It’s Friday, y’all, well for most of us. Be thankful (or regretful) that an episode got produced this week, seeing as poor Robert is stuck in IT workplace hell, but he manned up and we’ve got ourselves a show! Join your hosts Matt and Robert this week as they discuss all manner of things and stuff! From questionable food fests and board games, to protecting beers and boxing movies, this one is short, sweet, and too the point. Strap in and hold onto your butts, because it’s about to get uncomfortable around here on a brand new episode of Useless Drivel – A Podcast Without a Point!
Kickstarter is like a drug, only the first hit is definitely not free. Sure, it might be cheap, but before you know it, you’re hooked! Want this new game sometime next year? Sure! Want to see this long defunct publication get reprinted? Hell yes! How about this shiny new thingamajig that – INSERT MODERATELY FAMOUS NICHE PERSONALITY HERE – is involved in, even though their work hasn’t been on your radar in 15 years? OH F*CK YEAH! Join Robert and Matt as they talk about the things in their lives that don’t really matter as well as their opinions of the current state of Kickstarter on a brand new episode of Useless Drivel, the Podcast Without a Point!
Are you exhausted? Because we sure are! 2012 turned out be a geek’s best friend and it didn’t matter what your nerdgasm of choice was, either! Be it movies, gaming, television, comics, or whatever else, 2012 surely did deliver… and there are absolutely no signs that 2013 is going to do any less. Hell, it’s probably going to do more! Join us this week as we gather around the mics and discuss what “got our geek” the most in the past year. Prioritize your superheroes, stock up on convention passes, and be sure to try out a bit of the meatloaf as you settle in for a brand new episode of Monkey in the Cage!
2013 is only about a week old, so I feel it’s still young enough in the year to reflect on my personal top five gaming moments of the year past. 2012 was surely filled with plenty of gaming – from board games and video games to RPGs and podcasts – so I thought I should give a nod to those out there that made last year one of (if not THE) best years in gaming I’ve had. The following are in no particular order.