Wikipedia editors take down meticulously researched and cited article about the 17th century Dutch-Indian war known as the “Bicholim Conflict” after discovering it never actually happened. French ISP Free updates its DSL modems with an ad blocker that’s enabled by default. Sony Releases Major Album Solely To Extend Copyright Protection. Politician holds a gun buy-back program to enhance his collection. Inception: a tool for compromising the slumber of computers with full-disk encryption. Google adds ‘free for print subscriber’ option to Play Store magazines. Father Hires In-Game “Hitmen” To Deter Son From Playing. All that, plus this week’s “Oh Asia, You So Crazy!”
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Babies think a robot is human as long as it acts friendly. Japan’s latest rockstar is a 3D hologram. Marvel comics get Tron Legact varian covers. Spain holds the first National Siesta Championship. Hong Kong McDonald’s begins offering wedding packages. We discuss the myth of the 12 year old McDonald’s hamburger. Google Street View cars collected emails and passwords. A japanese engineer built a kick ass robot to kill wasps in his lab. China now has crab vending machines that vend LIVE crabs. Warner Brothers wants an Inception sequel.
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Chuck and Adrian went to see Inception right before recording so they talk about that for a while. They talk about the John Stamos extortion scandal that occurred in Michigan. Charlie Sheen likes hookers. All this and more!
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