Podcast: Dead Shwood, Live Hitler

Posted by on January 31st, 2011

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Brian is bent on forcing your digital remains to dance for eternity as the gang descend into a very curious cave. Justin travels back in time and attempts to hoodwink George Carlin into coming along for mad cap silliness. Andrew sets the trio on a course with a dreaded Nazi who prowls the coasts of Florida.

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Robert A. Heinlein “Tunnel in the Sky”


Dune (2000) Sci-Fi Channel miniseries



Orson Scott Card “Ender’s Game”



Alan Moore, Dave Gibbons “Watchmen”

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5 Responses to “Podcast: Dead Shwood, Live Hitler”

  1. Dereckc1 Says:

    What? A Podcast on Monday? Sweet!

  2. Mhamblen Says:

    Scott Cards new book (The Lost Gate) is better than Enders Game. Card had a very minor stroke new years day 2011

  3. EbonNebula Says:

    I think Afterlyfe.me is going to be pretty cool, if only for the sheer novelty of it. After all, novelty is the lifeblood of the internet. The IBM Watson sorta shows that it’s totally plausible to have some sorta AI that can broadly grasp at a persons interests in the near future.

    Also, I had heard about the Georgia Guidestones before, but never heard the actual inscriptions. Best idea on it: “Unite humanity with a living new language.” Because we all know humanity has never been so petty that we start wars over which one, singular, set of ideas overrides all others.

    Edit: lol, didn’t realize that would link to afterlyfe, but I think I’ll just leave it.

  4. Anonymous Says:

    In the podcast you mentioned the shark outside the MacDonalds in Queensland but I have heard of something creepier. I can’t find the source but I recently heard of how some of the very old houses in Queensland having been built on stilts because of storms like this in the past and so some people found themselves dry but stranded in these buildings. Sounds kind of cozy if you have plenty of food and water right? Now picture being stuck in one of these houses with MASSIVE and agressive poisonous snakes banging their heads and bodies against the windows, floor boards and walls trying to get in. And it might take animal control some time to reach you given the situation – if your cell phone works. Apparently this has actually been happening.

    Think I would start praying to the ghost of Steve Erwin at that point.

  5. Mymatedave10 Says:

    Hi guys, I was wondering when the next episode might be out? Are you guys going back to once a month? I really appreciate all the research that goes into the show and the difficulty of making sure all your schedules match up. Really looking forward to it. Cheers.