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Jezablazing

JezablazingBlendover Episode Forty One:

We have updates on the Ryan Ferguson & Fred Steese cases, and look at the blazing wildfire at Mount Diablo. Later, we bring you the first sign of the “new scene” we’ve been looking for: an artist named Sully Dunn. We also debate whether laptops are dead, and have a look at the controversy being drummed up by Jezebel about Harley Quinn from Batman comics…

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Topics Discussed:

  • The Ryan Ferguson Case
  • The Fred Steese Case
  • Mount Diablo Wildfire
  • Sully Dunn
  • The Laptop is Dying
  • The Harley Quinn "Controversy"

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.

 


 

The Ryan Ferguson Case

PLEASE Help Free Ryan Ferguson – Facebook Group

Ryan Ferguson Update: Delayed Justice for Missouri man?

 


 

The Fred Steese Case

I-Team: Man Wrongly Convicted Tastes Freedom

 


 

Mount Diablo Wildfire

Morgan Fire: Spread of blaze has ‘stopped’ around 3,700 acres, fire official says

Mount Diablo wildfire triples in size

Wikipedia: Mount Diablo

 


 

Sully Dunn

Sully Dunn – Awkward Song About Quitting School – America’s Got Talent 2013

Sully Dunn @ SoundCloud

Sully Dunn @ Facebook

Sully Dunn @ Twitter

Sully Dunn @ YouTube

 


 

The Laptop Is Dying

The Laptop Is Dying

Student brings typewriter to class

 


 

The Harley Quinn "Controversy"

Comics Artist Lea Hernandez Tackles DC’s Controversial ‘Naked Harley Quinn With A Toaster’

DC Comics Contest: Draw a Naked Woman Committing Suicide

Jim Lee Weighs In On DC’s Controversial ‘Harley Quinn’ Artist Tryout Script

 


 

Music Featured:

  • Awkward Song About Quitting School” by Sully Dunn from his SoundCloud page

 


 

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]