Spencer Kobren and Joe Tillman discuss the danger of doctors not disclosing all relevant information about who they are connected with. Star from Toronto calls to update us on his upcoming FUT procedure. Vick from DC calls to check in and tell us about his renewed interest in body building.
Today, the boys watched "Left Behind" starring Nic Cage. It was amazingly terrible and the gents let you know about it. This episode is plagued with problems and is far more interesting than anything that happens in the movie, "Left Behind." #Fact.
KC brings us episode 22 with his biblical pick, Darren Aronofsky’s 2014 Noah. You know the story already: a man has a vision of a great flood sent from God to wipe the Earth clean, and he is to build an ark to protect the innocent (read as: animals). Super exciting stuff, right? Right? I mean Russel Crowe is in it and it’s directed by the Pi/Black Swan/Requiem guy so it’s gotta be good…right? Listen in and see how the boys weigh in, there are some surprising views on this one. Leave us a comment/suggestion for a pick right here or over on Twitter @flixbookclub. Next week swings back Stephen’s way with his pick Confessions of a Dangerous Mind.
Paul addresses rumors that Microsoft has confirmed the last version of Windows to be Windows 10. How did such a rumor get started and is it true? Verizon snatches up AOL for $4.4 billion. What motive does Verizon have for wanting AOL?
How do you push meaningful metadata to 34 FM and HD transmitter sites across a large state radio network? Gathering data input from statewide news bureaus, web sites, and live programs? Then add in EAS data for each coverage area? Steve Johnston joins us to talk about how Wisconsin Public Radio is doing all this and more.
This week on Mat Men Josh Coleman joins Andrew Zarian. We are also joined by Pro Wrestling Ring announcer Larry Legend.