Dance on Your Grave


That title requires some explanation. At our wedding twenty-five years ago yesterday, my wife was most dismayed at my unwillingness to dance. (Hey, it’s just not my thing, okay?) She remarked “You will dance at our wedding and then dance on my grave.” An interesting statement to make heading into a marriage, no?

Yet we’re still here.

By the way, my half of this week’s podcast was actually recorded in my parents’ basement in the small town where we got married. Plans were to tour Bordeaux for our 25th, but things got in the way. Unfortunately, there doesn’t seem to be any Michelin-starred restaurants in this section of Manitoba.

The end of the road for Rush?

Five dumb accidents that made Star Wars a classic

Patreon people are AWESOME. And look! You can win a Powerstick.

We now have bumper stickers and license plate frames for you to buy!

Activating the FM chip in cell phones.

Apple’s iOS Music App now totally blows.

The Ad Blocking Revolution is coming: look busy

The vibrator song.

Oh: one other thing I hate this morning. My website hosting service keeps having problems with WordPress blogs, which might explain why you’ve been getting a blank screen on this site and others this morning.

In case you haven’t heard, Geeks&Beats can now be access via Nightflight, a website inspired by the USA Networks all-night show of the same name from the 80s. You’d better give it a look especially if, um, you’re of a certain age. You know who you are.

For more–and we have a crack team of writers adding content to the website every day–go here. The G&B Swag Store is open 24/7 for your convenience.  Here’s where you can subscribe to everything we do. You can listen to us on the radio every week. (Yes, there’s an actual G&B Radio Network.)

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