How It All Began
One day, a couple of us were talking about our favorite radio programs and podcasts and why we like them. We realized that we're really drawn to the ones that make us laugh (do we listen to Car Talk for advice on cars? We do not). And we realized that we're lucky enough to have a group of friends who make us laugh like that. So we thought, We should talk with those guys more often. And maybe, we thought, other people would enjoy those conversations as much as we do. So we turned them into a podcast.
Come Join Us!
Feel free to download the episodes below either directly or through the iTunes store, or if you'd just like a few samples/promos, check out our MySpace page.
Sat, 30 July 2016
summer winding down ... noodles are everywhere ... Onion graphics ... voter predictive polling - not so useful ... facts vs. opinions ... most experienced candidate ... wikileaks and structured big data ... email out of context is tough to explain ... who would say Hillary is fundamentally honest? ... candidates and authenticity ... Bill, prepared remarks, and the teleprompter ... policy wonks ... is having a plan helpful? ... populist movements vs. value of experts ... populism responds well to authenticity ... bullying doesn’t do well against women ... Ohio State Buckeye adaptive strategy ... midwest will be main battleground for this election ... vignettes around people getting screwed by Trump ... how are you going to protect the country when you can’t protect yourself from a left hook? ... Russian strategy ... smart businessman (maybe), stupid statesman ... weekly pick: Proton Mail - encrypted email ... if the terrorists are using it, we probably should, too ... weekly pick: Stranger Things netflix original series ... weekly pick: Stephen Lawhead the Pendragon Cycle