December 16th, 2020 | 37 mins 19 secs
aliens, amazon, apple, conspiracy, controllers, games, government, halo, nukes, steam, war
Apple has expensive headphones, Amazon has a judgy wearable, and Brian has a controller that won’t work with his Mac. In the paranormal segment, the duo tries to determine if aliens are working with world governments to prevent nuclear war.
June 13th, 2018 | 1 hr 1 min
ai, aliens, apple, artificial intelligence, artwork, bigelow, conspiracy, government, ios, mac, macos, memes, motivation, nsa, posters, secrets, stargates, wormholes, wwdc, youtube
This week, Brian and Angelo take a closer look at Apple’s recent WWDC announcements, how memes don’t make money anymore, Norman the psychopathic AI, the Boring Company Not-A-Flamethrower, and burnt out YouTubers. Then in the paranormal segment, they take a closer look at weird things the government has seriously considered, including wormholes and stargates, as well as a surprising diagram hidden deep in the documents. Oh yeah, new artwork too!
June 6th, 2018 | 51 mins 1 sec
advertising, ai, alexa, amazon, apple, bitcoin, dna, dogma, essential, facial recognition, government, infinity war, math, movies, nessie, octopus, routers, wwdc
This week, Brian and Angelo discuss Amazon's Rekognition project, Alexa recording your every word, how you need to reboot your router, the demise of the Essential phone, Bitcoin ruins everything, and how the math men have overtaken the mad men when it comes to advertising. Shifting over to the paranormal, after Angelo talks about seeing Infinity War, your hosts skew the discussion towards cryptids. Namely, the non-alien octopus, the Loch Ness Monster and her DNA, and finally, the Dogman.
March 21st, 2018 | 1 hr 17 mins
alexa, apple, drones, google, government, macbook, memes, montauk, science, secrets, time travel
Memes. So many memes. Brian and Angelo have a look at what memes are, how they’ve changed, and how people used them. They reach memeception, and Alexa laughs at them when they get there. In the paranormal segment, things go off the rails real quick as they look into the Montauk Project and the colourful personalities involved.