Ashley & Sam welcome a guest to the show this week: the technology miscreant and generally decent guy Seb. Everyone takes delight in continuing to crap on RIM, ponder why Steve Jobs loves the show so much from his cryogenic chamber beneath Cupertino, and attempt to start a fight with those thieves** over at The Verge. We also discuss the Nexus tablet (if there IS one), Google’s inevitable plateau on devices activated per day, and RIM turning away Amazon’s buy inquiry so they could fix their problems on their own. Mostly because they’re super great at fixing them thus far!

Grab bag stories include flesh eating TV hosts, a two-headed baby, and the amazing and heartwarming story of two RIM executives who got drunk on a plane. Happy fucking Holidays!

**Just kidding, Verge dudes. You know we love you. But seriously, stop reading our minds. It’s freaking us out a little bit.

 

Here’s the fan art we got the other day from Lonex:

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Sam and Ashley talk about riding someone else’s sex tape coattails, the Jakarta BlackBerry riot, and why the PlayStation VITA keeps on failing. Also, Steve Jobs calls in from the Cupertino Cryo Catacombs, and a man in strange clothing shows up at the LHC.

Sam saw Twilight: Breaking Dawn.

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Techfoolery Podcast #11 is now available for your listening pleasure!

It’s time for the eleventh TF podcast — welcome back Ashley Esqueda & Sam Caplat as they get geeky with all manner of tech and naked Russian taxi cab drivers.

 

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Techfoolery Podcast #10 is now available for your listening pleasure!

It’s time for the tenth podcast — yes, there have been 9 before it. If the audio sucks, blame Ashley. She edited it.

Also welcome a guest co-host today: Sam Caplat! All the way from the UK, folks. Get ready for some terrible British accents by Ashley!

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Our ninth podcast: The Techfoolery Podcast #9

It’s time again for the podcast! Ashley may have lost track, but’s number nine! One more and it will be 10! Next it will be 11, and on and on until we expire.

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