Daniel returns to the show in time for the Halloween episode, to join Steven and Paul discussing things far scarier than ghouls, spooks and specters.
Senhor Testiculo may be the mascot of nightmares, mothers from hell rip scrotums and sell their kids virginity, “high homosexual demons”, being a dick to the children and will the Supreme Court Justices have to say “I <3 Boobies”?
Our “Bad Joke Of The Week” caller also returns to bring his own brand of Halloween fun.
Links to all stories mentioned in this episode of can be found on the Nothing Serious Podcast site.
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Screen Junkies finally give Thor the honest movie trailer he deserved.
Before the release of Thor: The Dark World, see where it all began in Thor…’s obligatory movie
While I agree that these are things that most geeks would never say, I’m not so sure that it’s stuff that nerds would never say.
There’s a difference between geeks and nerds that most folks on the outside don’t appear to be aware of. Perhaps this wikihow article on “ways to tell the difference between nerds and geeks” might be of value to the videos creators.
Check out this awesome blooper reel from the original Star Wars movie (Episode IV – A New Hope) that premiered in 1977.
While the first minute of this blooper reel is silent, it’s awesome to see some of the goofs an mishaps that happened onset during the filming of this science fiction classic (an understatement).
Absent from any of the DVD or Blu-ray releases, this video is an excerpt from the book “The Making of Star Wars (Enhanced Edition) ” by J.W Rinzler.
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As a Nexus 7 and iPad owner, I have to admit that one of the things (well two really) I find somewhat disappointing or lackluster about my tablets is the lack of true multitasking (sure you can switch between multiple apps, but it’s not the same as having two apps open on screen at once) and the lack of native stylus support.
I know many of you are going to shout at me and say “who needs a stylus, just use your finger”, or , “just get one of those stylus pens that act like your finger”, but quite often I find myself needing more accuracy than finger jabbing touch screens offer. Sometimes I need to be pixel perfect, especially if I’m drafting graphics, or even if I just want to sign my name on a PDF before shooting it off. Trust me, when you’ve got fat old sausage fingers like me you very quickly find yourself wanting more accuracy.
The Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1 2014 Edition may well be the tablet that solves all of my problems (your milage may vary). With proper multitasking, stylus and touch support it may well be my next tablet purchase. Check out the video above and let me know what you think of the Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1 2014 Edition.
To learn more about the new Note 10.1 and the features that make it The Next Big Thing, check out the Samsung Mobile USA Facebook page.