Crave 68: We're all out of bubblegum (podcast)

Today's topics include Rowdy Roddy Piper, tiny printers, giant Keepons, LSD, and astrophysicist Neil deGrasse Tyson. If that's not enough to get you to watch, I don't think there's anything more we can do.

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The future may not be bright, but it will require shades if you want to be able to view your computer monitor and avoid a fight with Rowdy Roddy Piper. Little Printer puts the Internet back onto paper, while invoked computing concepts put the Internet inside a pizza box. Eric and Donald meet up with the Keepon Pro, and Neil deGrasse Tyson predicts the end of the West Coast.

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Episode 68

Monitor hack hides your private computing parts

Little Printer chews your feeds into a bite-size newspaper

New concept turns pizza boxes, bananas into computers

Keepon Pro video

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Hi guys, and Bonnie,

My job has kept me on the "dark side of the moon" the last few weeks, but now it's episode catchup time. First, welcome Bonnie Cha, we have been awaiting your arrival, you may regret your decision to join crave. Second, guys why is there a girl in our tree clubhouse? YAAAAA, we got a girl in the treehouse. Don't tell mom! Ok, it's time someone told the Japanese to "cut it out!" We know they will invent Skynet and what comes after that but really...men prego-sympathy suits...YUCK! Dancing little creatures to help autistic kids...ok that is cool. Giant Cat heads on schoolgirls...the jokes write themselves. Next thing you know there are tentacles and probing, and that never end in the fun you thought it would be. But I draw the line at bears waking me from my sleep...and what is the deal with the "extra" appendage you have to hold? That's why that table will need so much cleaning. Just tell a guy he gets to hold in his hand something warm, soft, and furry for a night and there won't be enough kleenex to eradicate the implications. Finally, in episode 66 Eric mentioned a girl he knew that had a tattoo of flames on her inner thigh, and that it was cool...just one word of caution; any woman with flames, skull and cross bones, or a creature with its mouth open tattooed on or about her "nether region" is not trying to be cool, she is issuing a warning. Proceed at your own risk! But it will make a great story should you survive...which is questionable...but what a way to go!!! Great show guys, I'm glad to be back and find you still at the top of your game.

p.s. is it me or was the bear trying to force the guy into some compromising position against his will...is that the penalty for snoring these days?

Earl (from Texas)

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Donald Bell has spent more than five years as a CNET senior editor, reviewing everything from MP3 players to the first three generations of the Apple iPad. He currently devotes his time to producing How To content for CNET, as well as weekly episodes of CNET's Top 5 video series.

 

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