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The Chris and Sam Podcast
33 minutes | Sep 24, 2022
Summary This week Chris talks about his Facebook getting hacked and what the sneaky hackers got up to. Sam had the energy study people around this week. Find out what they got up to. Chris gives his review of the latest predator movie prey. The Mexican cartels really know how to find a way to make money. This time it is with water. A racist flag turns out not to be as bad as first thought. In our food section this week we have a delivery robot going wherever it wants to and a food app that gets you cheap food from cafes. Find out about the Behind the Bastards episode about Thomas Clarence. All this and so much more. Come have a listen. Tell a friend. Links 2.5 million Ants Per Person Prey Mexican cartel moving into water Racist flag not what it seems Food delivery robot goes into crime scene Foodprint Food app to get cheap cafe food Thomas Clarence - Behind the Bastards Podcast Episodes Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
29 minutes | Sep 10, 2022
Elevator Slapping Time
Summary Welcome along to another podcast. This week we talk about: A crazy thing our podcast did since changing hosts. Chris had to work 2 jobs a bit this week. But now has one, and is very happy about it. Sam gives an update on what the Temple View Temple was like. We learned what the podcast Lords of Soccer is about. JK Rowling gets a mention for all the wrong reasons. Texas has a law for schools that is strange to begin with and then don't want to stick by it. Smuggling tobacco into NZ is big business. We learn just how much is being smuggled and caught. In our science section of the podcast we talk about the MOXIE experiment and getting more blood into your oxygen. Is Alexa onto a new money making thing with poop songs. And we talk about a man slapping people after being stuck in a elevator. All this and much more. Links MOXIE Experiment Making Oxygen Injectable Alexa's New Money Making Idea Elevator Slapping Man Tobacco Smuggling into NZ Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
31 minutes | Sep 3, 2022
Summary This week learn about Chris' exciting work news and what that means for what he is currently doing. Sam got some people excited from BRANZ. We learned that we got duped last week. Find out what we talked about that was wrong. We've been asked to act in a short film. What does this mean and how do we feel about it? Kevin Hart is opening a new restaurant. For people that want to feel like they are eating meat, but aren't. Sam's keen to get a small black hornet drone, but for what exactly? Tupperware is leaving NZ. Chris has memories of the parties from back in the day. Will Armageddon be on this year in Auckland? We're not sure. A regional airline has come out with a deal that sounds really good. But is it? And Sam is heading off to an open night at the Mormon temple. All this and so much more. Links Kevin Harts new restaurant Black hornet drones Tupperware leaving NZ Armageddon problems this year Sounds Air Flight Deal Temple View Open Night Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
32 minutes | Aug 27, 2022
Summary This weeks episode is packed with content. Find out what's wrong with the tea Chris has been drinking. Find out why Sam is doing a sleep test. We have a new listener, if they can work out the podcasting app. We learn about the hunger stones and why they have appeared. Slime the nitrate monster has come to run for a local body election. What do the stand for? Sam triggered his emergency notification thing on his phone. He didn't even know he had it setup. Kid identifying as cats are now a thing at some schools. Will they show anything as a sport on TV? Yes it appears so. we learn about the excel championships. All this and so much more. Come have a listen and share it with a friend. Links Hunger Stones Make an Appearance Children Identifying as Cats Excel Championships Slime the Nitrate Monster Metas New Chat Bot Doesn't Like Creepy Overlord DOC Urges People to Leave their Pets at Home Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
29 minutes | Aug 20, 2022
It's Splooting Time
Summary This week we have an update on how the podcast host move went. And Chris has a new life experiment which seems to be working out well for him. An Aliexpress seller has annoyed Sam this week. We talk about the suitcases in the news this week. SCOMO gets a mention. What's the deal with a co-pilot jumping out of a plane? And why is a Tesla fan doing his own experiment of trying to hit a child? More IRS agents are needed. With deadly force on the cards. And we learn all about splooting squirrels and what other animals sploot. All this and more packed into 28 minutes and 42 seconds. Links Splooting Animals Grisly suitcase find SCOMO and Portfolios Co-Pilot Jumps out of Plane Tesla Fan to Conduct Own Test More IRS Agents Needed Scottish Group Appoints Mas as First Ever Period Dignity Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
30 minutes | Aug 13, 2022
Summary In this latest episode we cover all the things you need to know about. Find out about our plans to change podcast hosting and what that means. Chris went to the Dr's this week. Find out where they examined him. The Tesla Model Pi is an actual thing. We learn what a knife missile is and what it can do and who it took out this week. Trumps raided by the FBI. What for and how hard is it to get that done? Chris recommends his favourite period drama this week. And we talk about the famous people that died this week. Links Tesla Model Pi Diner discovers dinosaur footprints Knife Missile Explained Trump raided by the FBI Pride and Prejudice and Zombies Wildfire Started by Man Killing Spider Nichelle Nichols Died Olivia Newton-John Died Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
32 minutes | Aug 6, 2022
Lost Body in the Mail
Summary: This week we find out how Sam went at the Dr's and where he's started to volunteer. Chris had some time off from work. Learn what he's been up to. We learn about Saudi Arabia and it's a new idea for a city. Sneaky scammers are around. And we bring you not one, not two, but three interesting Kickstarter projects. All this and so much more. Packaged into 30 minutes of magic for your brain. Links Saudi Arabia's Plan for a New City Kickstarter – Abacus Computer Kickstater – PODMKR Kickstarter – Focus Timer Lost body still missing after 3 years Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
32 minutes | Jul 30, 2022
Finger Snapping Time
Summary We are back this week. We talk about what we've been up to. This episode is a real mixed bag. We learn of 2 huge playgrounds being built in NZ. Did a chess robot really go on a rampage? Or was a kid just a bit impatient? Opossum world is closing. Find out how we feel about that. What is CANZUK and why does Chris like it so much? If you lost a lot of bitcoin. What lengths would you go to to find it? All this and so much more. Come check it out. Links First all inclusive playground for NZ being built in Hamilton Chess robot breaks child's finger New planes for the Air Force Opossum World Closing Down CANZUK Auckland's ‘Robot Llama' shortlisted for an architectural award Motorsport to end at Pukekohe Christopher Luxon and his Social Media account Netflix Goof in Resident Evil Show High Court Case over Foam Tyres Man Tries to Find his Missing Bitcoin Weird Kmart Packaging Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
28 minutes | Jul 16, 2022
Parasitic Brain Worms
Summary Episode 387 is here. We powered through some technical difficulties to bring you this audio gold. This week we cover: The giant savage snails that can cause brain problems. How did Indian scammers scam Russian punters? And what's up with a Chinese ice-cream that doesn't melt? BMW has decided to start charging micro transactions for basic car functions. Which seems crazy to us. Mark Hamill replies to a tweet about Hamilton named after him. Caffeinated water is now a thing. And we talk about a mini pixel artboard that's on Kickstarter. Links Giant Savage Snails Indians Scam Russian Punters Mark Hamill – Founder of Hamilton Chinese Ice Cream that Doesn't Melt Caffeinated Water for the Health Conscious BMW to Charge a Monthly Fee for Heated Seats Minbay Pixel Artboard Kickstarter Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
33 minutes | Jul 9, 2022
Don’t Hold It In
Summary In the latest episode of the podcast you're going to learn a lot. L&T is coming back. That's right. A drink you've probably never heard of it making a comeback. We talk about electric scooter racing and why we think it's awesome. And we explain how big wave surfing is judged. Who visited Chris this week? We cover some big companies in NZ doing some cool stuff. And a Brazilian influencer got into some medical issues by not farting. Turns out she's not the only one. All of this and more. Come listen and tell a friend. Links Electric Scooter Racing L&T is Coming Back Biggest Waves in the World are Judged How? Online Pastor Liked Someone at Starbucks From Zero to $40 Million – FileInvite Story Qual IT Sold Offshore Brazlian Influencer Wheelchair Bound Can't use the Word Wheta Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
33 minutes | Jul 2, 2022
What’s Up Scumbag
Summary In this week's episode. Chris gets all the US news out of his system. Find out about Trump and the Secret Service. And Rudy being assaulted while giving a speech. Sam got back from a trip to New Plymouth which means trips to museums. Find out what the highlights were for him. Windows 98 is still going strong… in space. Find out what got and update his week. We learn about Fat Bastard Pies and their plans for a subscription service. All this and so much more. Links TATATM Museum Rocket Labs Moon Mission Rudy Giuliani Assaulted Fat Bastard Pies Fake Navy Seal Roe VS Wade Craziness Windows 98 update in space Wrong flag at KISS concert Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
31 minutes | Jun 25, 2022
Learning to Walk Again
Summary We get an update on what's going on with Sam's car repairs this week. And Chris has been learning to walk again. Find out what that means. Arepa's smart drink is expanding into new markets and has large companies keen to buy them out. NZ is going to be hit by a CO2 shortage. What does this mean and where were we getting our CO2 from? We talk about clothes that grow. Which looks pretty special, if you get what we mean. Christchurch council is embracing school e-sports which is great to see. We cover a dumb way of delivering drugs. An E-bike for surfers and a podiatrist that didn't know what they were doing. All of this and so much more in this week's episode. Have a listen, let us know what you think. Links Worlds greatest con podcast Tauranga podiatrist deformed patients feet Arepa Smart Drink Expanding CO2 Shortage to hit New Zealand Mobile Drug Delivery E-Bike for Surfers Christchurch Council Embracing E-Sports Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
30 minutes | Jun 18, 2022
The Elephant Hates You
Summary This week we have your randomness technology and life. Sam got rear ended this week and the people took off. He's getting it fixed already due to the insurance company having their own repair shop. What does a R15 Wiggles show mean? We have no idea. We cover the latest in AI. Who want creepy images made for them by a computer? We do. Apparently there is a shortage of tampons and one person has the reason why. Transgender people. They also have a special take on global warming An elephant really didn't like an old lady. Find out what it did after it killed her. A bunch of kids and adults were given floor sealant instead of milk. How does that happen? And some guy was sick of buying shoes so got some tattooed on his feet. Which looked stupid and we're not sure it made any sense. All this and much more. Some check it out. Links Wiggles R15 Show DALL.E AI Image Tool Sentinent AI Tampon Shortage Explained Global Warming is Good for Us? Floor Sealent Given Instead of Milk Man Tattoos Shoes on his Feet Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
34 minutes | Jun 11, 2022
Nighttime Solar Panel
Summary Chris has been busy this week with opportunities being thrown at him from all fronts. He also gives us his in depth review of Top Gun Maverick. Sam went to a funeral since the last episode. And made a big mistake while at the after function. Find out what happened. Big congratulations to friend of the podcast Guy Pigdon. He picked up best oceanic actor award in Amsterdam. On the tech front this week we learn about solar panels that work at night. And the new accessory that will be coming with the electric Ford F150. We learn about some crazy gun facts. What is Morbius and why is it coming back? We learn about Madonna's latest art project which is NSFW. And will World Chase Tag be coming to Hamilton? We hope so. Find out how and why this is happening and how you can help. All this and much more all wrapped up in audio goodness for you to enjoy. Remember to share with a friend. Links Solar panel that works at night Ford F150 to have Tesla charging cable Morbius is coming back Madonna's latest art project World Chase Tag – Boosted Sport Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
29 minutes | May 28, 2022
Summary Our weekly catch up with wonky internet this time. Fun for everyone. We talk about one of NZ's top youtubers. A guy that's been around almost since the start and you might not have heard of him. A cyclist almost loses an eye at the podium. We talk about a couple of helicopter records set many years ago and how crazy they were. Sticking with the record theme. A teenager in Auckland attempts to set a new world record for the most LEGO train carriages. Japans plans of dumping nuclear waste into the ocean might not be safe. Who knew. A man travels a crazy distance to go on a Tinder date. Another week which means more shootings in America. This time at a school. And we cover what a pair of kleptomaniac cats bring back home. After forming a gang to prowl the streets of Tauranga. All this and much more. So come and have a listen to the best podcast around. Covering randomness, technology and life every single week. Links Top NZ YouTuber Helicopter records set LEGO train record broke in NZ Japan might not be allowed to dump their nuclear waste into the ocean Longest Tinder date distance travelled More shootings in the US Kleptomaniac Cats Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
30 minutes | May 21, 2022
No Deeper than Knee Height
Summary In this week's episode, find out who was having an interesting interaction at the post shop. And just how did Chris get home after work? We cover Adam's Birthday Movie Night. Always an enjoyable time. How many people are dying from sand collapses? More than you think it seems. We cover the Zoom job expo and just how it failed. What are their plans for it now? A seaglider demo has come out. Sam still isn't convinced this is a good idea. We celebrate the man who rescued a toddler in Kazakhstan this week. And we talk a little about kiwifruit licenses. All this and so much more. Come check it out and let us know what you think. Links The Thing Outland Sand collapses – No Deeper than Knee Height Zoom Job Expo Fails Digger Ram Raid – Nothing stolen Seaglider Demo has come out Kazakhstan toddler rescue Kiwifruit licenses Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
30 minutes | May 14, 2022
Summary How does one mistake a woman for a hippo? Well we're not sure but that's the reasoning of a man in South Africa recently. Locally a man and son are found not guilty of chopping off an intruders finger. What led them to do this. Smoking can be hazardous for your health especially if you are flying a plane it seems. The worlds most remote post office is hiring for it's next season. What does this job entail and what would you get paid? We have the story of woman who loves her cat so much she's found a way to make sure she can rent a house with it. We're not so sure it is a good plan. A pet duck solves a murder case. And a woman drops her phone down the toilet. What happens next is amazing. All this and much more in this weeks podcast. Come check it out and tell a friend. Links Black South African Shoots woman he mistakes for a hippo Father and son not guilty of chopping off robbers finger Smoking on plane causes it to crash Worlds most remote post office hiring What to do if you want to rent with a cat Olivia Wile Served Papers Pet duck solves murder Woman drops phone down toilet Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
30 minutes | May 7, 2022
Replace the Pie
Summary This week check in and find out how we are doing. Sam is over some sickness and Chris hurt his back. We talk about the US banning menthol cigarettes and why they do that. A millionaire got off a speeding ticket, find out just how quick he was going. Tourist take home the wrong souvenir. Local company Rocket Lab did something awesome with their booster rockets this week. We ponder if all city counsellors are dumb. The US army replaces a pie after 77 years which seems crazy, and we're very lucky we don't have bears in NZ. All this and so much more. Come along and have a listen. Links Millionaire gets of speeding ticket Tourists take home the wrong souvenir Rocket lab catching a booster rocket with a helicopter Whangamata lost vacuum cleaner US Army Replaces Pie After 77 Years Lucky we don't have bears in NZ Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
34 minutes | Apr 30, 2022
Summary This week Sam was sick and had to deal with the Stats NZ people, find out how that went. Chris busts out an impression this week, see if he nailed it or not. We cover a bunch of TV shows and a movie we've watched recently. Sam went down a rabbit hole of 911 conspiracy theories and found a new one he hadn't heard before. Royalty auctions are a thing. Find out how much one for Listerine is going for. Finding out if you have covid could be as easy as coughing into a phone app. And a Canadian wellness guru gets in trouble for doing a Haka on top of a sacred mountain in Bali. All this and much more. Links Run Yellow Jackets Severance 911 Conspiracy theory – directed energy weapon How long is too long in solitary confinement Royalty Auctions – Listerine Covid app test Canadian wellness guru gets in trouble Pokie losses in the Waikato per day Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
34 minutes | Apr 23, 2022
Birds Aren’t Real
Summary This week Sam is tired, and Chris went to get his puncture sorted out in Frankton. Find out how that wen. A makeshift school bell that seemed good for many years finally exploded, find out what it was. The once famous jetpack made right here in NZ is for sale. Without anything that can make it go. Seems like people want it. And a new form of transport is apparently coming to NZ in the next 3 years. Even if it is just an idea right now. Netflix seems to be stuffing up. Birds aren't real. We find out about the back story behind this movement. And when you are promoting a new book you might as well have a testicle tanning dude in a video. All this and much more. So come check it out. Links Jetpack for sale New mode of transport coming to NZ Netflix and their problems Birds aren't real Testicle tanning for book promo Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
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