2PP099 – 16 March 2015

2pp_album_art_110x1101.jpgWe talk about all sorts of things—movies and movie going. That leads us to talking about Internet-related things. That, then, leads us on to how the Internet deals with groups like Isis. We’re not impressed with the response so far, and Arthur is particularly angry at the New Zealand Prime Minister sending NZ defence force personnel as “non combat” personnel there as “trainers”.

After we recorded, Arthur looked it up and Gold Class Cinema tickets in Auckland are about $25 each (around US$18.50), which makes it a little more than double the cost of a normal ticket. Food and beverages are extra.

Special Note: We’re about to have a major upgrade in our audio quality!

Everyone’s welcome to leave a comment (agree or disagree!).

Links for this episode:
What ISIS Really Wants by Graeme Wood – the article from The Atlantic that Arthur mentioned
Jason’s Blog
Arthur’s blog, podcasts and videos can be accessed here.

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One Response to 2PP099 – 16 March 2015

  1. Roger Green says:

    Just listened to about three months of these today. I tend to side with Jason re his trepidation re the efficacy of everything accessible on the phone device. It may not be easy to hijack a car electronically, but NBC News shows it isn’t that tough for the motivated person to wreak havoc.

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