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DogeTOR WhoBlendover Episode Forty Nine:

Blendover looks at Hannah Anderson, as she hits at critics on the internet (or did she?). In Belgium, we turn to a case of a transgender man has euthanasia approved due to botched surgery. We also examine the Silk Road shutdown, and the BitCoin Protests against the FBI. We close by looking at rumors on the upcoming 50th Anniversary episode of Doctor Who, & discuss those lost episodes…

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Topics Discussed:

  • The Hannah Anderson Case
  • Transgender Man Approved For Euthanasia
  • Evile
  • TOR, Silk Road, and Bitcoin
  • Doctor Who

BlendoveR is a fun, hard-hitting podcast where rules are regularly thrown out the window in favor of honest, open commentating opinions.  Presented by Greg Davies (cGt2099 from, and Terr Ciavarra (Media Nox from, we stray on to any topic that presents itself or wanders off onto its own tangent.



The Hannah Anderson Case

‘How do you know I wasn’t handcuffed?’ Hannah Anderson hits back at critics who questioned her ‘odd behavior’ after friend murdered her mom and brother – as she shows off new boyfriend



Transgender Man Approved For Euthanasia

Transgender Man Approved For Euthanasia Following Botched Gender Reassignment Surgery




Evile – Official Site

Evile @ Amazon

Evile @

Evile @ YouTube

Evile @ Facebook

Evile @ Twitter

Evile @ Tumblr

Evile @ Google+

Evile @ MySpace

Evile @ Encyclopedia Metallum

Evile @ Wikipedia



TOR, Silk Road, and Bitcoin

FBI pranked by furious Bitcoin users since Silk Road shutdown

FBI struggles to seize 600,000 Bitcoins from alleged Silk Road founder



Doctor Who

Doctor Who Missing Episodes – Available This Week (UPDATE)

McGann Stirs Up More 50th Rumours

Two Lost Doctor Who Episodes to be Made Available This Week, More on the Way



Music Featured:



Music used in the BlendoveR Intro Theme was performed and written by GOTHIC KNIGHTS
[Music and clips are copyright to respective owners, and are used under Fair Use]

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