Where does the land of the tweet and home of the fake go from here? Can either party get it straight? Plus the Brewers uncover proof of a shark cyclone, explore the joys of a Snowflake test, and more . . . listen.
Wikileaks outs the CIA’s spying tools, complete with secret code names. But who is being played, the CIA or us? And more . . . listen.
The Brew Crew has the answers or at least the answers history and the courts have provided. What’s the deal with Milo . . . again? The Brew addresses that massive hole he dug for himself. And what’s American border enforcement without mad-cow patrol stopping a horse genital invasion? A lighter brew for you.
Sometimes the world brews it for you. The Brew Crew contemplates a heaping cup of bitterness and hatred. But wait . . . who is hating who? The brewers also have an update on the famous Potcast and the price of weed.
The Brew Crew dives into the controversial mess that is protest theatrics. And a quick update to the Dakota Access Pipeline. Plus, “Who wants to kill Bigfoot?”, “Is that a bug in your brain or are you just glad to see me?” The hosts end with a top ten list.
Is the Brew Crew mixing up the facts or mixing oil and water? Our hosts examine the latest ripple near the waters of the Standing Rock Sioux nation. Also in this podcast award season for the movies, dealing through the drive-thru and an update Trump’s first 100 days.
The Brew team examines Trump’s plans big and small. 11th Hour Brew has begun tracking the president’s plans with our own scorecard. We serve you as the guard against tyranny, or whatever. Can you handle the truth?
The Brewers set the cast to auto brew . . . wait, it’s too soon. However, the advances in autonomous vehicle technology are coming faster than the mean lifetime of a Higgs’ boson–1.56×10−22 s–very fast. We are sharing the road with AI now. Is it AOK or will we be SOL? #HackMyRide
The Brew Crew explores a life without leaving one’s home. Is our society headed there? What can one accomplish from home? Will our needs be met?
It’s time to “11th Hour brew” up some controversy, as our hosts wade into the murky waters surrounding the Dakota Access oil pipeline protests, where a gas station is okay, but a pipeline isn’t. It may not be as easy to understand as it would seem on the surfaced. Rob Artigo and Paul Moore will explain. Also, in this podcast, the electoral college just did what? How dare they do their jobs, and Rogue One’s true audience is getting a lesson called Star Wars 101. Disney has a good reason for going rogue in China Town.
The Brewers mix up a batch of controversial grog. Our hosts attempt to see the forest for the trees through all of the illegal pot grows. They break down some of the details of the new law in California. What does legalization mean? Are there some frightening downsides. This brew boils . . . our hosts don’t agree.
In the latest brew cast, Rob Artigo and Paul Moore discuss the rivalry between India and China as one nation seeks to get rolling while the other looks to solidify its dominance. Which country will be a better trading partner in the coming decades? The brew’s lighter topics include; freezing your wives and mother for future use, and email-mageddon. Will your secret life be exposed like Hillary’s?