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Your Weekend Justice #214: Apocalyptic Sexy Time!
Posted on 04.13.14 by Widge @ 9:37 pm

Apocalyptic Sexy Time! with Carol and Daryl

(Widge here. Sorry for the delay...been head down working on a project (let's take a page from the Uncle Warren playbook and give it a codename--Project Charybdis)...and it's something that pays the bills, which sadly, Wayhomers and podcasts do not. So.)

(Also: seriously huge spoilers if you have not watched Captain America: The Winter Soldier, and to a lesser extent, the end of Season 4 of Walking Dead.)

It's Weekend Justice: the Internet's #1 audio trainwreck and also, collectively, we are the true identity of The Clairvoyant.

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File Under: Podcasts and Weekend Justice
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Scarlett Johansson is Luc Besson's "Lucy," and I'll Have What She's Having
Posted on 04.03.14 by Wolven @ 3:21 am

Scarlett Johansson in Lucy

I would like to have a serious chat with Ms Scarlett Johansson about her choices over the past four years.

First it was Black Widow, the expertly trained spy/assassin who runs around with a bunch of genetically-, magically-, or cybernetically-enhanced individuals...

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File Under: Stimuli
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Captain America: The Winter Soldier - Review
Posted on 04.01.14 by Dom @ 10:21 pm

Captain America: Winter Soldier

Written by: Christopher Markus & Stephen McFeely, based on the character by Joe Simon & Jack Kirby and a story by Ed Brubaker
Directed by: Anthony Russo & Joe Russo
Starring: Chris Evans, Samuel L. Jackson, Scarlett Johansson, Robert Redford, Sebastian Stan, Anthony Mackie, Cobie Smulders, Frank Grillo

Welcome to the 21st century, Cap.

Phase Two of the Marvel Cinematic Universe continues to hit the ground running, much like (excuse the segue) Captain Steve Rogers does in The Winter Soldier. While the action scenes are much more influenced by Parkour as well as harder than they were before, the events here put the psyche of Captain America to an even harder test: How much can he take? And whom can he trust?

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Your Weekend Justice #213: Podcasting is No Longer a Crime, It's the National Sport!
Posted on 03.29.14 by Widge @ 2:51 am

Hugo Drax with fingers steepled from Moonraker

It's Weekend Justice: the Internet's #1 audio trainwreck--the podcast that expects the skies of Florida to be filled with zeppelins any day now.


  • Recommending movies for Cosette
  • The Hills Have Diapers
  • Florida, Evil Empire of Rox
  • Where to get orange juice in Washington D.C.
  • Governmental key parties
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    File Under: Podcasts and Weekend Justice
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    Crisis on Infinite Cards
    Posted on 03.28.14 by Widge @ 4:26 am

    Comic Book Cards Against Humanity

    Cards Against Humanity with the added send-you-to-hell goodness of Crabs Adjust Humidity

    So like many of you, we enjoy playing Cards Against Humanity. It's horrible, it's wrong, it's like Mad Libs reworked by Eli Roth, and it's terrific fun to watch two generations of a family playing it. (Trust me. Hee-larious.) We have all the expansion packs as well. We even bought the unofficial, unauthorized, uninterested-in-paying-for-your-therapy Crabs Adjust Humidity expansion sets.

    Like many of you as well, we can't help but think of our own cards (and, indeed, blank cards are provided for you to vent your unholy misbegotten spleen upon). I started thinking along the lines of a common theme--comic books, mostly of the Big Two/spandex variety--and once I got started, I couldn't stop. I'm very sorry. But here's the result. Feel free to use where and how you see fit.

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    File Under: Stimuli
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    Who's Robert Redford in "Winter Soldier"? The Sundance Kid. No, Really.
    Posted on 03.26.14 by Widge @ 5:56 am

    Robert Redford as Alexander Pierce and Samuel L. Jackson as Nick Fury in Captain America: The Winter Soldier

    When the Captain America: The Winter Soldier trailer first hit, one of the weirdest things for me was watching Robert Redford and Nick Fury shake hands. And everybody was talking about The Sundance Kid (Redford's classic role alongside Paul Newman--kids, ask your parents) being in the cast of the film. But it struck me: I wonder if that could literally be the case?

    In life as in the film (and sorry about spoilers, but Jesus, it's historical and the film's been out since 1969), Butch Cassidy and The Sundance Kid were both likely killed by the Bolivian Army in 1908. But there's been loads of speculation as to whether or not they actually died there. There's more than one theory out there about one or both of them surviving. (See the film Blackthorn for a fairly badass "Butch survived" setup.)

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    File Under: Stimuli
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    Wayhomer Review #173: Medieval Times Atlanta
    Posted on 03.25.14 by Widge @ 7:16 am

    Medieval Times: A Pair of Villains

    The latest issue of Super-Villain Team-Up...

    It's Episode #173 for Medieval Times Atlanta, in which our protagonist is joined by the wizard, Rox of Spazhouse. Together, they discuss the perils of giant owls, how to cheer for (and thus confuse) the villain, and how to raise your social standings through copious amounts of medieval beer.
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    A Unique Warcraft-Style Avatar Cosplay Opportunity
    Posted on 03.23.14 by Cosette @ 1:53 am

    Love and Warcraft Monster Design

    What gaming cosplayer wouldn't want to have a real-life replica of their avatar look to strut around in? Created by professionals? Well, they're in luck. The Tony Award-Winning Alliance Theatre's recent production of In Love and Warcraft was about a girl living in both her real life and her online gaming life. For the production, the costume shop created some amazing real-life avatars, designed by Lex Liang. Due to a lack of storage for these sizeable costumes, the Alliance is announcing a rare sale of these pieces from their Atlanta-based shop. For questions and purchase information, please contact Alliance Costume Shop manager Carol Hammond at Here are the details:

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    File Under: Headsup
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    Music Whenever: 65daysofstatic, Hotel California, Sir Sly & More...
    Posted on 03.17.14 by Widge @ 6:34 am


    We're back. With music. If you like what you hear, use the links provided to snag it for yourself from Amazon. Doing so through us gives us kickbacks, and those help pay for stuff like more bandwidth. And also so we can buy more music.

    First up, there's a fine line between experimental rock, math rock and just lots of noise. 65daysofstatic fit snugly in the good portion of that particular Venn diagram. And I was wondering what this track might look like live: "Safe Passage" from last year's Wild Light. Sort of insane and majestic all at once. (Amazon: CD; MP3; Vinyl. Official site.)
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    File Under: Music Whenever
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    Wayhomer Review #172: Robocop (2014)
    Posted on 03.15.14 by Widge @ 8:20 pm

    Joel Kinnaman as Robocop

    'Well thank Christ for least I have a real hand left so I can still unlock my iPhone 5S.'

    It's Episode #172 for Robocop (2014), in which our protagonist enjoys back story and setup as much as the next bearded lunatic who can drive, but really wants the story to just get underway. Also, he defends remakes (no, really)...and applauds the new black color scheme for Robocop. It's just a sensible choice.
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    File Under: Reviews and Video Podcasts and Wayhomers
    Comments: 5 Comments

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