Mat Men jumps down from the rafters on this new episode. Andrew, Rich, and Jon talk the goings on and what's up with thats in pro wrestling. They talk RAW, booking Hell in a Cell, storyline comparisons, Brie Mode, and NXT. The chat the future of WWE and who are the key players.
Andrew and Paul discuss Windows 10. How will Microsoft update Windows 10 going forward with the Technical Preview? Apple release iOS 8.1 and officially launches Apple Pay in the US. How big of a deal is Apple getting in the NFC mobile payments game? and will they compete with PayPal? Apple also released new sales number that show the iPad is losing ground. Why are iPad sales slowing down? And Microsoft may be announcing a smartwatch next week. What would a Microsoft smartwatch look like?
Corey Reppond sits in for KC Arora as he helps Neil welcome Akaash Singh and Kase Raso back again to figure out what’s the first show that made them want sex as a kid. Is watching porn bad for you? Do you use porn or your imagination more? What double standard did Neil see after a one-night stand? Are double standards an actual problem? Do men or women judge women more? Is Ebola a threat or more “outrage”? What outrage do you think is crap? Do white people pretend to care about social issues? Should you have to earn an opinion? Does nerd culture apply to sports fans? Are sports fans a menace? Let us know @nicepodcast about all this and more…
Andrew and Spencer talk about Andrew's recent trip to California. How much trouble did they get into this time around? Andrew shares the story of the gruesome twosome. Who are the gruesome twosome? The guys also discuss the Ebola hysteria. Is the CDC and government incapable of handling the Ebola situation? Andrew also talks about his first time going to the New York Comic Con. What does Andrew think of NYCC? And Chaunce Hayden calls in to tell us how he broke his arm, and also dating Judge Judy's daughter. Why does Chaunce have such bad luck in life?
Spencer discusses the experience he had recently doing an interview for a Swedish journalist. Is there a double standard for men who put make up on their head? Joe from Staten Island, and Brian Monroe call to add their opinion of there possibly being a double standard.