Nick Robinson is freaked out by the new Xbox – but why?
Today, in 1971, Joe Frazier beat Muhammad Ali at Madison Square Garden in what many call the Fight of the Century. So what do you have on tap for the next 48?
Drink deep from the cup of violence and power.
Today in 1893, Nikola Tesla gives the first public demonstration of radio in St. Louis, Missouri. That’s pretty cool. What are you doing this weekend?
Today in 1954, Canada and the United States agreed to construct the Distant Early Warning Line, a system of radar stations in the far northern Arctic regions of Canada and Alaska. Why did they do this? To protect themselves from the Soviets! This knowledge might come in handy next week, during Soviet Week on Unwinnable. What are you doing this weekend?
Sam interviews Jeremiah Slaczka of 5th Cell, Stu interviews Jason Brody of Far Cry 3.
The Crisis on Infinite Podcasts begins with two podcasts colliding: Unlistenable and A Jumps B Shoots!
Today in 1893, inventor Thomas A. Edison finished construction of the first motion picture studio, the Black Maria in West Orange, New Jersey. What are you doing this weekend?