Marvel and Warner Bros./DC Comics announce their upcoming movies for the next 15 years. What Marvel and DC Comics movies are Andrew and John looking forward to? RiteAid and CVS reportedly block Apple Pay and Google Wallet. Andrew and John discuss what is really going on and what CurrentC is. Amazon announces the Fire TV Stick. How does it fair against the Chromecast and Roky streaming stick? Microsoft announces the Band, a fitness and health tracking wearable. Also HP reveals Sprout, and iTunes sees a 13% drop in music sales.
A Nashville DJ, complaining about an inconvenient EAS Test, unwittingly activates more EAS alerts across radio stations and cable systems. Video streaming technology has a few radio stations becoming video providers. And “ransomware” has taken several radio stations hostage lately, destroying music and commercial libraries. How should engineers act to prevent their stations from getting hijacked? Chris Tobin and Chris Tarr join us for a fast-paced episode of TWiRT!
Rich and Jon are here to shed some light on the huge Marvel movie announcements that were made this past week and also talk about the future DC movie announcements and why the company can't seem to get it together in the eyes of fans. They talk the future of comic book movies, DC's strong points and how Marvel has become this cinematic juggernaut complete with backing from a little black mouse.
Hot off the heels of Hell in a Cell the boys are back with a very special guest Justin Young to talk wrestling, NXT, Hell in a Cell, Bray Wyatt, Rusev, the current roster, John Cena's possible heel turn, Randy Orton's face turn, Survivor Series, and much more!
Joe Tillman calls in to discuss the increased adoption rate of the ARTAS hair transplant system. Joe from Staten Island calls in to rant about some hair loss ad that uses actor Rob Lowe. And Carl in South Carolina shares his hair loss journey and success using Propecia to slow his hair loss.
This is the episode you've been waiting for since the last episode you waited for. Jonathan explains how "High School Musical" is like a Shakespearean play. Then a quick detour to Marvel.