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A human boy named Finn and his best friend Jake, a magical, talking dog, set out on their adventures in the magical Land of Ooo.
Seriously that description covers it and is completely accurate but there is no mention of the words “everything is batshit crazy” so I don't know it actually is thorough enough.
Despite not being the target demographic Lee and Dan review the pilot episode of the cult phenomenon that is Adventure Time.
We'd also love to know what your thoughts on breakfasts are and do you agree with Lee's stand against over-complicated trendy morning food?
Episode 124: Oxleas Woodlands . Join on us on a trip to South London’s highest point, the newly re-opened Severndroog Castle, a folly on top of Shooter’s Hill. We tramped through various woods to get there, including Oxleas, Castle and Jack, and finished our walk in Avery Hill Park.
Alan shares his Mattrick moment with Kinect EA Sports Active and the team make some industry predictions before talking about the recent Yogventures drama.
00:17 – Welcome to Episode 29-C/Redux
01:53 – That's it. Jamie's going to rehab
06:41 – Gods Will Be Watching is hard as shit
10:39 – Ben talks about the death of The WildStar Diaries
12:45 – Alan shares his experience with Kinect EA Sports Active: Mattrick Edition
24:00 – Al runs through his current PS4 playlist and shares the horrors of Wolfenstein
27:12 – It's time to take stock of what great games are coming out this year
32:30 – Nostradumbarse makes a prediction for the future of games
34:55 – MMO revenue figures are out and it's time for a wee quiz
43:10 – And now for this weeks eStenders drama, it's the Yogventures cock up
56:00 – And now for something completely different, Dramatic Comment Readings
64:50 – It's Games Media Awards time and we'd like your help!
69:26 – Alan Vs The SNES is coming back in a new format because Al's lazy as balls
73:15 – And so ends the longest sign off in the history of StickTwiddlers Podcast
- Gods Will Be Watching Hands-On Preview: Stockholm Syndrome
- Games Media Awards 2014: StickTwiddlers Podcast
- Alan Vs The SNES
- Top 10 Subscription Based MMOs 2013 report
- Winterkewl Games Yogventures budget breakdown
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The OCD thievery continues with Dan recycling 700 bottles in Fallout: New Vegas. Matt is blown away with BF4's Dragon Teeth DLC and Ant has solved the case in The Wolf Among Us. Dan and Matt embark on an adventure of corridor rhapsody.
Music this week from FF8 and The Doors
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We finally do an episode about the 20th Century Boys trilogy of live action films. And inevitably this means we discuss the manga too. So if you are afraid of ~SPOILERS~ be aware that we eventually spoil the hell out of both. We do let you know in the episode when we are about to, so switch off at that point, as we aren't kidding around.
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CaminoWays.com staff members get asked quite regularly about their favourite Camino de Santiago spots or places along the way. With this in mind, we are starting a new series of blog posts by each member of the team, where we share one particular place on the Camino that is special to us. To start the series we have Roland Monsegu, CaminoWays.com director. His chosen Camino spot is Le Puy en Velay.
My name is Roland, I am the director of CaminoWays.com. Welcome to our blog.
I am going to talk to you about Le Puy-en-Velay, a small town situated in the middle France, close to Lyon and nestled in the mountains of the Massif Central. The town is the starting point of Le Puy Way, le chemin du Puy.
The town has a large medieval centre and is focused on the cult of the Virgin Mary.
The town is situated in a large volcano caldera, and you can see the two magma columns standing at 70 metres over the town. On the top of one of them stands the cathedral and a massive statue of the Virgin Mary. On the other magma cone, a small church dedicated to St Michael. It is an incredible sight.
The historic centre is really buzzy with locals, pilgrims and tourist from all over the world. Le Puy en Velay is the most important departure point of the Camino de Santiago in France after St Jean Pied de Port (starting point of the French Way) in the Pyrenees.
You will love Le Puy en Velay: by wandering the cobbled streets of the town, going for coffee at the terraces of the many cafes, and haggle at the bi-weekly market.
For me, Le Puy en Velay is the French equivalent of Santiago de Compostela.
*When is it a good time to go? every year, the third weekend in September, the town hosts its Roi de l'Oiseau (King Bird) festival, a colourful ‘period' festival taking Le Puy en Velay back to its glorious 16th century past. Re-enactment of life in Le Puy in the 1500s is combined with craft exhibitions, music, markets and many other activities.
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Shelved Lives Podcast is a podcast about stories. This week we bring the heat, we bring the thunder, and we bring the stories about Ben's hell-dimension with PR Balrog.
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In this week's sports psychology podcast, mental game of sports expert, Dr. Patrick Cohn, answers a question from a sports parent whose athlete will have a lead and then loses the lead because he or she starts sitting on the lead or starts playing safe.
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A worm that can't get drunk. Plus a piglet in ankle warmers, soft bodied invertibrates and the Duck of Justice. Also, Brian sits on arse putty and Georgina buys some pants.
This week the chaps decide to withdraw from the public eye, opting not to don the Kevlar and record in central Middlesbrough. Instead they return to where it all began - The Jones Studios - to bicker over the microphone like an old married couple. First up, Jones dislikes Her and Taylorson tolerates The Pit, aka Jug-Face. Then theres this week's cinema pick - twee, aimless, musical bilge Begin Again. And from the vault, bringing with it the ghosts of 500 Days of Summer, comes Rachel Getting Married. So, have an army of bohemian musicians round for the weekend, wee in a pot, crash the car and use a suprise pregnancy to win an arguement before DOWNLOADING THE JT MOVIE PODCAST, EPISODE 58, NOW!
“JMS is awesome!” he said.
“I've heard it's a really awesome twist on the Marvel Universe!” he said.
The boys take a look at Bullet Points, the Marvel miniseries with the slightly-more-complicated-than-it-should-be high concept of: “What would happen if Captain America never existed and for some reason Ben Parker was also killed”.
This is a little inside info for you as to how your two co-hosts met, became friends and started one of the most mediocre podcasts in history. Normal service resumes next week.
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