Posted By Austin Yorski about 1 year ago
BT Podcast 30: The French Elvis Pimp, 8.7 out of 10 based on 13 ratings
Haters don’t know about Reggie’s hoes. Or his prostitutes, for that matter.
Phallic poltroons and pedos in positions of power.
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Austin Yorski is a jack-of-all-trades around BT. He goes by Austin or Yorski (but not both) and has a degree in literature/religion from Florida State University. Also, he can collect all 120 stars in Super Mario 64 whilst blindfolded.
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On the VGAs, I’m with Austin, I don’t like them, but I am interested in the nominees and winners; recognition is recognition, even if its on a show with terrible, insulting and unfunny skits, and horribly unfitting guests.
Hey! By the title, I thought Benzaie was going to be in this episode!
Aw I was hoping for more Molyneux bashing, especially on Godus. The balls on that guy thinking he can get a game out in seven to nine months which would be like anything promised on the kickstarter page.
We live in a time when you are glad that you can play the game you bought offline…
Why have democratic voting at all if you say that some peoples opinions doesn’t matter? there’s also the issue of trying to avoid becoming technocratic? I think we as much as possible try to not be governed by elites because otherwise why not go back to monarchy or theocracy?
The only ‘big’ games I can think of that are new IP to this gen and are solely single player are Valkyria Chronicles and The World Ends With You, and even then I’m not totally sure they don’t have some weird unused multiplayer aspect everyone forgot (and TWEWY obviously has features that utilize other players even if it’s not truly multiplayer). And they aren’t really Triple A games strictly speaking.
For some reason the new episode always seems to be up just when I need it.
BT podcast is like a mistress whose always there in the house willing to pleasure you when you expect to need her.
Which would explain why the title is about a pimp.
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