While Steveocrates was out on assignment in Europe making an everlasting business proposal to an important executive at Love, Inc., Alberstotle and Paulato discuss the untimely tragic demise of Prince and, at least to us old fogies, great “pop” music. A & P then shoot the stuff on the S.F. Giants, umpbots and whatnots in baseball: should we introduce a robot umpire (or automated strike zone) or keep the occasionally erroneous human element behind home plate? A dose of politics is in order so Plaulato updates our (few) listeners on the recent primary election results and then reveals a talent of Carly Fiorina (aka Celine Dion’s doppelgänger): she can sing awfully creepy original children’s melodies. It is seriously disturbing. Beware kids. Finally, Alberstotle and Paulato conclude the show with a cosmically intense game of ASP Stuff Battles III! Who do you think will win? Lawrence Krauss the ferocious feline or Neil Degrasse Tyson the rumbling bear? You can vote below or by visiting our Twitter page!
“All Fall Down” @ http://www.purple-planet.com/home/4583818248
“Clarinet Quintet in A, K. 581 – Allegreto con variazioni” by Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart (Royalty free music. Public domain and copyright free classical music)
“Paco Wants A Taco” by ASP
“Creepy Fiorina” by Volition