Spoony Bard Podcast: Episode 68: Night Time Neptunia

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I started off calling this episode 67, it is 68.  I am sorry.  I just had just left work and looked it up during my lunch break.  I am sorry.

If I told you that this pod went off the tracks moments after it started I would be lying to you.  I think the problem is that when we don’t record for lengths of time we just have crazy ideas of things that we should tell the world.  Everything from the worst porn experiences that we could think about to… well pretty much anything that wasn’t edgy mascot games, which was the topic.  I think we can all agree that I hate mascot games and Stark.  I have since watched the third EVA movie, 3.33, and I still stand by saying that I would rather have been home then hanging out with him recording–even though it was kind of a confusing train wreck of a movie.

So Stark’s birthday is coming up on the 17th.  We are going to be doing a live event at his apartment where we drink way too much and play video games.  It came up that if anyone wanted to donate they could.  I will be putting in a donation link at the bottom if you want to buy him booze.  We will drink it on the stream, with a webcam on us.  You are allowed to tell us what to buy if you donate, or pretty much if you leave a comment.  Please keep in mind that we will try to buy it, but if we can’t find it please tell us what shelf too buy off instead (basement bottom shelf, for example, or Top Tier Awesome).




[powerpress]

UK Bill Wants ISP’s To Filter Internet Porn

The UK parliament, also known by the very epic sounding name of “The House of Lords”, has presented a bill known as the “online safety bill”.  This bill would demand that ISP’s and mobile broadband services offer services filter pornography from the internet.  The bill also expects the makers of any device that connects to the internet modify the devices to filter porn right at the time of purchase.

Critics of the bill think that these measures will only give parents a false sense of security, and find the bill to be unnecessary.  This is yet another example of government not understanding technology, since any measure to filter adult content on the internet could never possibly catch all of it, since this content is constantly created and distributed.  Should this bill pass, adolescent British children will have to discover porn the old-fashioned way, by raiding Daddy’s magazine stash of “Naughty Bums Illustrated.”

Source: pcpro.co.uk