Wednesday, 5 June 2013

What About Cynics Podcast #8 - Grumpy Cat Gets A Movie and The Red Wedding

Well here it is, our randomly weekly podcast yet again delivered to your door just out of time. But let's not dwell on when it got here, but what instead it brings with it.

As usual it's all the regular subjects that have come along this week, we chat about the latest Game of Thrones episode (spoilers obviously) as well as the hilarious amount of anger thrown at it. As well as this there's some stuff to complain about with Peter Molyneux and the lovable, fat and jolly creative Tim Schafer even makes an appearance.

We also chat about the anger of soccer mums at the gender swapping kids cartoon from the Hub, Shezow. And if questions are your kind of thing then don't worry cause we answer some of those as well. 

As usual if you enjoy this, and the same goes if you ever enjoy anything on the internet or in life, make sure you let it know that you like it it by telling it that you like it (like it) and become its bitch and ask for it to harass you and bring more content (subscribe).

12 comments:

  1. You are a poet with your words

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    1. Are we talking lonely clouds or cats in hats?

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    2. I'm thinking more like Wordsworth in a bloodlust

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    3. That'd be Edgar Alan Poe then....

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  2. The other night as I lay sleeping
    The shadows of the cynics creeping
    Creeping to my prison door
    The first said, "We are poets cursed
    Because we cannot rymme or verse
    Could we, after all, be worse?"
    Quoth the raven, "never more!"

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  3. I wandered lonely as a cloud
    Because I have no mates
    When all at once I saw a crowd
    Of cynics bent on hate
    They said, "Are you anonymous
    Because we're sick of those?"
    I said, "Yes", they shot me dead,
    And now I am a ghost.
    They shot me dead
    And now I am a ghost.

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    1. My word, those were quite impressive. Thank you. I have them both saved. I'll consider them the first piece of Cynic fanart.

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    2. I'm deeply honoured.

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  4. In your review youmention a "fall in Simon's input" and how he is more of a mascot. Please do not underestimate Simon's value (have you seen the views on the Ice and Fire podcast?).
    He has a very quiet voice but always says something worth listening to.

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    1. Haha, any Simon mocking I do is light hearted and purely motivational. I agree, Simon pretty much rocks at analysis, I suppose I should accept quality over quantity, but is it a crime to want both?

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    2. 4 of the top 6 articles of the month don't write themselves. That said, I am little more than a wreck after my fellow cynics' remorseless verbal assault and I would be calling a lawyer right now to sue them for harassment if my hands weren't trembling with fear.

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    3. Aaron strikes me as a bit of a tyrant. Please give us more of your wisdom!

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