Farmers Fridge is now selling salads in vending machines in Chicago and has a 5 star Yelp rating.
A chunk of the show drifted to video game business models of the future with hard drive space and online distribution in mind, spurred on by the announcement of Vietnamese game creator Dong Ngyen who is pulling his popular app, "Flappy Bird", which was designed with old school Mario themes. From that, we mention Payday 2, which is a first-person, 4 player co-op shooter where team mates break into banks and stores for million dollar pay offs. Check it out if your looking for a good game to get into. Me and my brother are trying to assemble a sold team to break bread with, feel me? We also talk Boarderlands 2, GTA V, The new UFC with the EA takeover. Before closing in the segment, we talk more about the business model big game developers are taking to make the most profits. We also talk game ratings for kids and trending TV shows.
Greg Slade joins us, and we reference G. Love and Special Sauce's song "Lay Down The Law". Click the song title to give it a listen, highly recommended. We start up on social communications: Aggressive facebook Interactions. We talk about how the brain registers information when browsing the web versus reading physical material such as books and magazines. Wired Magazine did an article a few years back that showed more scattered brain recognition patterns when heavily depending on strictly internet based sources. We explore why physical materials may be better for cognitive enhancement and in what ways. We then discuss taking positive action in our personal lives: Right speech, self motivation (cleaning, doing the laundry), cutting negative people out your life, establishing successful routines for organization.
The last and most intense story is at the closing, about a man from Bend, Oregon who caught the Bubonic Plague from his pet cat, ended up in a coma, and lost several limbs as a result. Doctors say he is lucky to be alive. Your not going to want to miss this story.