Ep 05 “Dead On”

I do a little catching up on my progress since Bristol 50k, my recent setback from a calf injury, what i’m doing to get and stay healthy for running and getting closer to Mendon Ponds 50k.

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Podcast 94 – Space Harrier

No Victor this week, so Shaun is joined by The Taggsta and Daz Domination from ‘Stralia, and we have returned to the Fantasy Zone to shoot mammoths in the face. No sign of Opa Opa this time, just a guy with a gun on a mission to destroy. Fly like a really fast bird, or maybe a quick insect, all over the screen. Don’t run into owt or you may die. Peace.


TIMESTAMP:
Intro To The Guest Co-Hosts – 00:00
What We’ve Been Up To Since The Last Podcast – 11:00
Arcade News – 28:05
Pickups – 36:20
Arcade Victorian Australian Insults – 40:03
Feedback – 41:10
Shout Outs! – 55:20
Tech Tips (Vegemite Remix) – 56:50
Music Quiz – 1:00:02
Featured Game Review – 1:06:38
Next Show’s Game – 1:32:54
Finish The Music Quiz – 1:34:50


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LINKS:

Hungarian Arcade Show In Budapest 3rd – 5th Nov
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Arcade Blogger France Raid Blog
NERG 2018 confirmed for 14th & 15th July
Bad News For IPA Drinkers?


SPACE HARRIER SCOREBOARD:
Taggsta 17,298,770
Shaun 16,637,370
HeIsJimmi 11,082,490
Charliefar 10,720,280
Sull 10,154,250
Mark Happydude 9,457,270
Mark InsertManyCoins 8,066,660
RossRoss 8,050,650
Tactical Genius 7,610,240
Stacey King 7,494,760
Neil 20to5 6,993,270
Steve Tyke 6,741,320
Ian Cullen 6,320,230
Paul Higgins 5,459,860
Rob Carpenter 4,766,080
Trollnads 3,776,390
Chris MCBL 3,404,070
Cynicaster 3,373,370
Mick Orwell 3,291,920
Paul McCaskie 3,179,300
Darren Domination 2,404,830
Sal Bugliarisi 1,634,970
Brian Hambo 1,281,750


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Extra Lives: 50K only
Difficulty: Normal

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Geekfest Rants Ep 318 – The Shat – Clash of the Titans Figures

The time has come to dive deep into The Shat. That’s a noun not a verb. William Shatner is the name and acting is his game. Join us today at GeekFest Rants as Carlos highlights William Shatner’s career in movies, television. and music.

While most people might know him for playing Captain Kirk in Star Trek, his resume is huge. His performances range from excellent to “what the hell did we just watch” caliber. So on this episode we’ll hit a few of them.

Then we’ll cover another classic 80’s toy line from Mattel, Clash of the Titans. It’s time to unleash the Kraken

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ANTIC Interview 303 – Lee Konowe, American Software Club

Lee Konowe, American Software Club Lee Konowe was founder of American Software Club, a mail-order software company. American Software Club sold software for CP/M, Atari 8-bit, TRS-80, Apple II, IBM PC, Commodore 64, and other platforms. It started out with a sort of Columbia House “software of the month” model, where you automatically received a “choice of the month” software package each month — which you could keep and pay for, or return at no cost. Later the company switched to a more traditional mail order catalog model. The company was founded around June 1981. In an article about software clubs in InfoWorld magazine, the company said it had about 2,000 members by the end of its first month. By February 1983 it claimed 10,000 members, and by September of that year had 15,000 members. This interview took place on June 7 2017 for me, and June 8 for Lee in New Zealand. “>A video version of this interview is also available. “Very quickly it occurred to me that there was a need to put people who were producing software together with people who were consuming it.” American Software Club ad in H&E Computrpnics magazine, 1982 (page 11) American Software Club ad in A.N.A.L.O.G. Computing magazine, 1983 American Software Club ad in PC Magazine, 1983 1981 InfoWorld article about software clubs

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1982 Poltergeist

On this episode Sean & Nicole talk about the 1982 film Poltergeist staring Craig T Nelson, Heather O’Rourke and Zelda Rubinstein as the sultry Tangina and they also discuss Pill bugs & Freezy Freakies as well.

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1975 Jaws

While on vacation in Topsail,NC Sean & Nicole are joined by their friends Jason & Terri to watch the 1975 classic Jaws. Who will gasp in terror? listen to find out.

*There were plenty of adult beverages consumed during the recording of this podcast……Don’t judge!

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2017 Killing Ground

On this episode Sean & Nicole watched the 2017 film Killing Ground. We find out that Bogan is Australian for redneck, Nicole is a master of the Wookie call and it’s all just a trap.

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Pretentious Podcast Ep.11: Couldn’t Get Worse

Welcome to Ep. 11 of PP! This time around me and my dude Kevin Zerbe from Zerbinator Land and I kick it old school as we speak of everything from Lobster Rolls, to Pork Rolls and from the first day of school pictures to the dogs off the leash, and much, much more! Enjoy!

Big Thanks to Kevin for recording, editing and producing the show! It wouldn’t come together without his hard work! Big up holmes!

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ANTIC Interview 302 – Patricia Mitchell, Thorn EMI

Patricia Mitchell, Thorn EMI Patricia Mitchell started at Thorn EMI in 1981. She worked in the home computer software division, evaluating software that had been submitted by programmers. Thorn EMI published many games for the Atari 8-bit computers, including River Rescue, Carnival Massacre, Orc Attack, Kickback, Submarine Commander, Computer War, and Jumbo Jet Pilot. Later she worked at Virgin Games. This interview took place on April 27, 2017. In it, we talk a little about about Steve Green. Steve bought Patricia’s old Atari computer on eBay, which included pre-production versions of five Thorn EMI games. Steve made ROM dumps of those games and uploaded them to Internet Archive. “>A video version of this interview is available. “One of the most embarrassing things for the management at the time was they turned down a game that was submitted that was called Elite … It was the first 3-D graphics that were rendered in wireframe.” Steve Green’s ROM dumps: River Rescue Pre-Production Orc Attack Pre-Production Major League Hockey Pre-Production Computer War Pre-Production Carnival Massacre Pre-Production

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