TSM Episode 309: Imitanus!

Use Imitanus on Your Anus!

The Imitanus Application Orifice is always watching.

Download: Produced 2015.02.01

Fresh on the heels of the development of Zestria, Lusipurr Labs produces another vital and useful product: Imitanus, for your anus. SiliconNooB and Imitanis test the product and its application facilities, which are very popular with lorry drivers.

14 comments on “TSM Episode 309: Imitanus!”

  1. Although Zestria! works on everything, sometimes, and for some things, Imitanus! works even better.

  2. When I hear Imitanus in my head, it is place of “Amadeus” in the Falco hit.

  3. That can be our advertising jingle!

    Un-Un-Unblock me Imitanus!

  4. Un-Un-Unblock me, Imitanus!

    Un-Un-Unblock me, Imitanus!

    Un-Un-Unblock me, Imitanus!

  5. Info Blast is blue custard

    This week’s panel
    Silicon Noob
    Imitanus
    Lusipurr
    Also featuring:
    Bup
    Upcoming Features
    Written Review
    -Eternal Sonata

    Imitanus
    Warning, do not consume Imitanus.

    NEWS
    Ubisoft revokes licenses
    I guess it’s possible that people might not know that they bought a game from a shady retailer, but I don’t think it’s very likely. Not that Ubisoft is some paragon of virtue, but I don’t really have much sympathy for those effected.

    Torchlight 2 for Mac released today
    A thing I won’t play for a thing I won’t own! Awesome!

    Sega Layoffs
    Dang. I never like to hear about game company layoffs. That said, I’m having trouble remembering any Sega games that I liked that weren’t in the Phantasy Star series.

    WoW subscriptions up after Warlords of Draenor
    That’s not surprising.

    Sony event in NY
    ‘Mysterious’… Hmmmmm….

    Tales of Zesteria
    Good For Everything!

    New Kirby game
    Rainbow what? Kirby who?

    15 8 player stages added to Wii U Smash Bros
    Nice that they would add extra functionality. I’ll get this game eventually.

    Bup Talk
    Favorite Winter activity aside from playing games
    It should have been SLEDDING! Sledding is great!

    Imitanis Literature Corner
    Interview With A Vampire by Anne Rice
    “Their encounter with Morgan and his substantial death” Perhaps you meant subsequent death? I guess he was substantially dead…
    This is just getting worse. Claudia is going totally crazy.

    Imitanis Gaming Moment
    This week I played another round of Risk: Legacy. I’m still enjoying the evolution of the game, even if it’s still as swingy (you can win or loose massively) as vanilla Risk. in the last game we played I got a good foothold in holding all of Europe but never got a chance to do anything with it. This time I tried that again, but couldn’t get the numbers to defend all of my borders. It looked like I wasn’t going to be able to win, so I decided to play Kingmaker (a player who doesn’t win, but whose actions are crucial to deciding the winner). Two of the three other players had already won a game, and I had an alliance with the third so I made a point to cripple the first two. I took away their continent bonuses (Africa and South America) and scattered them as much as possible. It turned out that after breaking them up I was able to take the HQs of both of those players and win the game. I named a city and added it to the board (Metroplex in Madagascar) where only I can start, and signed the board. I also got some nice work done on a game that I’ve been designing, but I won’t say much about that until there’s more to say.

    DiceAdmiral Travel Moment
    I drove an hour to pick up something on Sunday and made the mistake of trying to get a pizza for dinner right when everyone was slamming the place for their sportsball parties. It took almost 90 minutes to get a personal sized two topping pizza for dine-in. Bah.

    Final Quotes
    “Is Uranus inflamed?”
    “An inside out Asian is not something you want to clean up”

    Donators
    Cumulative total record holder: Imitanis
    Single Donation record holder: Imitanis

    Donators eligible for end of year drawing: 3 :(

  6. “I always enjoy DiceAdmiral’s dog pictures.”
    Thanks for the feedback. It’s nice to know it’s appreciated.

  7. I always look at the one you pick for me when I’m on and think you picked it very carefully based on what I said in the podcast. If I don’t see a connection, it’s not because there isn’t one, it’s because I just don’t see it yet.

    The ways of DA are sometimes beyond mortal ken.

  8. “Info Blast is blue custard”
    It may also be toothpaste. Check out the generic formulations of Imitanius: Crest and Colgate!

    “I guess it’s possible that people might not know that they bought a game from a shady retailer, but I don’t think it’s very likely. Not that Ubisoft is some paragon of virtue, but I don’t really have much sympathy for those effected.”
    Plenty of ordinary people cannot tell the difference between buying a code on UPlay as opposed to some other site. They go to google and type “Buy X” into it, and then go to the first thing that comes up.

    “A thing I won’t play for a thing I won’t own! Awesome!”
    That’s why we are here!”

    “I’m having trouble remembering any Sega games that I liked that weren’t in the Phantasy Star series.”
    Ewwww.

    “Rainbow what? Kirby who?”
    Something about drawing, rolling, floating, blahblahdygsdshi….

    “Nice that they would add extra functionality. I’ll get this game eventually.”
    Tried out the new stages: they’re good! I hope we will continue to see added stages.

    “Sledding is great!”
    No.

    “This is just getting worse. Claudia is going totally crazy.”
    What could possibly go wrong?

    “I drove an hour to pick up something on Sunday and made the mistake of trying to get a pizza for dinner right when everyone was slamming the place for their sportsball parties. It took almost 90 minutes to get a personal sized two topping pizza for dine-in. Bah.”
    You should have told them, “Uh, I’m DiceAdmiral of the Lusipurr.com InfoBlast. Don’t you know?”

    Then, it would have taken several hours to get your pizza instead, giving you ample time to relisten to the podcast.

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