashion mogul says Viagra was the worst mistake for women in the last 15 years; going to the extreme for body art by removing parts of…your body; and Jenny can’t tell the different between technology and the supernatural.
eSports is coming to Georgia High Schools; Donovan gets personal about raising kids against “social norms”.
Donovan announces ending WGR’s run.
Elon apologizes; there be diamonds there! A man walks to work and gets a car from the company’s CEO; teen dies from peanut allergy after eating the wrong cookie; now’s the time to get back into playing World of Warcraft.
WeWork bans meat at all of their locations and for their employees; the science is in — we’re all getting dumber; period parties; the #InMyFeelings Challenge points back to what science just stated — we’re all getting dumber; professors are told to stop using “as you know” – it might hurt some feelings; Donovan’s epiphany about Trump.
Blockbuster is one store away from being gone, gone, gone; Warner Bros. is cracking down on Harry Potter festivals; more Elon Musk news; more John Schnatter (Papa John’s) news.
The full gang is back with Shae even in studio this time around to talk about a study that finds if you own an iPhone or iPad, then you’re rich, some California malls may be sharing their license plate tracking data with ICE (inadvertently), wearing a tie could be dangerous to your health, Amazon may be releasing a toy catalog for the coming holidays and a story that brought up the discussion of how we should be prepared and prepare others for handling our “digital identifies” after we pass beyond the rim (i.e. our digital legacy).
A shorter episode where Donovan has a flow of consciousness about the world, etc.
The story of a Subway customer, who claims to be vegan, ordered mayo on her sandwich; a Muslim inmate sues because he was denied lunch during Ramadan; get your student debt paid off by competing in a new televised game show; and a prison bans the Game of Thrones books because they contained “contraband”.
Sam and Donovan hold down the fort while Shae is away. Topics of discussion: Brave browser repeals and replaces ads, Facebook Groups testing a subscription feature (NO FACEBOOK ISN’T GOING TO A PAID SERVICE!), the world’s smallest “computer”, a win-win for privacy from the Supreme Court concerning your cellphone location data, YouTube adds a subscription model (hmmm…this sounds familiar) and a Gartner prediction that Microsoft will eventually make businesses opt for Office 365 (a subscription) instead of buying a one-time license.
Sam also talks about the ending of We Have Concerns podcast.