We’re back with a brand new podcast, recorded completely in studio! With microphones and soundboards and everything! We talked about the Cubs amazing World Series victory as well as the Fox TV announcers’ anti-Cubs bias (including Joe Buck’s massive mancrushes on Clayton Kershaw and Cory Kluber). We have an inevitable discussion on the recent presidential election and its aftermath. Jen explained why she deleted her Twitter account and we finished out the show with a news article about a unique World Series bet.
We did it! We promised two episodes a month and we’re delivering on that promise. During this show, we talked about what’s making Jen sick lately, as well as her recent diagnosis of fibromyalgia. We actually left the house a couple of times this week. Once to go to a park and once to go to a local museum. I told the story of how I was involved in a bus accident. Related: Homeless guys really like my iPhone 6 Plus. Jen’s birthday is coming up. Why not buy her something nice from her Amazon wishlist? We finished out the show by reading over a list of most-googled phrases. It’s depressing. And hilarious.
It’s time for a highly caffeinated new episode of Hyper Nonsense! We’re peanut-butter-cup-rogue-planet truthers and we hope you are, too. In this episode, we talked about why we’ve given up on recycling. I give some HUGE thanks to TIggr for gifting me an MLB.TV subscription so I can watch the Chicago Cubs games. It’s really rekindled my love of baseball. We talked about receiving our ballots for the upcoming California primary election, which led to a discussion about who will win the election. We got ur Super Delegates right here, gurl! We recap the staggering results of our most recent highly-interactive listener poll. Then, we finish the show out with some #MillennialBooks hilarity.
We’re 5K-ing it! In this episode, we talked about my new computer, then we got an update on Jen’s health situation. We’re running an exciting campaign to get all of our listeners to #UnsubIn16! We decided to talk about the presidential election and all of the insanity surrounding it. We read some listener feedback and launched a new segment called Twitter Callouts! Then, we finished the show with an article about which American state has the most virgins.
We’re asking the hard-hitting questions on this episode. Like: How is salted caramel a “fall thing?” We’ve got a neighbor who’s tearing down a home and replacing it. That process has put a lot of dust and dirt in the air and it’s making us sick. The weirdness with the fraud on our bank account continues and it’s having an affect on the legal situation we’re going thru. I’ve received an update on the status of my unemployment insurance (hint: it’s not good). We’ve finally joined most of the rest of the podosphere by discussing what we’ve watched on TV. In related news: TV antenna manuals suck. We read a news article about an attorney who likes to photoshop herself into images with celebrities. And more!