Nintendo Stock Stolen Again to Smite Streamer Stupidity – UNcivilized Banter #32 4/22/16

UNcivilized Banter is a long talk format show hosted by Rumandapples and Roshu which ranges in covering topics from gaming, pro wrestling, pop culture, movies, comic books, plus much more!

This episode contains thoughts on: Smite streamer leaves Hi-Rez after controversial comments about suicide, You Can Win Overwatch and a Headset, But You Might Have to Eat at Taco Bell, Nintendo stock stolen at A14 services, Indie Game Spotlight Beat Cop, Steam to accept Bitcoin, Microsoft discontinues Xbox 360, MTV is bringing Cribs back on Snapchat, Sony is adding 2 step verification 5 Years after PSN hack 2011, More StarCraft 2 Match Fixers Arrested by Korean Authorities, VR porn is coming to Las Vegas hotels, plus more!

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Rumandapples incorporates witty and hypnotizing Humor with sarcastic satire involving multiple topics to a almost neurotic pace guaranteed to make you laugh and question the very mind that created such things, creating various videos involving theory, sub culture and crazy bag deep concepts, laced with humor and sarcasm with dry wit and Psychotic usages of speaking. Rumandapples & RoshuGaming, have come together and created a gaming updates/opinion podcast called "Across the Pond" in 2014. The Rumandapples Show was developed in early 2014 and continues to grow in its popularity. Across The Pond was changed to Uncivilized Banter with Roshu returning to the co host seat with Rumandapples. Schedule For Weekly Shows: RAS: (Pre Recorded) Mon. Uncivilized Banter: Fri. (LIVE)

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