Useless Drivel – Bucking Fickdag

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We here at MITC Productions hold fast to the idea that it is not our fault that people actually listen to the horrible Useless Drivel Podcast. That being said, considering this week’s episode, you only have yourself to blame. Seriously. Join your hosts Robert and Matt as they are barely able to eek out a podcast episode after the awesome world of adulting they must contend with on a daily basis. From Thanksgiving one-upmanship to Shaolin monks, this week’s episode definitely falls in the category of highly questionable entertainment (for you). Be thankful you aren’t paying for it, because it’s Useless Drivel – A Podcast Without a Point!

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Useless Drivel – Man-Junk Biting Spiders

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Welcome back to our disturbing little hole of the internet! Join your hosts Robert and Matt as they discuss all the important things in life this week. From the earth-shattering relevance of breakfast cereals to the dangers of Snapchatting, it’s about to get super-informative in the least informative way. There may even be a little discussion on table top RPGs! So, tune in and zone out to find what you need to fill that empty space in your soul, because it’s a brand new episode of Useless Drivel – A Podcast Without a Point!

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What are YOU doing at Gen Con? – Part 1

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Gen Con 2013 is just around the corner, and I’m already losing sleep from the building excitement.  Making it to Gen Con has been high on my gamer bucket list for close to two decades and in only a few short months, I’ll finally get to experience the geektastic event that is “the best four days in gaming.”  Event registration was a little over a week ago, and while I didn’t get into every event I had hoped for, I was actually surprised I made it into the majority.  Here’s a quick run-down of my Gen Con schedule for Thursday August 15th, which includes the event description and my first impressions of what lies in store.

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Episode 83 – Uncaged 11: Codename Punchkicker

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Hey Monkey Lovers!  Have you ever just wanted to cast off the responsibilities of life and enjoy pure unadulterated freedom?  Sure we all do, but that bothersome thing called “real life” keeps getting in the way… or does it?  For us here at To-Ag Studios, we’ve found the secret door that leads to the fountain of eternal freedom, also known as MITC Uncaged!  Join us this week as talk about a little bit of this, a touch of that, and a whole crap-load of awesome over there!  Reset your DVR, grill up some questionable food, and buy yourself a whole truckload of salt as you get ready for a brand new episode of Monkey in the Cage!

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THE WORLD’S WORST DUNGEON CRAWL!

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He’s the guy making me spend GenCon funds three months ahead of time.

So, if you’ve been listening to the show, following me on Twitter, or read any of my articles, you’ve probably figured out that I’ll be going to GenCon this year.  That being said, it would be in my best interest to squirrel away as much cash as possible and definitely NOT spend it on Kickstarter… but what can I say?  Awesomely epic opportunities of gaming uniqueness only come along like every few weeks, so I have to take advantage of them, right?  Well, this week, I got in on the absolute best/worst gaming Kickstarters ever – Epic Level Entertainment’s World’s Worst Dungeon Crawl!  Check out the official press-release after the jump.

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Why Humans are a Horrible Fantasy Race

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We all know that the majority of humanity is probably pretty decent, but all it takes is a couple of nut jobs to screw everything up for the rest of… well… everything.  This goes for real life, and possibly the realms of fantasy as well.  This week I’ll finish off my look at the classic fantasy races for D&D and Pathfinder with the humans, and talk about how they are pretty much the worst when it comes to all races.

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