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Your Weekend Justice #175: Tales That Hit the Burger King Drive-Thru Clearance Bar

It’s Weekend Justice: the Internet’s #1 audio trainwreck. It’s the podcast that wants to indoctrinate the kids of tomorrow in a club that combines community spirit with the ultimate dissolution of reality as we know it. Combine the Scouts with hobos and get Grant Morrison and Greg Bear to write the novelization while on speed. Then light it on fire. For your own safety. (That in itself is a badge.)


Super-Moby Dick of Space


  • Happy Birthday, Simon
  • Drunken Sasquatches
  • Jon Hawksmoor
  • Streiber vs. Icke
  • Art Bell and the cat story
  • Taken 2
  • Shared Tremors love
  • Pulp action novels. All 3,614 of them.
  • How to invoke Leigh. Not provoke Leigh. Big difference.
  • Leigh’s Florida report
  • Television report
  • Superheroes from the 1980s
  • Roku explanation
  • Angry Birds Everywhere
  • Boardwalk Empire (SPOILERS)
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  • Leigh and crying at Doctor Who
  • Club Bees Update
  • Zine Update
  • Derelict Scouts
  • The trouble with space harpoons
  • Jon, crying over spilt Foo Fighters
  • Villains, Time Lords and Mister Rogers
  • Fun with Midsomer Murders
  • Headsup: There’s new Weekend Justice gear as well in the Zazzle store.

    Thanks to Jon from The Unique Geek for helping us sound good.

    As always, special thanks go out to Clutch for letting us use their absolutely badass song, “Promoter (of earthbound causes)” as our theme music for this.

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    1 comment

    • I agree with you folks about “Remo Williams” and “Tremors.” Both are good movies. I never read any of the Mac Boland books, although maybe I should. Unlike my sister Rox, I did like “Family Ties,” primarily because I had a crush on Meredith Baxter.