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.
Fri, 9 July 2010
physically on East Coast time ... surprising holidays ... dead presidents ... not that Reagan is responsible for everything wrong with this country ... the coming debt crisis ... too pessimistic? ... biggest waste is the war ... VAT tax excitement ... nasty brutish and short ... shrinking population ... starting in 30 years, yes ... taxing Ellison ... I'll pay more taxes ... tinfoil car on principle ... I can arrange that for you ... monetizing citizenship ... all to firstborn ... weekly pick: American in Paris ... weekly pick: So You Think You Can Dance ... weekly pick: Belkin headphone splitter ... I want a babble fish ... if we win, everyone has to call it soccer
Sat, 3 July 2010
Mutual mocking society ... listener mail ... virtualweberbullet.com ... smokin' meat ... vacuum sealing for sous vide ... sous videnator ... bake meat or parboiling and then grill vs smoking ... weekly pick: youtube this drummer is at the wrong gig ... weekly pick: TV show Leverage ... also recommendation for show "Damages" ... US slow food biennial expo in Italy represented by Ohio ... Central Ohio is the new food destination - farm to table ... weekly pick: paperlesspost.com ... toxoplasma gondii (www.economist.com—16271339 <http://www.economist.com/node/16271339?story_id=16271339)> ... human genome not predicting diseases as well as we'd like