The Geek I/O Show: Episode 37 - I just can't wait to be Bane

This week on the Geek I/O show, we were joined by our friend Adam Jones from StartSelect.  If you don't think he's rad, you're bad and you should feel bad.

We discussed Rachel's caramel upgrade, Dr. Panda, corn is scary, CJ's rapid consumption of Breaking Bad, Marvel Puzzle Quest would be awesome if it didn't feel like a Facebook game, Budlong's computer upgrade fail, Windows' wicked ways, really bad movies, Google's new P2P-Proxy, Bane is going to be Elton John, You'll  be able to tour space from a balloon soon, Mozilla lets you look at everything tracking you online (except NSA stuff), and there was an Apple thing that happened.  Plus!  Radiation-proof underwear!

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