This week, our bold heroes daringly discuss Reforms to the Department of Justice & Publishing and Research in the Information Age.
Ben Carson, Court Justice Antonin Scalia, Donald Trump, First Ade then Paul, giveaway, Information Age, Jeb Bush, Jeremy Corbyn, labour, podcast, Publishing, Pushing Ice Cream In Dallas, Research, richard nixon, splatterpunk, Supreme Court, US Election 2016
This week, our bold heroes daringly discuss Banana Costumes & Fusion Power.
Chris Christie, Donald Trump, First Ade then Paul, Fusion Power, Jeb Bush, John Kasich, liberal democrats, Marco Rubio, New Hampshire Primary, podcast, Rand Paul, Rochdale, Simon Danczuk, Tim Farron, uk election, US Election 2016
For those curious about the video mentioned by Paul regarding Magic Leap and the space fudge, here it is:
Trying to get the best audio quality possible takes some experimenting. Here is Paul speaking into a sock.
Paul Hayes trying to prevent audio pops.
So long Rand! So long Rick! Barely had the podcast been recorded when it was rendered out of date. Both Rand Paul and Rick Santorum have bowed out of the race for the White House, allowing their meagre support to flow to other more likely candidates. As a parting shot at Ted Cruz and Donald Trump, Rick Santorum heaped praise on Marco Rubio (our podcasts predicted next president). No such indication from Rand as to where he’d like his voters to swing, but perhaps that’s because there really isn’t anyone else in the race quite like him…
This week’s edition should benefit from much improved audio quality. Enjoy!
This week, our bold heroes daringly discuss The Iowa Caucus & Magic Leap.
Bernie Sanders, Donald Trump, election, First Ade then Paul, Iowa Caucus, Jeb Bush, Jeremy Corbyn, Magic Leap, Marco Rubio, paul hayes, podcast, Ted Cruz, US Election 2016
It’s been slowly boiling away and now the first serving of our new podcast is available. Each week Paul Hayes and myself will bring you gossip and scaremongering from the world of politics and tech.
First Ade then Paul – Satire for Solipsists
Episode #001 Snitch in the Machine: Our daring heroes boldly discuss the Psychoactive Substances Bill & security flaws in the Internet of Things
Crispin Blunt, drugs, First Ade then Paul, Hacking, Internet of Things, Jeremy Corbyn, Leslie Neilson, paul hayes, podcast, Politics, Poppers, Psychoactive Substances Bill, Security, Snitch in the Machine