World Tyranny 2013

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World Tyranny 2013
Number 160
Broadcast Date January 8, 2013
Episode Length 1:27:30
Hosts Brian Brushwood, Justin Robert Young

In this episode, Brian and Justin show you all of the hottest gadgets from CES and then they take a look at the intellectually stimulating debate between Piers Morgan and Alex Jones.

Contents

Opening Video

The Day I Met Dave

Hard-Hitting CES Coverage

All sorts of things are being announced over at the CES and Brian and Justin are here to show you all of the great products that probably won't ever be released. Steve McTilloturlerl even stopped by to tell us about the new "Megadisc".

To see all of the totally real and definitely not Adobeshopped product photos, click here.

Squarespace

This week, both Justin and Penny created Squarespace websites. If you want to maybe think about helping pandas, you should go to Panda-Save.com. Or if you want to listen to Justin's dumb face, you should go to JuryTalks.com.

Go to Squarespace.com for a 14-day free trial and use the offer code "NSFW1" to get 10% off your first order.

Qualcom's CES Keynote

Wow. Qualcom had a doozy of a presentation. Just watch it. Link.

Piers Morgan vs. Alex Jones

So after the Sandy Hook shooting, cable news "Mechagodzilla", Piers Morgan has come out very strong in favor of gun control. In response, radio news "Godzilla", Alex Jones created one of those useless White House petitions to deport Piers Morgan. Well the night before this episode of NSFW, Godzilla and Mechagodzilla fought to the death on "Piers Morgan Tonight". Brian and Justin broke down the "interview" a few seconds at a time. During the aftershow, Brian and Justin went through the 2nd half of the interview.

Watch the interview in all its ridiculous glory here.

Belt Winner

Nobody!

Great Quotes

  • Justin: "On the Lenovo... WHAT? HOW BIG? 27? Jesus!"
  • Alex Jones, Brian and Justin: "MURDER PILLS!"

Fun Facts

Adobeshops

View The Gallery

YouTube

Episode

Aftershow

Links & Downloads


Preceded by:
"TWiTays"
World Tyranny 2013
Followed by:
"Nutspace"