E is for Escape From New York

“Call me Sssnake”

Kurt Russell? Check! John Carpenter? Check! Amazing synth soundtrack? Check check! In this month’s movie episode, Mike and Rob discuss Carpenter’s cult classic. The ultimate anti hero, a truly despicable president, and Issac Hayes in all his glory but did the guys actually enjoy the film? You’ll have to give it a listen to find out!

Looking for something with less synth to put a smile on your … phone? Check out the tech segment – E is for Emoji!

D is for Databases

ALL YOUR DATABASE ARE BELONG TO US! Join Mike & Rob as they skip lightly through the depths of the database. From early efforts through to hipster NoSQL via some crazy stats, very poor maths skills, even worse fish puns, and the inevitable bag o d#cks.

Recorded al fresco at the Cock & Bottle it may seem like a meandering mess but there is a point … honest … if only we could remember it.

Too techy or simply looking for more of our dulcet tones? We also did Dr. Strangelove and it’s a good un!

D is for Dr. Strangelove or: How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love the Bomb

Welcome to another month’s beer fuelled movie madness. This time Mike & Rob are discussing the various merits of Kubrik’s 1964 black satire Dr. Strangelove.

Recorded al fresco at the Cock & Bottle with all the usual features you’ve come to know and love including, Nazi’s, seagulls and Amazon 1 Star reviews.

Want more? Check out this month’s tech segment which deals with the ever entertaining topic of Databases!

C is for Cookies, Caches and other Crap tech support tell you to Clear

So it turns out BrewDog’s Punk IPA is not a session ale … this may explain why this month’s tech segment in which Mike & Rob explore the complex mysterious world of Cookies and Caches turns into a delightfully rambling adventure that would be right at home in any pub or bar anywhere in the world.

Ever wondered if the inventor of the World Wide Web sent saucy snapchats? How about the importance of the humble Cookie in avoiding embarrassing online checkout moments. We’ve got it all and more.

(Too techy for you or simply want more of Mike & Rob? Check out this month’s Movie segment where we get into Casablanca)

C is for Casablanca

Welcome back! Spring has finally sprung here in Jersey and so we invite you to join us, Rob & Mike, on our first (dry) alfresco recording of the movie segment of We’re Drunk & We Know Things!

This month’s movie is Casablanca so listen in for 45 mins of insightful review, comedic commentary, occasional swearing, some little people and a lot of spoilers … for a movie that was made in 1942 so if you haven’t seen it yet you’ve only got yourself to blame.

(Liked this? Or not? Either way be sure to checkout out our Tech segment which this month is all about Cookies, Caches and other Crap tech support tell you to Clear)

B is for Blade Runner

This month, we’re talking about a film beloved by both Mike & Rob – Blade Runner. Recorded in a tiny corridor of a pub, we get deep into the underlying meanings of the movie, discuss the risks of product placement in “near future” scenarios, celebrate the sheer multitude of versions and resort to name calling to describe those who haven’t seen it yet.

Oh and we promise not to do another Ridley Scott next month … honest.

(If you like this then check out the tech segment where we talkin’ ‘bots baby!)

A is for Asymmetric Encryption

In this first episode (part 2), Mike and Rob takes a wander through the complex world of public private key encryption.

Recorded in front of an inebriated, public house audience at two of Jersey’s finest watering hole, fuelled by a range of ales and with more ums per minute than you’d believe possible!

(be sure to check out part one – Alien)

A is for Alien

In this first episode (part one), Mike and Rob deconstruct Ridley Scott’s 1979 sci fi classic Alien.

Recorded in front of an inebriated, public house audience at two of Jersey’s finest watering hole, fuelled by a range of ales and with more ums per minute than you’d believe possible!

(be sure to check out part two – Asymmetric Encryption)