Wednesday, January 26, 2011

The Jan 21, 2011 GRB Show

Hey guys thanks for hanging out with us and celebrating my birthday. Thanks for all the Happy Birthday wishes and tweets. It was very nice of you.

Well if memory serves me right and if I didn't time warp to bad heres the stuff we chatted about.

Don't forget this months mag is dedicated to Pancreatic Cancer awareness and if your interested in more information please see the link provided. The National Cancer Institute

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As usual we will see you on the flip side.

Shane and Tori

Starbucks smartphone payment plain.
The app displays a barcode on the phone's screen. The customer then holds the phone in front of the scanner, which reads the barcode and processes the sale against his or her prepaid Starbucks account
According to Starbucks, this payment option is available at the company's 6,800 U.S. stores, plus more than 1,000 Target locations. The Starbucks app is available for many iPhone, Android and BlackBerry models.
Over the next few years, we'll see retailers, credit card companies and other major players experiment with new approaches to mobile payments, point-of-sale discounts or upgrades

Size doesn't matter but according the new Trenta it does. It's capacity holds more than the average human stomach 
wireless TV’s, Hulu, Netflix

Continuously re-marketing based on new technology
According to the listing on Amazon, the 9-disc Blu-ray set, which includes all six Star Wars films and three discs with more than 30 hours of special features, will launch September 27

·      Holy woolly bully Batman a Woolly Mammoth Cloning? 
      A team of Japanese, Russian, and American scientists based out of Japan's Kyoto University is working to clone a big hairy beast from the Earth's last ice age. If a cloned embryo can be created, we need to discuss, before transplanting it into the womb, how to breed [the mammoth] and whether to display it to the public. After the mammoth is born, we'll examine its ecology and genes to study why the species became extinct and other factors

Michael Isabelle, Plane Passenger, Punches Flight Attendant When Blocked By Food Cart 

Michael Isabelle of Massachusetts started the mayhem around 6am on an American Airlines flight from Rio de Janeiro. Isabelle kicked the cart repeatedly until it fell over and punched the hapless flight attendant, Carlos Carrico, in the stomach.

Don't forget Tori's Challenge

"Ring it up..."

Coming to You Sooner then Later

Monday, January 17, 2011

Friday, January 7, 2011

Show TBD

Hi guys, Happy New Year! We have our new "special edition" mag up and have been working on some stuff, so we can have a show soon.
So in the meanwhile sit back, relax and take a walk through our blog and catch up with us while listen to the show.

We also have our first non-usable dinners club card. Thank you monkey management your the greatest!

Thanks for hangout with us and we'll catch ya on the flip side.