Yearly Archives: 2018

Podcasts from August 14 thru October 16, 2018

You’ll find all of these on Tin Can Media with a flashier presentation, and Rob keeps that up-to-date.

Planes, trains, and… inflatable unicorns?

Recorded on 2018-08-14

You can’t handle the truth that truth isn’t truth!

Recorded on 2018-08-22

You still can’t handle the truth that truth isn’t truth!

Recorded on 2018-08-28

May the centripetal force be with you.

Recorded on 2018-09-04

Go fund yourself!

Recorded on 2018-09-25

Like rich a-hole, like son.

Recorded on 2018-10-02

Take that to the Banksy

Recorded on 2018-10-09

Make America Greedy Again

Recorded on 2018-10-16


Bringing this Blog Up-to-Date

Alright, so we’re publishing on, again, and I’ve gotten behind on posting our podcasts here, so I’m going to do one post (this one) to bring this site up-to-date.

July 31, 2018:

August 7, 2018:

September 23, 2018 (Hurricane Florence postmortem)

We’re still processing August 14, 21, and 28 and September 4. We did not record on September 11 or the 18th because of Hurricane Florence.

Podcast: Guns, Guns, Guns

Recorded on July 24, 2018. This podcast got off to a rocky start. Doug questions whether you should have a round in the chamber at all times, and who does drive by bicycle shootings? Of course there is more, but I don’t want to give it away.

Reference links:

Bicycle drive by shooting (bike to bike!)
More people “standing their ground” in Florida
An old “stand your ground” story
Homicide rates increase in Florida after Stand Your Ground law enacted

Podcast: Books are Bad, m’kay

This podcast was recorded on July 17, 2018. In 100 years historians will be listening to this podcast to help them understand what life was like in the early 21st century.

In this podcast, we determine that reading books may be bad; especially if you plan to see the movie. Doug talks about the Martian Chronicles by Edgar Rice Burroughs and contrasts the books with the John Carter movie based on the books. We talk about unsustainable growth and Mr. Faulkner’s Old Fashioned hot dog stand. We manage to go off on tangents … surprise! Draconian, allegorical, and other big words get bandied about.

Margaret Atwood (the author’s name Doug can’t remember)