A rambler this week. We talk Bruce Springsteen, Hong Kong riots, and anti-sex toilets.
We have an announcement this week as a new dawn approaches. After that, it’s business as usual talking a little bit of politics, esports, and our thoughts on Fire Emblem: Three Houses.
Is The Lion King a musical? How does a 6-year-old buy an $8-million property? What happened to Episode 206? Listen to find the answers to all of these questions and more!
We talk what’s the ideal time to live in, the first democratic primary debates, and what we’d do if North Korea kidnapped Trump. We’ll be off next week, so you should take your time and sip this one like a fine wine.
We warm up with some talk about the $45 Trump coin, then get into some serious abortion talk before closing with the Old Town Road phenomenon.
After a lengthy tangent around the top “Jewish” foods, we talk Notre Dame funding, the Mueller report, and breaking Jeopardy.
We talk architecture, trains, Julian Assange, lots of movies, Chris Cuomo, and Kevin Hart.
Want a long rambler? You got it! John gives some thoughts on Us, then we hobble into Brexit and finish off with the Special Olympics funding debacle.
In what order would Trump need to fight the current 2020 democratic candidates in a game of Punch Out? We spend ~45 minutes answering that question.
We get serious in this long episode, talking about the mass shooting in Christchurch, the rehiring of James Gunn, and the college admissions scandal. For those that want to skip the heavy stuff, time codes are below:
0:09:20: NZ Shooting
1:03:03: James Gun back on Guardians 3
1:21:23: College scandal