Well Played #12 4/20/2018 - Pistol Pete and Magic Mike are logging on to bring you another episode of Well Played!
Join the guys as they talk about the new battle royale game Radical Heights, an 80’s style King Of The Hill multiplayer game. Can it compete against the likes of PUBG and Fortnite? Tune in to hear their opinion.
The guys are joined by YouTuber Glink as he talks about the differences of being a YouTube content creator as opposed to Twitch and other broadcasting services. He also talks about some of his biggest influences and what drives him to make new content everday.
Catch our favorite segment Games That Shouldn't Be Games as they bring you TWO games that should not exist. Tune in to Well Played!
The Rotonda #110 6/12/2017 - According to Tyler and Ryan, it seems that even in a growing, progressing world, that sometimes we as humans are our own worst enemies. Perfect example was that there was an accident in Amsterdam where a car crashed into a train station. Even though it wasn't a terrorist attack but when people first heard it, it sounded like a terrorist attack due to past incidents (see Manchester, London, Nice, OSU). and people (especially media) were reacting too fast before all the information has been gathered. Not to mention that there has been an uprising of left extremism that is plaguing college campuses and it's getting to the point where it could fall under domestic terrorism.
Joining the show are a couple of special guests. First is Mike Smith, GOP candidate for RI Senate District 13, to talk about the current economic state of small businesses in Rhode Island (especially in the town of Newport), and how Governor Gina Raimondo is more focused on helping bigger corporations as well astaking the tourist income generated by Newport and putting it into Providence instead.
Then Youtuber Glink joins the show to talk about what is happening over at Evergreen State in Washington where liberal students extremists are forcing the campus to shut out white people to prove a point as well as forcing their own political ideologies while using means of imitations and terror (i.e. hunting down those who disagree with them with baseball bats). Glink and Tyler then discuss on how the left are literally going out of their way to decry everything racist and forcefully try to silence the opposition instead of having a calm, open debate.
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