The Geekbox: Episode 264

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The Geekbox — Episode 264 (2014-03-26)
Wherein we discuss accents, the geography of New York, Nvidia’s $3000 video card, gaming on Android, Facebook and the Oculus Rift, the future of virtual reality, Green Arrow vs. the Suicide Squad, Almost Human, Kraftwerk, all kinds of anime, Crunchyroll, our favorite horror movies, and Ryan’s impending Disneyland adventure. Starring Ryan Scott, Adam Fitch, Justin Haywald, and Ryan Higgins, with special guest Evan Minto.
Running Time: 1h 13m 2s
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One Response to “ “The Geekbox: Episode 264”

  1. Brad says:

    Look, I know these guys on the podcast probably have no time for consulting these comments. And yet I am moved to write this knowing it is a statement made in an empty room. Adam Fitch is vibration based pain. I enjoy the hell out of this podcast, but god damn if I don’t sudden when he chokes the life out of a fun, goodnatured, lively conversation with this incessant need to discuss pronunciation, geography, and the pervasive instinct to posit his intimate knowledge of a subject. Listening to him passively insult guests and hosts alike with repeated “I already know” and “You should watch/read/listen to -” is a testament to man’s intellectual and social failings. His only saving grace is listening to the others on the episodes chuckle knowingly to one another when this fool launches into a sermon.

    I’ve said what I felt driven to say, forgive me my transgressions.

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