politics

The JCast Episode 16 Featuring The AudioVillains

Hello everyone! The AudioVillains are back with episode 16 and this one is full of humor, insults, and much more. This week our good friend and resident Ent, Carlos the Treebeard joined us for a round of smack talking and nerding out. If you laughed before you are going to laugh and pee your pants this time and afterward. A big thanks goes out to our loyal listeners. We have a lot of fun doing this but it makes it even more fun knowing that we are able to entertain, educate, and make you laugh. As Read more [...]

The JCast Episode 14 Featuring The AudioVillains

Good evening folks! The AudioVillains of the JCast on Jabber Log are back with episode 14! We started out the morning with an excellent breakfast cooked up by Eddie and it was just what we needed to get the podcast going. We also powered up on Alpha Brain from onnit.com and we laughed through several stories. This week was filled with stories including some new cat-tastic adventures from Eddie and Mitt Romney's now infamous jab at Big Bird of Sesame Street (see funny meme below). Get ready to laugh Read more [...]

Street Justice Is Always Bloody

Gandhi once said, "An eye for eye makes the whole world blind." Is this something you believe? I'm sure we were all brought up to be kind to others and show sympathy and compassion but do we always feel this way? How about murderers and hardened criminals? I have seen court hearings where a suspect will stand up and address a victims family or families depending on the case and some apologize for what they have done. At times the family has forgiven the suspect but I have always thought about Read more [...]

What can be done when we stand united.

Good morning fellow Jabber Loggers! The past couple days have been excellent for the people of the world and the Internet. For some time now there has been talk about a couple bills that go by SOPA and PIPA. These bills were meant to protect creative property from piracy but in turn would do more harm than good. The bills would ultimately censor the Internet but they were met with rage and revolt from the people. On January 18th, 2012, several sites went dark in protest over SOPA AND PIPA. Even major Read more [...]
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