The Nyrdcast Podcast Episode 12: Mr. Roboto

Welcome to another episode, this time with some recording issues; please forgive the robotic voices at times.

Toner give the explanation of what happened to Cripple Jay. We also give a correct to Episode 10 from one of our listeners. Joe gives some random Cardinal notes from a recent game.

The talk turns to music. Most of the crew recently watched the Nirvana documentary Montage of Heck and talk about Kurt Cobain. The conversation then moves to whether bands of the ’90s will continue to maintain success and why that music is better than stuff that comes out today. The discussion ends with Joe breaking down the Deftones/Incubus concert he recent watched.

The top jumps to the Bridgeton Landfill (aerial photo) and the potential issues it poses.

Keeping the conversation loose on serious topics, the gang moves to Jared Fogle, the creepiness of tinted glasses, and the Anonymous/Ashley Madison hacks.

This week’s Joe Rants include semi-colon tattoos, drunk Snapchats, and Apple Watches.

We finish up talking about the first time seeing something that makes you sweat (aka boobs) movie reviews (The House I Live In, American Sniper, All This Mayhem, and the preview of Tiptoes), and talk on different sports commentators

The unofficial beer sponsor is Schlafly; we drank their Kolsch.

From the podcast…
The Macklemore hair style mentioned by Joe:

The video of the panda sneezing:

Quentin Tarantino is bad at talking to black people:

Tiptoes preview:

The music is provided by the Chris Weaver Band; the track is titled “Blue Soul and Rock and Roll,” which has a clip in the opening and the full track at the end of the episode. You can find them their website, Facebook, Twitter, and YouTube.

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