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Death Switch IgnitionBlendover Episode Thirty Five:

The fallout from the Hannah Anderson kidnapping is sure to become a circus again: with a lot of unanswered questions prompting accusations of “victim-shaming”. The unusual yet murderous “train massacre” story from India that is getting ZERO coverage, while we see more disastrous news for Microsoft, and take a glance at an actor with a realistic shot at being the next Batman…

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Topics Discussed:

  • Doctor Who
  • Australian Murdered In Duncan, OK
  • The Hannah Anderson Kidnapping
  • Indian Train Massacre
  • Al-Jazeera Issues
  • Hank3
  • Microsoft
  • Superman/Batman

BlendoveR is a fun, hard-hitting pod-cast 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.



Doctor Who

Doctor Who fans in ageism row as they dub Peter Capaldi ‘too old’ to play the Time Lord

Don’t be a daft Dalek! Peter Capaldi is NOT too old or ugly to star in Doctor Who!

Will Young, Female Doctor Who Fans Tune in for 55-Year-Old Peter Capaldi?



Australian Murdered In Duncan, OK

Australian Christopher Lane Slain in Duncan, OK

Just to clarify…



The Hannah Anderson Kidnapping

Investigators Find Letters From Hannah Anderson, More Creepy Evidence At Kidnapping Suspect’s California Home

Kidnap teen Hannah Anderson exchanged texts, letters with her abductor James DiMaggio

People Are Victim-Blaming Hannah Anderson, and It’s Depressing as Hell



Indian Train Massacre

Speeding train kills dozens in India



Hank Williams III aka Hank3

Hank3 @ Amazon

Hank3 – Official Site

Hank3 @

Hank3 @ Facebook

Hank3 @ Twitter

Hank3 @ YouTube

Hank3 @ Wikipedia




Microsoft Downscales Xbox One 2013 Launch to 13 Markets

Microsoft Is Sitting On Six Million Unsold Surface Tablets




Christopher Nolan recommends Wes Bentley for Batman



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]