Episode 189!

We’re back and we’re joined by the lovely and talented Cetius in his three-peat performance on AoN! We play this one pretty fast and loose, but goddammit do we laugh a lot. We also let you know if anyone solved any of last week’s riddles or if they are still on the table, better listen in now to find out!

20 Responses to Episode 189!

  1. Shawn Pitre says:

    Another 2+Hours! What are This!?!

  2. Shawn Pitre says:

    Get a Nachonomicon and beat him with that…then eat the deliciousness.

  3. Shawn Pitre says:

    I would get the wrong cadence for phone numbers from alot of helpdesks I’d speak to over the years.

  4. Shawn Pitre says:

    His bar was only in the yellow, he wasn’t ready to be pinned.

  5. Shawn Pitre says:

    I have this Nero hammer I made…super awesome, made of Duct Tape, PVC Piping, and thick foam. And Duct Tape.

  6. Shawn Pitre says:

    What I want to know is who stores the Kendo Sticks under the ring…

  7. Shawn Pitre says:

    New Jena Project, we are not prepared!

  8. Shawn Pitre says:

    Most places have a No Puffin’ please policy.

  9. Shawn Pitre says:

    If a tree falls in a forest, and it lands on a mine, and it’s not Jena, does anybody care?

  10. Shawn Pitre says:

    My wife’s panties are made of Mac…

  11. Shawn Pitre says:

    …You haven’t run me off either. ;)

  12. Shawn Pitre says:

    1:07:32 – 1:08:41 – Jena Broken

  13. Shawn Pitre says:

    My coworkers tend to get upset when I listen sans pants…

  14. Shawn Pitre says:

    *insert comments here about Glee Stealing Jonathan Coulton version etc etc etc….*

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  16. Shawn Pitre says:

    Java, Beanie Babies, Hearts,Solid, red

  17. Terrible Pseudonym Andy says:

    So: high school graduations from the position of a Brit who’s been to his to-be-stepdaughter’s graduation.

    That shit is weird.

    In the UK, you take your exams in your subjects, and you get your results and your university acceptance, and then you go to the pub with your mates and that’s about it. Nobody even really gave a shit on the last day of classes.

    Both of my American stepdaughters-to-be [have had/will be having] the following:

    – Massive end-of-year assemblies with scholarship awards, parents and confused Englishmen, and dudes doing musical numbers (your American school assemblies have WAY higher production values than our British ones)
    – The actual graduatiib: three hours sitting in an unvenitlatied gym in robes to get their certificate,
    – School/parent-funded all-night party afterwards (specifically organised so the students can’t go and get drunk)
    – Prom (but we have those too, mostly copied from America).

    It’s a much, much bigger song and dance there. Over here, nobody really pulls out the pomp and ceremony until you’re being given a degree.

    Bonus Weird Americanisms Because I’m On A Roll:
    – Hot damn, your high schools really look like they do in the movies / on TV.
    – The Pledge of Allegiance is fucking weird. Even without the “under God” debate, an entire auditorium united in chanting servitude to a flag creeped me out.
    – Just include the sales tax on the price tag, nobody cares if it’s different in different states. No-one else in the world does that.
    – its not the world series if no-one else in the world joins in huh huh huh huh

    • I have so much agree. It’s very similar in Switzerland, where I spent my senior year of HS. Tests are done? To the pub!

      I’m also going to address your bonus weirdness list one by one:
      -Don’t they, though?
      -Preaching to the choir on that one. Once I got into High School, and thought about it a little, I stopped doing the pledge of Allegiance.
      -AMEN BROTHER! PREACH ON! They do that for marketing purposes, because putting that all-coveted 99 cents at the end of a price tag makes it look cheaper than it actually is. It’s dumb, and I’m with you on this one.
      -For lots of Americans, the states ARE the whole world. But, I suppose we could justify it by saying there are a couple Canadian teams on the list. My wife and I actually had this conversation just a few days ago, and we both wanted to see some Japanese and Cuban teams compete.

  18. Terrible Pseudonym Andy says:

    On sending in booze: I sent Matt home with a bottle of Pimms when I found him at KoLCon two years ago, and I’m presuming it’s been hidden down the sink. If I have to email you another bottle, I’ll pour it into the nearest USB slot. Or just bring a few to KoLCon this year. You’re doing a Pimms month, damnit.

  19. Young Eric says:

    Jena started reading the spam comment in a similar cadence as to how she started the riddles. My mind was trying to puzzle it out and then it stopped abruptly. It made me oddly happy.