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Borne from the ashes of the podcast formerly known as Robochode rises a greater phoenix. It burns with the intensity of three suns. It wears plumage as brightly colored as light filtered through a perfect prism. Rearing its head back, it readies its first words in years to echo across the hills and valleys for days on end:

"FUCK YOU BITCHES I'M BACK"

Binary Chode is here to stay, ladies and gentlemen, so you best be prepared.
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Binary Chode: Episode 8

There are several moments in this show where we gasp and than shake our heads in horror. Levi fields questions about both his ethnicity and religion, Clint assumes the worst thought about what his cohosts want to do with his kids, Jon sounds like a muppet drag queen from the 1960s, and Conor is (very) thankful that we donít have sponsors. You all have guest host Used Table (itís how Associated Press spells his name) to thank for that. †

Also, if you think thereís a better fit for what personality/mental disorder everyone has (Table included), let us know in the comments, on Twitter, Facebook, or carrier pigeon. And give us more questions, while youíre at it.

The opening theme is Cashflow by Beardfish. The closing theme is bitterfly by etc. Give them a listen if you like what you hear.

LINKS IN YA FACE:

A Murder Most Foul†(Wired)
Wikipedia's Personality Disorders
Wikipedia's Mental Disorders
The Google Burger†(ABC News)
Meat Glue†(KATU)
The Ostrich Flies In Daytime†(HuffPo)
Snuffy the Seal

And ask Table for his curated trio of images. He'll gladly give them to you. But he'll also take something from you. Something that you will sorely miss and will never get back.
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Fucking foreigners.

Did you notice that we barely talked about anything related to genitals last episode? On a subconscious level, the four of us did, so we're giving it to you in spades. In this episode, Clint points[font=monospace]†[/font]to the sea as a reason why women should swallow, Levi is introduced to over 9000 penises, Jon goes into a detailed history of the earliest examples of space watersports, and Conor has a super major hard on for Pacific Rim. By the way, if you don't want to hear stuff about that movie, you'll want to avoid 33:10-41:01. If the movie could be spoiled, we probably did so. But you already knew it was about giant robots.†

Here's the link to the episode page, and here's the direct link.


The opening theme is Cashflow by Beardfish. The closing theme is bitterfly by etc. Give them a listen if you like what you hear.†

LINKS IN YA FACE†
Squids know what does a body good (Scientific American)
Bat fellatio†
A thorough chronicle of astronaut pee (ABC News)
How space toilets work today
There's probably poop on the moon (Minute Physics / Smarter Every Day)
Face Palm Inducing Racism
Birds of Paradise are pretty weird, guys
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This episode is so many firsts. It's the first time we have a guest. (it's Tarvu, the Destructoid Forum's most beloved curmedgeon bird man). It's the first time we record in the morning instead of at night. The first time that Jon is late with editing because of wonderful personal news (he found a man and a couple bottles of wine). And the first time that the title of the episode has absolutely nothing to do with what you'll be listening to. Luckily, someone screen captured the moment when Google Docs turned into the worst game ever. Another episode title considered for this show: "Goddamnit, Levi."

You should also check out the episode page itself since a pretty big portion of the discussion involves a website that would probably get the post banned if it linked directly.

The opening theme is Cashflow by Beardfish. The ending theme is bitterfly by etc. Give them a listen if you like what you hear.

LINKS IN YA FACE

Labiaplasty, Part 1
The Scary New Butt Beauty Trend
Why Asteroid Mining is Necessary
Paintballs May Deflect an Oncoming Asteroid
Keeping the Standard Kilogram from Gaining Weight is a Constant Struggle
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New year, same shenanigans. We get ready to molt our 2012 exoskeletons by taking a look at some of the coolest (and uncoolest) things that happened last year in science. We also talk about stem cells appearing in places they probably shouldn't be. Then, animal sex, like we promised. Another name for this episode could be "Conor mouth breathes and reacts to things." Because he does. A lot.

iTunes: https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/binary-chode/id583589139?mt=2
RSS: http://binarychode.podbean.com/feed/

Also for the new year, a new opening theme. Let us know how you feel about Cashflow by Beardfish. Our ending theme is still bitterfly by etc.

LINKS IN YA FACE

In the flesh, the embedded dangers of untested stem cell cosmetics

Baby grows 2-inch feather from neck

27 Science Fictions that became science facts in 2012

Sex patterns in the animal kingdom

Clownfish are all born male

Like a pantheon of animal dicks
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Here's episode three, folks!

Merry Christmas everyone! At first, we thought this would be a bonus episode. Then Jon started editing it and realized that it was nearly an hour long, so it's worthy of being called Episode 3 instead of a b-side or something. However, keep in mind that we're all just shooting whatever shit comes at the top of our heads. No google doc was harmed in the making of this episode.

This week, we talk about the toys and games we played as kids that influenced why we like science, technology, and sci-fi. In the process, we learn that Levi was a mad scientist, Conor accuses Jon of having no business talking about science, and Clint's kids are budding scientists in the sense that they really like experimenting with themselves. Just your typical Monday banter.

If you like the music snippets that you heard, give Suck City by Black Math and bitterfly by etc. the full listen.

LINKS IN YA FACE

Mr. Wizard is a dick.

The opening to Beakman's World

Fox to revamp acclaimed science series 'Cosmos' with Neil DeGrasse Tyson











We did not deliver on our promise that it gets better. But we're okay with that. In this episode, we dive into the latest development in the search for sasquatch, where vampires come from, and then try to sell each other some snake oil panaceas. In addition, Clint tells a lot of stories about growing up in Georgia. And his GI problems.

Oh hey, this is a long episode. Like, two hours long. You might want to pause somewhere along the way before you get sick of us, but it's totally your call.

Visit the website for links to the RSS Feed, iTunes subscription, or to stream or download directly. And follow @BinaryChode on Twitter if you haven't done so already.


If you like the music snippets that you heard, give Suck City by Black Math and bitterfly by etc. the full listen.

LINKS IN YA FACE

Photos of the elusive skunkape
The guy who broke the Bigfoot story early and what the story actually was
Scientific American interviews the guy who unearthed the Hobbit (Homo florensiensis)
Survivor Man talks about Bigfoot
Bear Grylls hops across some lava, kind of
Matt Kaplan - Medusa's Gaze and Vampire's Bite
Journal of Neurology explains vampire symptoms
How to use garlic to cure yeast infections, tobacco as a bee sting remedy and toothpaste remedies gone wrong
Keys to the internet