At the Buzzer (07/18/13)


Episode 103: Summer Stupidity – The guys talk about leaving kids and dogs inside hot cars, comment on the usefulness of a 27th letter of the alphabet, then discuss summer tropes in Buzzsaw. Also, Chris reveals the new live show, Dave tells people to mind their own business, and Shaun goes after the scum of the earth: slip ‘n’ slides.

Headlines

Secondary Segment — Buzzsaw

  • Cooking things on the grill well done
  • Peeing in the pool
  • Buying water toys

Credits

Music:

  • “Main Theme (Rhythm Thief)” by Tomoya Ohtani
  • “Main Theme (Valkyria Chronicles)” by Hitoshi Sakimoto
  • “With Mila’s Divine Protection” by Noriyuki Iwadare
  • “Arkham City Main Theme” by Nick Arundel
  • “Night at the Octodrag” by Thee Jaguar Sharks

Production Assistance: Tony Robinson, Executive Producer

Announcer: Molly Robinson

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8 responses to “At the Buzzer (07/18/13)

    • Yeah, I thought about bringing up that video as well, but then I forgot about it before we changed headlines. But “an hour” is waaaaay too long for anyone to be in that situation in summer.

      • I personally think that anyone willing to leave a living being in a car, that is not accustomed to said environment, should be willing to submit themselves to this test:

        You are equipped with a device that delivers voltage to your body. This voltage will increase with time as long as some specific other person is not within close proximity to you. You cannot communicate with this person. This person leaves. You don’t know if they’re coming back. The device is capable of reaching lethal levels.

        Do NOT leave your animals in your car. I don’t care if it is only a little bit. Please note the part of the above video where the vet says that a dog CANNOT PERSPIRATE.

  1. Yeah, I got rid my caps lock key a long, long time ago. It isn’t so much that I hate the function (which I never need) as much as its place on the keyboard. I’d rather all of the annoying ‘lock’ keys be placed together in one easily avoidable spot.

    And if you were curious, my Capslock key actually launches my Launchy, which I how I open up a lot of different shortcuts, do a lot of internet searches, and also look for files on my computer.

    IT IS AWESOME.

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