Wrong Term Memory

Quite The Thing Media

Wrong Term Memory is a weekly podcast - with episodes out every Monday. We can be a true crime podcast (with humour). Not like Serial, not like Sword and Scale, not like Casefile - just us doing us, with lots of murder and a not-too-serious look at some horrific crimes. We can be a history podcast (for beginners) with episodes covering everything from the history of military deception to a short history of Glasgow. We can be a music podcast (not a music review podcast). We dive into the more interesting stories from the world of music, like Norwegian black metal's church burning craze and Kanye West's ability to be a complete oddball. Our early episodes are almost as good as an encyclopedia. One that hadn't been particularly well proofread or spell-checked (kind of like Wikipedia). Wrong Term Memory is a member of Quite The Thing Media - creating podcasts that speak to you.
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History: Military Deception
History: Military DeceptionGganbu: Squid Game episode 6 - Player 456: A Squid Game Podcast
Episode six of Squid Game is “Gganbu”. Join Player 456’s hosts Jack and Colin as they deep dive into the sixth episode of Netflix’s most popular show of all time. They offer their insight, thoughts and appreciation, and also cover your questions, queries and theories. Squid Game has largely eschewed tugging on the heartstrings - until now… Apart from a short scene in which Jun-ho overhears the Front Man taking a telephone call about the arrival of the games’ VIPs, the action is focused on the players and their next game - marbles. Player 101 vs Player 278: Player 101 winds up winning after petitioning his guard to change the game they’d been playing (and at which he’d been losing badly). Player 067 vs Player 240: Neither Sae-byeok nor her partner 240 know how to play marbles - 240 dismisses the game as the province of “boomers”. Player 218 vs Player 199: Sang-woo and Ali begin by guessing whether their opponent is holding either an even or odd number of marbles in his hand. Sang-woo gets mad when Ali takes a big lead, accusing him of cheating, then begging for his life, and finally devising an alternate plan. Player 456 vs Player 001: Gi-hun and Player 001 also play the guessing game, though it takes some doing to get there, as the dementia-addled old man believes the fake street to be the street where he grew up. One of the best things about Squid Game is that, for all its brutality, it does not seem to share the games’ sadism itself. The scenarios are awful to contemplate, but the awfulness is the point. Creator Hwang Dong-hyuk values the interpersonal connections he’s creating, even as he destroys them. It’s an exploration of violence, not an exploitation of violence.  Dong-hyuk makes sure that when he kills people you care about, you know their names. A https://quitethethingmedia.com/squid-game-podcast-16/ (Quite The Thing Media) production Twitter: https://twitter.com/player456pod (@player456pod) Email: player456pod@gmail.com  Produced by Jack Shaw and Colin McMillan Jack and Colin also host https://bit.ly/WTMhome (Wrong Term Memory) - a weekly podcast with episodes out every Monday. Support this podcast
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