A.Ron talks about his Father’s Day experience, including a few confessions. Jim repairs his Aeron (not a typo). Potential new holidays to replace broken ones. The politics of being apolitical. Freestyle canoeing. Last of Us 2 thoughts, and much more.
In Episode #32, originally aired on 06.26.2015: A.Ron’s Mad Max drive-in experience, brunch is put on trial, Google and Delphi’s autonomous driving near-miss, Val Kilmer, and more. This one’s a banger.
This week we talk about Juneteenth, the wonders of baking soda and super glue, stinky foods, really really long trails, and much more.
This week we talk about Bill Simmons new partnership with HBO, plans for our “Silent Movies” feature, our impending 10 million download milestone (thanks, Game of Thrones!) as well as E3 2015.
This week Jim announces the LFL, his new league for the professional sport of laundry folding. We also consider the PS5 reveal, whether you can sprint a mile, gardening, protests, corona cuts, and much more.
We’ve got a short episode today with discussion of Bill Simmons leaving Grantland, leading to a possible collaboration with John Stewart and then the shows we have (or haven’t) been watching.
This week’s lunch includes topics such as the current events in America (but not too much), bringing back wooly mammoths, T-Rex faces, getting rid of peanut butter, re-purposing abandoned theaters / shopping malls, and more.
Jim and A.Ron talk about Silent Movies and new content plans. They also discuss True Detective Season 2 and schemers, charmers, badasses, psychos, gangsters, and survivors.
This week we talk about what factors we consider when moving, shows that we were sad to move on from, and whole lot of other stuff. Listen here to discover the topics for yourself.
In Episode #28, originally aired on 5.29.15:
Jim and A.Ron discuss podcasters behaving badly, the dark side of podcasting, movies that we’d hate to see be re-made, how Fury Road and John Wick herald the future of action movies, and our favorite Always Sunny moments. And we take some Q&A from audience, as we are wont to do.