Don’t Empty the Trash!, the Benefits of Binge-Watching, Ichiro and the Technical Difficulties, It’s World War III You Guys, I Learned it on Facebook!, Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Slaves, We Live in the Matrix (Statistically), Neil DeGrasse-Tyson v. Philosophy, Lawrence Lessig for Debate, Twitter v. Facebook, and the One World Corporation.
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140: The Plauge of Locusts Anniversary, Locusts in a Jersey, Bringing the Grasshopper View to the Locusts, Greg’s Good Old Gaming, Shark-Shark Locusts, Neo-Retro Gamers, 7 Billion Locusts, Being the Best Locust You Can Be, Locusts Anonymous, Russ Sells IMDB, Coaching as Methodone, Living in the Moment, Performative Body Departure, Storey is Dennis Quaid, Sending Messages Back in Time, Lost in Lost, and the Spinny Thing in Your Brain that Controls Everything.
Storey Definitely Doesn’t Have a Rabbit, How Many Superheroes Can We Fit on the Head of a Pin?, Jurassic Minecraft, Camelot Unchained, Death Comes for the RPGer, Greg Fears the Sex Scene, Rachel Doelezal, The Future is Now, and Science Fiction is Hogwash.
Deal or No Deal, Sportsageddon, Russ Fought the 4DX and the 4DX Won, Ruining the World with New Technology!, Demographic Bingo, The Third Sign is Worth Millions, Youtuber Review, Watching Gamers Talk About Gamers Talk About Gamers Playing Games, Greg Antagonizes Storey About the NBA, and Steph Curry: Kinda Good at Basketball.
LP, or the ‘Let’s Play’ genre has made a full-scale assault on YouTube. Forget Beiber, forget Gaga, forget Grumpy Cat. It’s video gamers recording themselves playing video games that rate the most subscribers and the most views in the billion dollar landscape of digital video. Sitting atop the LP pinnacle, is a slightly affected Sweedish savant, Felix, Kjellberg, otherwise known as PewDiePie. With over 38 million subscribers, he reigns supreme.
Remembering how Ronald Reagan forgot, Russ takes performance-enhancing drugs… for life, Russ embraces Hemingway and runs with the bulls, Box and won, Russ is as cold as ice – he wants you to sacrifice, Rutgers: home of unending disaster, Freely choosing to limit all future choices, Flowers for Gooberman, Gooberman’s Choice, Wilson’s Choice, Don’t Fear the Reaper?, Spoilers!, the further perfection of the King of the Star-Murderers, and baby boxing.
Storey Lights Bags, Shatters Records and Blows the Minds of Local Television Broadcasters; The Horrific Face of Traditional Christmas Lights; Greg is Appropriately Called Out by Storey on Promotion and Blames the Police; Storey Seeks a Sponsorship; Russ Has Himself a Merry Little Saturnalia; Je Suis…Charlie? The Interview? Something?; Speech Has Consequences; and Dogma’s a Highway, Brought to You by Reed Candle Company.
After almost three and a half years without a podcast, The Mep Report is officially back!
Just in time for Halloween, the Meppers are back from the dead! Hear Greg, Russ, and Storey relate what they’ve been up to the last forty months of wandering in the desert.
Expect more regular podcasts to come!
There’s awesome, and then there’s awesome squared.
Welcome to the latter.
Give a Man a Quarter and He Can Play One Game, Teach Him to Write in Basic and He Can Feed a Village (Really), They Don’t Make Video Games the Way They Used To (and Get Off My Lawn!), Russ Can’t Help Falling In Love…Again…, Is This the Text That Launched a Thousand Ships?, How Rabbits From Certain Places Can Help You Recover Your Voice, How Many Meppers Does It Take to Get One Mepper a Date, Angry Pictures are Angry, and Chemistry = Not Fat.