It’s a new week and that means it’s a brand new podcast episode! Let the dulcet tones of Matt and Robert wash over your earholes as they talk about a whole bunch of stuff in their patented, nonsensical format. Relax, o traveler of the interwebs, as you a regaled with stories about non discrete vigilantes, underpaid knights, and the seedy underbelly of Asian pop music. Will it ever make sense? Probably not, but that’s how it goes when you hitch a ride on the Useless Drivel Podcast!
A while back, when we recorded Episode 44, we discussed the things we were addicted too at the time, and they were all totally awesome. However, it got us thinking about some of the not-so-great geek addictions of days gone by, and we realized that we better get these skeletons out of the closet… you know, before they reanimate and attempt to kill us. Join us this week as we discuss some of our past obsessions that have either blown out bank accounts, crushed our social lives, or just flat out sucked. So lock up your bank accounts, put away the credit cards, and for the love of the gods, be with the friends you’re with, as you listen to a brand new episode of Monkey in the Cage!
Gaming as a hobby and the experiences it brings can swing from one end of the spectrum to the other. Be it tabletop RPGs, online gaming, or a good old-fashioned roundabout with a board game, there are always inherent pros and cons when it comes to living the gamer lifestyle (or life in general). We here at To-Ag Studios have been fortunate to have maintained a core gaming group, but what’s a solitary gamer to do when a local group isn’t available? Join us this week as we discuss the process of gaming with strangers and offer our insights on how both enjoy the positive experiences as well as survive the not so positive ones. So, pop those social anxiety pills, make sure your PING is decent, and definitely DON’T smell like cold-cuts and prepare yourself for a new episode of Monkey in the Cage.
Benjamin Franklin once said that the only things certain in life are death and taxes. If that’s the case, then Gary Gygax’s response must have been “I thought it was criticals and fumbles?” Time marches on. Nations rise and fall. All we are is dust in the wind… but who cares! Join us this week as we discuss the reasons we believe gaming to be the true fountain of youth. From tabletop to video games, nothing does better at keeping us young at heart like a good session of gaming. Sit back in your easy chair, adjust those trifocals, and give Ponce de León the old two finger salute as you get ready to get young with a whole new episode of Monkey in the Cage!