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Episode 104: My Senses Are There, My Balls Are Not Inert, Lock & Load, Let's Go!

It's Monday again, and it's time once more for a new episode of the ESH podcast.

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I hope you guys and gals from the land of ESH had a happy and safe holiday weekend. I know I did, and I'm pretty sure that Panda did. Today we have another NinJa/Panda podcast episode where NinJa goes a bit in depth on the video game GRID and Panda shares some of her first impressions on the Diablo 3 announcement. It's a nearly all video game fun-packed episode, that you should totally pick up right now.

Don't believe me, here are some of the titles we decided not to use that came from the episode:

  • Do You Question My Skills? (When don't I?)
  • You Shouldn't Rape Your Tech They Can't Say "No."
  • The Story of a Ninja Called Spanky
  • ESHDog Cannot Be Controlled
  • Lik eSands In an Hourglass, These Are The Races of Our Lives
  • Ive Got Anal Leakage, But I'm Not Anxious About It.
  • When ESHMom Ain't Happy, Ain't Nobody Happy
  • Omnipotent Does Not Equal Omniscient
  • Never Trust Cheese That Doesn't Melt
  • In Diablo 4, He Fights That Super Boxer From Russia
  • If She's Got Multiple Boobies, Who's Looking At Her Face?
  • If You Think That Anal Leakage Is Bad, Guess What Her Armpits Do
  • Is It Time For A WoW Siesta?
  • WoW Craves, Diablo Saves Saves
  • and
  • Coming Soon: Smackdown! Diable VS Bobby Flay

It's a good episode, so grab your coffee and enjoy ESH podcast episode 104: My Senses Are There, My Balls Are Not Inert, Lock & Load, Let's Go!

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Rochelle "NinJaSistah" Hinds and Amanda "Pandalicious" Britton are the founders of ElectricSistaHood (ESH), and co-host of the network's flagship podcast, the ESH Cast. For nearly a decade, they have focused their journalistic efforts on video games and anime. That's - as the kids say these days - what's up.