So um, remember how in our last show we said we weren’t going to have a show this week… SURPRISE! The stars were in alignment and things came together for us and we were able to sit down and record for what we thought would be a short show – which means that this was actually a long show…
Since nobody told us to stop – we didn’t and kick off the news this week with more F1 talk.
Red Bull is under the FIA’s microscope, Sebastian Vettel gets penalized and slid down to fifth giving Jenson Button his second best race of the season. With Lewis Hamilton coming to the end of his contract with Vodafone McLaren Mercedes – will he stay with the team of move on?
Moving on to the other sports story of the week – we missed NBC’s coverage of the Opening Ceremony and instead downloaded the BBC’s coverage – what a difference when folks covering the ceremony don’t feel the need to narrate the ceremony!
As with all Olympics in recent history, security is a big deal at this year’s summer games, but could banning London’s hydrogen busses be one of those over the top rules? What about banning WiFi hotspots?
Patricia is stoked about Ikea’s 2013 calendar… Here’s why:
Don’t you just hate it when you lock you keys in your car? Your prototype car? That’s in the desert?