With the regulars, plus friend of the show Kat for added hilarity and subtracted audio quality (we still don’t handle more than four players very well; working on it). Many of the things we discussed must not be named. It’s possible that they shouldn’t be discussed either, in which case, our bad. But we do get into plants, comic books, styles of boyfriend, and the Roman sewer system. The ancient one, not the current one. Also we don’t literally get into it. I mean, if we had the budget, we’d do it, don’t get us wrong.
We’re on iTunes again! https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/think-again-my-friend/id1244922305
Coming out pro for the Oxford comma, it’s the return of TAMF. Discussed are Alex Trebek, Rambo, and Julius Caesar, all of which are proper nouns and therefore disqualified. With the regulars.
With the regulars, one of whom is heroically Skyping in over public WiFi in New York City, but that wasn’t enough of a hero’s journey for Tom, oh no. Topics include: nitrogen.
We apologize for missing National Peanut Day by two days. It just hit me that I’m eating walnuts as I post this.
In which we discuss premium cable, noxious gases, William Hurt, and guns. It’s a bit of a long one, but after ten minutes in, you won’t be worrying about it.
We’ve got our audio problems a little more under control; thank you for sticking with us!
It’s like a self-fulfilling prophecy: and ever since then, we’ve been reenacted, with Mike, Brendan, Christen, and Tom sharing the evidence about Mormon journeys, farbs, and Disneyland with whoever cares to listen or has forgotten to remove us from their RSS readers yet magically discovered our new domain name. It’s hype!
From the Freemasons to bronies, people everywhere seem to want to get together, lord their membership over others, and be secretive about ridiculous things. We’re no exception, although the secrecy is mostly because we keep forgetting to tell anyone. The regular panelists throw down on some of America’s favorite habitual wearers of hats. Don’t miss Christen’s true confession as a former member of the Fraternal Order of Eagles.
Please keep an eye on our Twitter account, and those of the cast, and what the hell we’ll probably even post it here, for discussion about the upcoming first meeting of an online lodge – yet to be titled – of charitable service and most ancient drunkenness. We are not kidding.
Welcome to the second season of America’s definable-as-successful quiz show podcast! We kick off our new period of delivering shows regularly with all the regulars, talking about the things they most like to use to mash food up into digestible bits. Also discussed are corporate conspiracies, old people, dogs, dead people, and presidents. That covers pretty much everyone, so listen to this podcast because we talk about someone you know.
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We embrace, now, meaning by “we” the regular cast plus Tom “mathpunk” Henderson, a phenomenon which is dual in nature: that of the restaurants attended by families, and of the restaurants owned and operated by “families.” So that’s kind of a giveaway for one of the things we discuss. Actually it gives away all of them, but in a really vague sense that you can’t really call “giving away.”
This show is pretty long. That’s okay, you can pause it – it’s a podcast! The epic corporate-history battle at the end is worth it. Tip your waitresses!
TAMF returns triumphantly with our best-sounding episode yet. These are the employees in your governments. By which we mean not our regular panelists, but subjects like long-dead pledges to obscure British organizations, stamps, Albert Einstein’s sexual history, and a game of This-or-That that cannot be told… you must simply experience it. Bag this one up and take it home.
We really have made leaps and bounds in audio quality – scout’s honor – and appreciate your patience!
A live studio audience augments this show featuring Christen McCurdy and guests Tom Henderson, Bryan Bingold and Doruk Özaydın. Discussed are Chinese dissidents, nationalist rivalries in or near the seat of civilization, and more serious topics, like obscure manga. Nobody involved seems to be 100% clear on what pastries are, but 90% is pretty good, right?
There is a distracting noise issue during portions of the program – the audience thing is throwing us a few curve balls and we are still unsure how to address this. As always we thank you for your patience.