KOBA is back in the US of A after 5 years and he has a lot of things to talk about including the ridiculous idea of people in the USA being against Obamacare and a few other pieces of wisdom. Plus Mark brings up the difference between saying the word "Socialism" like a catch phrase (which is a go to for all conservatives) and true "SOCIALISM" and what it means and really is....guess what....we are NO WHERE CLOSE to Stalin and socialism in this country. And KOBA lived it! So tune in to learn a little something about your neighbor that always says certain things they find on Google and really don't understand the meaning.
Also, Mark decides to take it to Burger King and teach everyone about his new favorite TV show on HBO called VICE. Vice is a documentary style investigative show where the journalist come from famed underground street magazine called VICE. Vice has always been on the cutting edge of journalism but this new show breaks down that attempted veil and really shows you how strong the staff is and how far they will go to get the story. A great thing to learn about.
Finally a little background on the Halloween party the guys went to and eventually a discussion of how dumb it might be for EA Sports to drop Tiger Woods as an endorser of their famed golf game. All this and so, so, so much more. Its time for the Q!
(Also, OVERTIME is now included in the main download for after the show is done. This way you get one smooth download and all the goodness!)
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With Great Power, does come responsibility that some people are just not willing to take up. Such is a case with a nurse in California who lets a patient die because company policy and red tape (read as CONTRACTS) do not allow them to perform such task. Mark and Justing start the show off with a BANG discussing the rights and wrongs of this horrible situation. But then, COMIC CON is coming to St. Louis and The Q was incredibly excited to grab Jerry Milani to discuss some of the finer aspects of comic conventions and what to expect from the St. Louis one coming March 22-24th.
We also welcome Robb Davis to talk a little sports, but are overcome to find out how interested he was in discussing the death of William Moody (aka Paul Bearer) from the WWE. When we forgot to mention it in the sports segment, Robb goes out of his way to call back in and have us report on the famed wrestling managers career. Which, of course, leads to a discussion about favorite moments in Wrestling and everything else.
Plus don't forget that there is a little extra content in the OVERTIME, exclusive to the web show!