Tonight marked the delivery of a Podcast to end all Podcasts. Caller Wil phoned in to talk about the joys of Android phone ownership, Curtis joined us for the first time in a long time, and Evelyn regaled us with her polyp removal anecdotes. President Obama says “no” to solar panels on top of the White House in a bid to avoid resembling President Carter, Gartner forecasts Android to overtake RIM’s Blackberry this year, and Nokia aims to stop being a boring company devoid of excitement or innovation by hiring a former Microsoft executive as their CEO. Well then. Good luck with that. It seems akin to curing the flu by injecting yourself with HIV. President Obama has signed 27 tax increases into law thus far, you can check for cancer of the esophagus by swallowing a sponge, and Mars offers up more surprises. iPhone manufacturer Foxconn addresses employee suicides by hiring a PR firm, a miscarriage of justice occurs as Marc Emery is sentenced to five years, Obama awards a living soldier the Medal of Honor, and Apple is ending the iPhone bumper program. After all, it’s really killing them to keep giving away those $0.25 bumpers. A solid broadcast of which we can be proud.