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Apr 30, 2014

This week the Adventuring Party reviews Itzacon, raves about Dungeons and Donuts, goes off topic with breathless enthusiasm, and forays into stunningly awkward middle-class white Irish rap.

Show-notes:

  • 0.38: Oh God, I wish this wasn't about to happen
  • 0.50: The Internet seems to disagree with me about Bulworth being bad - perhaps I should revisit it
  • 1.11: The original Gin and Juice, and the version Liam is talking about.
  • 2.22: We're a little giddy this episode. And next episode. And the episode after.
  • 2.56: #BoycottTheCrush let's make it happen. 
  • 3.48: We spiral off into movie review territory here. Ebert we ain't.
  • 4.59: There's actually a picture of me eating said confection and enjoying said coffee here.
  • 6.35: This actually sounds like a horrible bloody mess, but it worked!
  • 7.12: As promised, a link to the website for all you wannabe Evil Supergeniuses out there who wish to blow up the Earth.
  • 8.01: Quote of the Episode - “That's cheating! Because anti-neutronium doesn't exist!”
  • 9.09: Pince-nez
  • 10.00: Congratulations Cian, in a 30 minute podcast about an entire convention you spent 5 minutes talking about your own game. Wait a minute, I'm Cian!
  • 14.51: If you are Eastern European I am so sorry for my dreadful accent
  • 16.51: Man, Dungeons and Donuts really have captured the hearts and minds of the gaming community. Who'd have known that gaming-related pastries would appeal to us?
  • 19.42: I should have listened to the rest of the story before going “poor Stuart”
  • 22.05: Milena, I hope I pronounced your name right. Also, that apology for the accent at 14.51 is basically to you.
  • 22.32: See? Dungeons and Donuts, man. It's crack with icing.
  • 23.01: That's a joke about the Dominion card “Village”. It looks better written down.
  • 25.29: We did do a review of Pandemic

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