Executive Producers: James Doebbler, Sir Gene-Baron de Marriott-Sherrif of Texas, Sir Hank, Sir Dr. Sharkey
Associate Executive Producers: Sir Michael Miller, Nick Principe
Art By: dicktater

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  1. t0llyb0ng says:

    USA is sliding down a slow-motion slope toward a dystopian, panopticon hell-hole.  Our fiber-based backbone infrastructure is a Swiss cheese.  Been poked into more times than a Lowlands whore.  But the MSM doesn’t talk about it.  NPR News could be informing the idiot public.  Instead they analyze the latest box-office sensation; or they do lengthy interviews with up-and-coming pop stars, interspersed with snippets of their claptrap music.

  2. ivan says:

    Love the artwork.
    So SouthParky.

  3. Glenn E. says:

    The correct spelling is “Sheriff” of Texas. Not “Sherrif”. Unless you’re thinking of the Arab title, “Sharif”. I know, picky picky.

  4. ECA says:

    Dave,
    I said before, and will again.
    SOME of the Smart phones have better tech and Quality then Many computers. And its getting annoying.
    WHY hasnt MS jumped in and started Working with new mobo types. They are 25 years behind. And intel is assisting them.
    Thinking that 2 chips, (north/south bridge) can handle all the data and controls is STUPID. and its the current bottle neck in the machine.

  5. deowll says:

    Great show. You guys weren’t drunk or anything. Most of what you said sounded more or less rational and neither of you blew up at the other. You guys feeling okay?

  6. deowll says:

    One thing. You guys keep saying that celibs don’t die from cancer. I think Steve Jobs was a celib and he died of cancer. If you do some checking I think you will find a fair number of the ones that died old and no longer head liners died of cancer. What we are used to hearing about is car wrecks and drugs among younger people.