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 a solo show! Or is it? The episode started off with me talking about my recent back problems and acupuncture treatments. I segued into recent news from the U.S. presidential election. Then, I was joined by our artist in residence, Bluelaugh. We talked about what he’s up to while his parents are out of town. (Mostly, he evaded my hard-hitting questions.) He shared the story of how his family became a Droid family. I harassed him for not having an iPhone. And more!
Venerable #TeamHN member Nathan is back on the podcast for another one of our semi-biannualwhenvertheyhappen podcasts about Apple stuff. In this episode, we talk about the new Apple TV, the iPad Pro and more!
It’s an entirely different kind of Hyper Nonsense episode. This week, we recorded in the car on our way to Sycamore Mineral Springs resort in Avila Beach, CA. Then, we recorded some more from our hotel suite at the resort. We talked about how we decided to take this short trip to see if it might help with Jen’s ongoing allergy-driven sickness.
Hyper Nonsense is back with an all new edition! It seems like it’s been awhile since our last episode but it hasn’t really been that long, right? During this show, we discussed how pollen is trying to kill Jen and what she’s done to protect herself. I tell the story of how an impatient driver yelled an odd “insult” at me. Also, more home improvement news in the form of a dead bolt replacement. We got new iPhones which somehow led Jen to go on a rant about picketers outside the local Planned Parenthood. We went over some listener feedback and finished the show with a news article about a different kind of music lawsuit.
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.
We’re as live as we wanna be on our latest pod! Find out what our loud neighbors are now doing loudly. We have an update on Jen’s claim for disability benefits. We’re going thru some legal things right now that we’re not talking about. Hear about Jen’s most recent adventures in Sleepy Boos Land. Some lucky person went on a fancy clothes and fine fragrances shopping spree with our debit card. Hear my review of the iPhone 6 Plus. We read some listener feedback (including iTunes reviews!). We covered a news article about how Joan Rivers is endorsing the new iPhone from the other side. And more!
Just in time for this week to not be over, it’s our latest podisode! We recount our (mostly uneventful) memories of the September 11th attacks, including the fact that we moved in together that week. We give our thoughts on the big Apple shindig (and its seriously buggy live stream) that went down earlier this week. (iPhone 6? Apple Watch? Meh…) Hear about our exciting adventure in troubleshooting a leaky faucet! And then… scanning and shredding 21 months worth of documents! We also went over some listener feedback and talk about how a disappointed billionaire won’t be able to carve California into six individual states. And more!