Episode 46 - Defend It!

Hello again and welcome back to the show. In this weeks episode we do something completely different. We are doing a debate class exercise of defending different things. Can you, on the spot, put together a defending argument for say...wild fires? What about for driving a gas guzzling SUV? We try our best at defending some morally reprehensible things in this weeks episode and we did not enjoy doing it (Tyler especially). 


Minisode - Road Trips

There are few things so quintessentially American as a road trip. Apple pie, explosions, over eating are all staples of American life, but no American experience can be so amazing and terrible as a long car rides in a confined space with family or friends. There is freedom in that. There is trauma in that. There are stories in that. These are some of our stories (and by some I mean very little because one of the hosts decided, as a means of moral boosting, that we should all share a 4Loko and things got sloppy)

Episode 44 - Y tho? (Fads / Trends We Don't Understand)

Hind sight is 20/20 and it is easy to question and ridicule the fads of our childhood. But some trends arise that are so perplexing and dumb that, as soon as we see them, we have to ask ourselves, "Y tho?". This episode is dedicated to current trends that we don't need time to realize they are stupid. 


Gauged Ears

Talmon's Pick


High Waisted (Baggy) Jeans

Taylors Pick


Mumble Rap

Tyler's Pick

Episode 41 - One Hit Wonders

No one knows why a song becomes a hit more than another. Yes, music and melody play a part but there is that intangible, undefinable thing that makes them memorable-- even if the artist/group fades into obscurity. This episode is all about the one hit wonders that stuck with us and the rest the America as that one great song from a forgotten artist. 

Taylor's Picks

Talmon's Picks

Tyler's Picks

Episode 39 - Conspiracy Theories

All hail the Lizard People! Along with the help of ancient aliens and false flag operations we can now fully embrace our digital nanny Alexa as our overlords (we tried to put as many conspiracies in there before our brain started to break). This week we run down our lists for our favorite conspiracy theories. Surprisingly, there were no duplicates. Which goes to show you how many there are out there. 


"New Coke" Conspiracy

Coka-Cola's "New Coke" was made to bait-and-switch high fructose corn syrup in for actual sugar, as a means to save money.


The Mandela Effect:

Berenstain vs. Berenstein Bears