David and Crom talk many fine words into microphones about the pain of Moving your home (especially out of the province), how online ordering is both quantum leaps ahead and byzantine ancient magic, and the insanity that is signing legal documents in the Age of Covid and Facial Recognition.
Curtis and David said to hell with the plan and ignored their show notes. We get back into the Golf VR talk, check in on the wildlife running around Calgary, diss on Rockstar Games a bit, talk turkey about the Unreal Engine, we are scared of Moose and jacked-up Cats, and then we leave it all on a depressing note.
David and Curtis get talking the real words about Calgary’s golf courses opening up, antler murder, WiFi improvements, the drama around AR vs. VR and the subsequent products, and there’s a lot of talk about Air Frying stuff.
David and Crom get the mics hot, talking about the Golf Wars happening between Alberta and Edmonton, the treatment of remote employees and the weirdest list of potential living destinations you’ll find this side of the equator.
We’re back a day later (and a year) to start season two of STLB. We’re collected our thoughts over the past few days (around 367 of them) to come back to a shaken and stirred world. Tuning in from dual studio setups, we’re catching up while remaining far far away from each other on this very special edition where we forget how to run this show and talk about hoarding behaviors. We have so much yet to discuss.
Crom and David get on the business, hacking through the dense foliage of baseball statistics they hardly understand in order to know why someone deserves to be paid more than NASA to play a game, how renewing your driver’s license is as difficult as faking your own death, double cougar attack on a young boy and the superhuman WWE style mom employs, and how close Amazon is to their transformation into a cartoon terrorist organization.
Curtis and David hit it good on the mics this week. Talking a lot of smack – much of it nonsense – about the utility of bike helmets; we trawl through Calgary’s greatest and longest running mysteries; painful technical meltdowns with your favorite game console; Curtis’ adventure in cannabis enthusiasts creating their own wedding experience and more.
One gang could rule this city… one gang. CAN YOU DIG IT?
Curtis and David bring back our first guest back to the mic for another round of jabbering! Megan Maclean graces us again to talk about the mechanics of drugs and the personal revelations one can have with or without them; that our phones are listening to us and selling us fancy toilets; how bullshit normal broadcast TV really is; and how many things in your house can you plug into a router?