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The Leelah Alcorn Case

The Leelah Alcorn CaseBlendover Episode 152:

We look into the tragic story of Leelah Alcorn, a transgender girl who committed suicide at the age of 17, after her parents removing her from school, being sent to “corrective” therapy, & ultimately not being accepted by her mother and father. Also on this episode: Privatized Probation, Neill Blomkamp’s Alien, & The Walking Dead. Our Craniumelody band this episode is Break Science.

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Topics Discussed:

  • Shout-Outs and Other Remarks
  • The Leelah Alcorn Case
  • Debtors Prison and Private Probation Services
  • Break Science
  • Alien 5: Xeno
  • The Walking Dead
  • Zombie Apocalypse
  • WTF: Pandogs
  • WTF: Play-Doh Dicks!

BlendoveR is the “trendover” podcast, bringing you the news that the news isn’t covering. Presented by Greg Davies and Terr Ciavarra, we focus on topics that are not trending across the web and in the mainstream media, and have a knack accurate predictions of coming events, trends, and media coverage.

 


 

Shout-Outs and Other Remarks

Amy Vernon @ Twitter

Jennifer Wieda @ Reddit

Media Nox

So, let me get this straight…

The Origins of Progressive Music

TARDISblend

 


 

The Leelah Alcorn Case

An Ohio transgender teen’s suicide, a mother’s anguish

Leelah Alcorn @ Tumblr [Backup]

Leelah Alcorn: Even After Her Death, Parents Call Her A Boy, Say They Loved Their Son

Leelah Alcorn’s mother: ‘We loved him’

 


 

Debtors Prison and Private Probation Services

Court-Sanctioned Extortion by Private Probation Companies: Modern Debtors’ Prisons

Private Probation Services Penalize the Poor, New Report Says

QI L S12E08 XL

VIDEO: Innocent Americans Are Being Jailed Because They’re Too Poor To Pay Rising Court Costs

Wikipedia: Debtors’ prison

Wikipedia: Judicial Correction Services

Wikipedia: Private probation

 


 

Break Science

Break Science @ BandCamp

Break Science @ Amazon

Break Science @ Facebook

Break Science @ Last.fm

Break Science @ MySpace

Break Science @ SoundCloud

Break Science @ Twitter

 


 

Alien 5: Xeno

Neill Blomkamp’s ALIEN 5 Concept Art has stolen our hearts

Neill Blomkamp’s Secret Alien Movie Looks So Good We’re Furious

 


 

The Walking Dead

‘The Walking Dead’ Spin-Off: Is A Comic Book Companion In The Works?

 


 

Zombie Apocalypse

Ohio town threatens legal action against ‘zombie’ baby Jesus Nativity scene on man’s lawn

The science of ZOMBIES: Neuroscientists reveal the anatomy of the undead’s brain – and how to avoid becoming their dinner

Zombie Olfaction: Smells Like Undead Spirit

Zombie Nativity scene defies order

 


 

WTF: Pandogs

Police: Circus dyed dogs to pass off as pandas

 


 

WTF: Play-Doh Dicks!

Play-Doh Cake Playset Contains Penis-Shaped Tool; Parents Are Pissed

 


 

Recommended Listening:

  • Resistance March” by Break Science from the album Monolith Code

 


 

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]

Enigmatica Perfected

Enigmatica PerfectedBlendover Episode Fifty Five:

As US news ignores the NSA scandal & the UK mainstream screams about storms, Blendover turns to an area not getting enough coverage: problems in the health care systems on each side of the pond. We return to Elisa Lam with scenarios on what we believe happened based on the evidence. Later, Ridley Scott’s Prometheus 2 is discussed; & we dig into the cryptic tweet tantrums from Adam Sessler.

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Topics Discussed:

  • Shout Outs
  • Universal Health Care
  • The Elisa Lam Case
  • Lou Reed
  • KISS
  • Prometheus 2
  • Adam Sessler Tantrum and the Sony PS4 Review Event

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 The-TrukstoP.com), and Terr Ciavarra (Media Nox from medianox.bandcamp.com), we stray on to any topic that presents itself or wanders off onto its own tangent.

 


 

Shout Outs

Doctor Who Fans Against Cancer

 


 

Universal Health Care

NHS complaints revolution ‘needed’

Vermont is designing nation’s first universal health-care system

Wikipedia: Stafford Hospital scandal

 


 

The Elisa Lam Case

ELISA LAM VIDEO – Elevator Surveillance Footage

Clinical utility of a commercial LAM-ELISA assay for TB diagnosis in HIV-infected patients using urine and sputum samples

Elisa Lam and the “creepers”

Elisa Lam: Facts

Elisa Lam Time Stamp Disparity

Elisa Lam Updates?

Elisa Lam’s death ruled accidental

Hey /b/, can we talk about Elisa Lam?

The Mysterious Death of Canadian Elisa Lam

Outrageous Creepy Alert: Lam Elisa – Elisa Lam (Updated With Additional Video Footage of Elisa Lam)

Urine LAM-ELISA Poor At Diagnosing TB, Study Suggests (Aug. 27, 2009)

Wikipedia: Cecil Hotel (Los Angeles)

 


 

Lou Reed

Lou Reed, Seminal Figure in Rock Music, Leader Of Velvet Underground, Dies At 71

Lou Reed – Official Site

Lou Reed @ Amazon

Lou Reed @ Facebook

Lou Reed @ Wikipedia

 


 

KISS

KISS – Official Site

KISS @ Amazon

KISS @ YouTube

KISS @ Last.fm

KISS @ Facebook

KISS @ Twitter

KISS @ Wikipedia

 


 

Prometheus 2

Ridley Scott Says Prometheus 2 Is Still Happening

Wikipedia: Prometheus – Sequel

 


 

Adam Sessler Tantrum and the Sony PS4 Review Event

Adam Sessler and Polygon founder Arthur Gies tweet hints of impending “bad news” concerning the industry

Adam Sessler’s Freak Out is Indicative of a Rushed PS4 Launch

“I have heard nothing about MS or Sony restricting uploads/monetization.” Can we please take a step back from this Sessler/Polygon/”bad news” rumour?

Today, PlayStation Sent IGN an Interesting Message

 


 

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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]