Jason dives into the sharing economy with bizarre results. Brian has never had sex on acid. Sony is still hosed. The Newsroom gets weird. Jason can’t find a cuddle buddy. Brian finds the best website on the Internet. Ever!

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This week we’re watching the 1985 film Vision Quest starring Matthew Modine, Linda Fiorentino and Ronny Cox. The movie was Directed by Harold Becker who is probably best known for the 1989 movie Sea of Love.

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The true purpose of Twitter has been discovered and it’s unsurprisingly about poo. San Francisco moves to Silicon Beach. Bring on man-poo beach. Security is off the hook. A bunch of new podcasts to check out. And Jason finally gives up on the FitBit.

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Still full from Thanksgiving the guys cover topics such as the new Star Wars trailer, deleting becoming obsolete, the death of ethics in journalism, the lack of transparency in Spotfy, Kickstarter pivoting to a storefront and more. Pass the leftovers…

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In the strangest episode to date, Jason buries the tin-foil hat & Brian takes up the mantle of Grumpy Prime. Uber Incompetence is on the rise. WTF was Mattel thinking? Podcasting renaissance is balderdash. No sparks actually fly over Amanda f’in Palmer.
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This week we’re watching the 1984 blockbuster ‘Beverly Hills Cop’ starring Eddie Murphy, Judge Reinhold, John Ashton. Directed by Martin Brest.

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Tara “Tiger” Brown joins us to talk about her new project and super fun stuff. No, she is NOT the no talent ass clown of which this episode is named. You get one guess who that is. But humanity did land on a comet! And Brian still reads vampire novels.

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Ep 83: The Grump Awakens

Grumpy Old Geeks —  November 7, 2014 — 1 Comment

This is a very long episode where we cover a metric-ton of epic stuff. That said I’m extremely late for an appointment so just listen to it ok? Thanks!

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Your hosts Jason DeFillippo & MXV discuss the 1981 film ‘Halloween II’ Directed by Rick Rosenthal. Written by John Carpenter and Debra Hill. Starring Donald Pleasence and Jamie Lee Curtis.

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Brian hammers home some more bad news about the sharing economy and Uber. Many people are in search of the elusive Ubercorn. Why is hash-tagging done so poorly. Anonymity online is a fools errand. More books, podcasts, and even an app!

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Fur flies in this action packed episode where two people, without actual fur, go fisticuffs over the future of social networks. Astute business advice from a chronically broke dude. The ‘Horribleification’ of the Internet. And the music biz is still dead.

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DIHL 27: Halloween

Grumpy Old Geeks —  October 23, 2014 — Leave a comment

Your hosts Jason DeFillippo & MXV discuss the 1978 film ‘Halloween’ Directed by John Carpenter. Written by John Carpenter and Debra Hill. Starring Donald Pleasence, Jamie Lee Curtis, Nancy Kyes, P.J. Soles and Tony Moran.

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