We’re sick, allergic, broken, in mental, emotional and physical pain… And we’re back for another exciting episode! We talked about our recent health problems, including allergic reactions, bad backs and more! We covered our Thanksgiving “already together.” We went over a little bit of listener feedback and (finally) picked a winner in our theme song contest. Then, we finished out the show with a little bit of Star Wars-related news.
On this episode of Hyper Nonsense, everything’s gone wild! We talked about my solo quest to the Bed Bath & Beyond to find a kitchen scale and the aftermath that happened at Buffalo Wild Wings (they’re an Official Sponsor of Going Wild!). We made a callback to a previous episode, giving an update on our mission to find RC Cola. (In related news, Jen is obsessed with Canadia Dry ginger ale.) Then, we covered a strange web link that was (apparently) sent via text to e-mail from a mysterious source. We went over some listener feedback and finished out the show with a news article about some homeless guys who tried to sail to freedom in a stolen boat.
Welcome to the latest installment of Hyper Nonsense: The pod you trust ™. I’m sorry to say that this is a solo show. Jen was away in Nappy Boos Land and things have been really busy lately, so I decided to get a show out because quantity really does come before quality here at Hyper Nonsense. This show is mostly about first-world problems. I’m fat! I need to lose weight and none of the systems I’ve tried are helping. I’m wondering what type of app/service to try next, or if there’s even a point. Jen’s on state-sponsored health insurance right now and it’s been kinda surprising to see how good the coverage is. I also talked about how I’m considering getting back into the iPhone game but I’m not really sure about it. Then, I finished the show off with a news article about an ornery groundhog.
Welcome to the latest Hyper Nonsense recording sesh! We have an update on my work situation. (Spoiler: I’m still pretty much unemployed.) Related to that, we also talk about why it’s hard to find a doctor in California. To keep the good times rolling, we talk about our dead water heater and what it’s like to live without hot water. We discussed our experience so far with our Apple TV. We went over listener feedback and we finished the show with a list of things that are 30 years old. And more!
- 2015: The year of Hyper Nonsense.
- HMO’s suck.
- Screen readers: They don’t always work.
- LLC’s pay a minimum of $800 tax in California. Awesome.
- Apple hates AVI files.
- Santa Barbara is full of tall women.
- 30 Things Turning 30 In 2015.
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We’re Yosemite’ing it on today’s episode! Sometimes, audio mixers are complicated and the buttons don’t always work like you’d expect (and we spend way too much time breaking down why). We’ve officially changed our format to a tech show. We hope you enjoy all of the Apple talk! We have (not much of) an update on our legal situation. We cover the saga of a defective air purifier we recently purchased. Also, after installing an aerial TV antenna, we’ve got a whopping 17 channels. Now we’re constantly distracted by TV shows. We finished the show with a news item about a haunted house with a real, scary dead guy.
We’re Starbuckin’ it! Live with hula girls and balloon animals! Not really. We had a conversation about how maybe it’s not so good that we’re married to each other because sickness, disabilities, etc. But it’s likely that normals wouldn’t put up with either one of us for long so maybe it’s all worked out for the best. We’re really killing it in terms of money. We’re doing so well that Jen actually qualifies for Medi-Cal! We’ve got bus-riding refugee kids on the Sweet Pickles Bus. Not really. We recounted the coincidences in which we might’ve met earlier in life (but didn’t). We read some listener comments. Jen’s got another unintentionally funny post from Bubblews. And more!
We’ve still got “leftover” stories from our Las Vegas trip, including mean people on airplanes. Flight attendants with special airplane-healing powers and crazy coffee-drink customers. We received an odd solicitation in the mail from the ‘California Compliance Center?” Pretty sure that’s not legit. We’ll be eating well in August thanks to a gift card we got last year but didn’t redeem until now. Tho, it was unclear at first if the gift card was still valid. Jen read a post from the site Bubblews that was hilarious, but it probably wasn’t meant to be. And more!
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