Another Friday has rolled around and lo and behold, another podcast awaits for your listening. It’s the gift that keeps on giving, because the guys just love to make everyone around them as miserable as they are. Join your hosts Matt and Robert as they talk serious business like adulting, parenting, video games, and America’s National Pastime: hating stuff. Prepare yourself, because it’s only going to hurt a little, because it’s a brand new episode of Useless Drivel – A Podcast Without a Point!
Alright Dregs and Vex. We’re gonna keep this short, sweet, and to the point. Ignore the negative reviews. Cast out the naysayers. Level judgemental gazes upon anyone who disagrees the following statement:
GO. BUY. DESTINY.
Get some friends, make new friends, shoot some stuff, and have a kick-ass time… oh, and listen to this week’s episode of Useless Drivel – A Podcast Without a Point!
Each and (almost) every week, Matt and Robert get together behind the mics, and talk nonsensically and sometimes nasally about all manner of things that our meager following of listeners already know about. That being said, it’s time for a brand new episode! Sure, we don’t fact-check, have wild speculations, and more often than not are just dead wrong, but none of that matters. What matters is you, the listener, and your dedicated masochistic ways! So sit right down and plug right in for a brand new episode of Useless Drivel – A Podcast Without a Point!
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.
As we creep closer to the end of the year and soon find ourselves in the holiday rush, I look back at 2012 and realize just how busy I’ve been. Between the podcast, the website, being a new homeowner, working full-time, and wrangling a host of personal issues since January, I’m shocked at the fact that not only has there been time to squeeze gaming into the mix, but this has been perhaps the most gaming-heavy year I can remember! From tabletop RPGs to video and board games, 2012 has been a great year for gaming, especially thanks to both the willingness and opportunity to step outside my comfort zone and really branch out in terms of conventions, rule systems, and in particular, the Play-by-Post experience.
Everyone likes a good TV show, right? But, as we here at Monkey in the Cage know, “good” is a very relative (and somewhat dangerous) word to use when measuring the quality of the television we watch. Join us this week as we are joined by super-listener and über-contributor Kevin Smith to talk about all those shows we hate to love! Warm up your vocal chords,really suspend your disbelief, and bring yourself tons of cash as you settle in for another ear-melting episode of Monkey in the Cage!