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September 19

Friends at the Table: PARTIZAN 31-33: The Grand Premiere, Glory Arrives, A Single Shot

It has been just over fifty days since Millennium Break took Cruciat, and each day has been more busy than the last. The hammer of the Principality fell on the organization's independent cells across the moon, and now the leaders of Millennium Break seek allies wherever they can find them. No potential partner in the fight against tyranny is more important than the Isle of Logos. As a sovereign nation with key control in Partizan's great sea, the Isle could offer Millennium Break a literal port in troubled waters. And so, Gucci Garantine and Apparatus Aperitif have spent the better part of a month negotiating towards that end.  Protecting these ever-moving negotiations has been trying, as SBBR can attest to. Even the quiet days, where nothing happens, require utmost focus and practiced determination. Yet they cannot hope for such a today to be such a day: One where the only red they see is that of the carpet rolled out for VIPs, where the only flash in their eyes comes from the cameras capturing the event.  To the north, the air of Obelle cracks with the sound of artillery fire. But here in Auspice, Zo'la has finished their film, and it is due its audience. This week on PARTIZAN: The Grand Premiere [more inside]
posted by fomhar at 11:29 AM - 1 comment

September 12

My Year in Mensa: Full show

Comedian Jamie Loftus infiltrates MENSA [more inside]
posted by latkes at 10:01 AM - 3 comments

September 9

The Missing Cryptoqueen: Whole series

A scam cryptocurrency, a brainy & glamorous figurehead, concerning marketing tactics, and an international investigation.
posted by latkes at 12:06 PM - 5 comments

August 29

Friends at the Table: PARTIZAN 29 and 30: Buried Beneath Golden Leaves & A Cemetary for Heroes

A month ago, Millennium Break seized control of Cruciat, ushering in a new age on the holy moon of Partizan. But like a counterpunch already chambered, the great Stels of the Divine Principality hit back with force and speed, driving minor Millennium Break bases into the dirt. Today, along with Cruciat, the only two strongholds left to the revolutionary group are the Lambic House and a trio of cities along the eastern edge of the Prophet's Path. Millennium Break must hold this ground, at all costs. And that is why, though they were one of the founders of the group, and its first executive elected, Valence's request for support in finding the parts of the Exemplar was denied. Even now, with actionable intel from their contact in Columnar, SBBR was being told that they'd need to go it alone.  And with the memory of Gur Sevraq fresh in their minds, they saw no other option... [more inside]
posted by fomhar at 2:32 PM - 2 comments

August 27

Rude Tales of Magic: [Miniseries] Come at the King: The Final Chapter

Sic semper tyrannis. [more inside]
posted by EndsOfInvention at 9:32 AM - 1 comment

August 23

The Adventure Zone: Graduation Ep. 22: Open and Shut

The Thundermen have been brought before an Unbroken Chain tribunal. They need to prove that they are worthy of membership or they will lose the chance to win the group's help in the upcoming war. Winning them over might be tricky, especially since the head of the tribunal is Argo's nemesis!You know what they say: If at first you don't succeed, try tribunal again!
posted by Tevin at 8:08 AM - 2 comments

August 22

Serial: Nice White Parents - Full Season

Nice White Parents is baaaaasically Serial Season Four, coproduced by the New York Times. It follows the model of Season Three, focusing on a single institution enmeshed in a larger system, instead of an individual case. In this case, the past, present and future of a single Brooklyn school's history of failed integration attempts. [more inside]
posted by kaibutsu at 12:45 PM - 5 comments

August 18

Rude Tales of Magic: [Miniseries] Come at the King: Chapter 6

The chickens (and the harpies) are coming home to roost. Promises are broken, hidden agendas are revealed, and the clown inside takes the center ring. All this and a disastrous introduction to the gothic southern swamps of...LAROQUETTE! [more inside]
posted by EndsOfInvention at 3:21 AM - 4 comments

August 13

My Brother, My Brother And Me: MBMBaM 522: The Open and Honest Heart of a Child’s Eyes

In today's episode, Justin goes on a righteous and important quest to claim the Birdman's special burrito, but instead ends up claiming nothing but heart-rending shame. It's a TOUGH LISTEN.Suggested talking points: Big Eyes Watch, Under the Table and Phishing, The Three-Hat Problem, A Recipe for You, Tony Hawk's Pro Burrito, Nostalgia Per InchFor more ways to support Black Lives Matter and find anti-racism resources:
posted by Tevin at 5:17 AM - 4 comments

August 5

You're Wrong About: Disco Demolition Night

Mike tells Sarah how a silly sports promotion galvanized a reactionary movement. Digressions include "Charlotte's Web," Jane Fonda and German-language musicals. Songs are dissected; the honor of David Bowie and late-night salad bars are defended. [more inside]
posted by progosk at 3:38 AM - 8 comments

August 4

My Brother, My Brother And Me: MBMBaM 521: Ah, The Soup Mess

It's the final week of the MaxFunDrive, so we've pulled out all the stops! By which we mean, we talked about Olive Garden, again, for like twenty minutes.Suggested talking points: Old Bill, College Shirt, Toilet Book, Liquid Benefits, Olive Garden Hacks, Wine and CheeseBecome a MaxFun supporter:
posted by Tevin at 5:14 AM - 4 comments

July 29

My Brother, My Brother And Me: MBMBaM 520: Genuine Clean Fauciballs

Look, the title's challenging, okay? We get it. It's probably not what you're thinking it's about, because we're talking about athletic balls. Maybe that is what you were thinking about? Are we the problem? Yeah, actually, that sounds about right.Suggested talking points: Happy Birthday Bugs, Peart-a Potty, Cello Wrestling, Basketball Announcement, Real American Hot Dogs, Tender Milkshake, Foot LidsMore resources on anti-racism and fighting police violence: becoming a supporter of the MaxFun network:
posted by Tevin at 4:09 AM - 2 comments

Rude Tales of Magic: [Miniseries] Come at the King: Part 5

A single moment of chaos and madness throws the fate of the entire Cordelian Empire into question as our heroes face the final, shocking carnage of the Power Ball. But perhaps the greatest danger they face is merely the darkness within...themselves! [more inside]
posted by EndsOfInvention at 2:23 AM - 0 comments

July 25

Friends at the Table: PARTIZAN 21-28: Millennium Break

For those who live under tyranny, the exhaustion and fear is such that it can be hard to even imagine or recognize what escape or progress or revolution look like. But when Icebreaker Prime came over the horizon, the citizens of Cruciat, beaten down by generations of chic, high-minded Kesh terror, knew exactly what they were looking at. [more inside]
posted by fomhar at 4:08 PM - 4 comments

July 17

The Adventure Zone: Graduation Ep. 19: Creative Writing

It's a very special episode for week one of MaxFunDrive 2020. The Thundermen are shown what could be. We learn about crimes, both past and future. We find out more about the boys and they find out more about themselves. Much is revealed and makes things even less clear.
posted by The corpse in the library at 2:14 PM - 5 comments

Rude Tales of Magic: [Miniseries] Come at the King: Part 4

It's high crimes, light treason, and social faux pas par excellence at the Power Ball in the caverns beneath Payola, and our inverted-heroes (the opposite of heroes in a way if you think about it) must navigate the slippery social ladder and high society chaos as their prey draws breathlessly near. Masks on, listener, and save a spot on your dance card...for danger!
posted by yellowbinder at 10:11 AM - 2 comments

July 2

Rude Tales of Magic: [Miniseries] Come at the King: Chapter 3

From low life hit men to haute couture fisticuffs, this week our not-so-merry band of journeymen killers-for-hire bounce from frying pan to fire as they find a way to turn even the acts of sleeping and buying a new shirt into high stakes emotional battles of life, death and of course...FASHION. hon hon hon.
posted by yellowbinder at 3:05 PM - 1 comment

June 26

Sawbones: A Marital Tour of Misguided Medicine: Systemic Racism in Medical Honors

AOA is a medical honors society that's supposed to separate top-tier medical students from the rest of the pack. It helps determine which doctors get the top jobs in the most competitive fields. The problem? There's implicit racism in the way it chooses members, and fixing it may be a massive challenge.
posted by Homo neanderthalensis at 6:05 PM - 1 comment

June 23

Reply All: #162 The Least You Could Do

Black people all across the US are receiving the world's weirdest form of reparations: Venmo payments from white people. Producer Emmanuel Dzotsi investigates. [more inside]
posted by ellieBOA at 12:04 PM - 0 comments

My Brother, My Brother And Me: MBMBaM 515: Viscous Bod

In today's episode, we inexplicably relitigate the film Titanic, which is a million years old, and come up with a way cooler ending where the ship doesn't break and the cool guy gets the treasure and everyone gets married. (Feat. Special Guestpert, Dr. James Bufeè!)Suggested talking points: Half-Virile Knight, Poster Prank, Having Fun While Shopping at Sears, A Hearty Bod Jam, We Fix Titanic Again, Home Summer Vibes, The Big PumpkinSupport the Foundation for Black Women's Wellness here: resources on anti-racism and fighting police violence:
posted by Tevin at 5:02 AM - 5 comments

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