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103 minutes | Nov 30, 2021
#76 Doing the right thing
In this episode we talked about doing the right thing. We explored the question: Why don't people do the right thing? Doing the right thing is often hard, and therefore, it's easier to do the wrong thing, even if such an action goes against our best interest. We also talked about stupid news, because it's 2021 and the world is filled with stupid news.
103 minutes | Nov 16, 2021
#75 The Rittenhouse trial and stupid news
In this episode we talked about the prosecutorial insanity that is the Rittenhouse trial. We also had fun talking about The Balloon Worldcup, Fluid Bonding, and toxic masculinity contributing to global warming.
55 minutes | Nov 9, 2021
#74 Should wives take their husbands last name?
t is good that our culture is always changing, but should everything change just because? This episodes explores the topic of wives taking their husbands' last name. Should wives do so? Should husbands take their wives' last name instead? While taking (or not taking) a last name may seem trivial to some, it speaks to the heart of our society and culture.
92 minutes | Nov 2, 2021
#73 Catching up on the news
We are finally back together after a couple of weeks. We decided that it would be a good time to go over various news items we collected and spend some time giving our takes on current events. Enjoy!
41 minutes | Oct 29, 2021
#72.5 DLC: Dune review
A quick episode to review the newly released Dune film.
79 minutes | Oct 26, 2021
#72 Superman is bi and Jon Gruden is out
The show is back for some more fun. This episode is about Superman being bi-sexual and Jon Gruden being canceled from the Las Vegas Raiders.
81 minutes | Oct 18, 2021
#71 Learn resilience
This week I flew solo and I talked about teaching people to be resilient. We cannot modify the world to be "safe" for all people in all situations. It is better to teach people how to adapt to the world around them so they can be strong to face the world as it comes at them. I looked at a story from The Oberlin Review and the aftereffects of "Squid Game" and what people need to learn from these instances.
105 minutes | Oct 5, 2021
#70 Crazy news and the one about thinking fallacies
In this episode we talked about crazy news articles. It always amazes us how insane the real world can be. We are thankful for that insanity because its always worth a good laugh. We need to laugh more as a society. We also talked about thinking fallacies. It is very easy for us to get stuck in thinking traps that allow us, and often guide us, to make illogical conclusions about topics. We talked about some of these traps in the hope that it makes people better thinkers.
107 minutes | Sep 28, 2021
#69 The one about Seattle and Minimalism
Last week I was in Seattle, a town I used to love. The town is now a disaster, and has really fallen into chaos since the last time I was there in 2019. In this episode we talked about Seattle and it's covid infatuation. We also talked about minimalism. A lot of people have asked me about minimalism so here we are. However, the conversation is made very interesting given Jason is a hoarder.
89 minutes | Sep 14, 2021
#68 Ideological bumper stickers
Ideological bumper stickers enrage Jason. This week we dive into such bumper stickers and deconstruct their meaning and intent. Of course, this isn't the only thing we talked about. We also talked about the recent Biden Mandate for vaccines and what the likely outcome of such a mandate might be for the Biden administration.
98 minutes | Sep 7, 2021
#67 The Texas abortion firestorm
You may have heard that Texas passed a law banning abortions after 6 weeks. Well, that law has sparked a nationwide controversy with people lining up on both sides of the debate to lob volleys at each other. We donned our armor and decided to jump head first into the debate. Yep, two dudes talking about abortion. Buckle up because it's about to be a bumpy ride.
92 minutes | Aug 31, 2021
#66 For men only, part 3
Well, we finished "For Men Only." To say we understood it would be incorrect. To say we were enlightened by it's stunning exploration of the female psyche is absolutely correct. In this episode we discussed how women approach sex in relationships. Man, was that a doozy. We also shared our thoughts on the recent debacle known as America's defeat to the Taliban. I promise, the vast majority of our time and energy was spent on the former rather than the latter.
87 minutes | Aug 24, 2021
#65 For men only part 2
In this episode we continued our journey into the mind of women. Remember, we're just two dudes giving our thoughts about something by which we've always been boggled. We discussed how women often appear (to men) to be acting crazy. What we learned is that there is often a very logical reason why women act the way they do. Their actions are driven by emotions and thoughts they carry with them. As men, we can learn to recognize these signs and show our wives / significant others that we love and adore them.
113 minutes | Aug 17, 2021
#64 For Men Only part 1
In this episode we started talking about "For Men Only" by Shaunti Feldhahn. This book pulls back the veil on how women think, feel, and behave in relationships. As men, we experienced numerous eye-opening revelations reading this book. We talked about some of these revelations and what those revelations meant to us as men.
85 minutes | Aug 9, 2021
Episode #63 Men's perspective on sex and romance
In this episode we finished our discussion on "For Women Only." We cover the really big topics: sex and romance. We also talked about why the appearance of our wives/girlfriends are important to us as men; and no, it's not what you think.
81 minutes | Aug 3, 2021
Episode 62 More about how men think in relationships
Ladies, have you argued with your husband and wondered why he withdraws and wants to get away from you? Turns out that is normal man behavior. Not because we're immature, but because it's the way we are wired. We need time to think, and we need to dissipate our frustrations.
101 minutes | Jul 26, 2021
Episode #61 Men need respect in relationships
In this episode we started talking about Shaunti Feldhahn's book "For Women Only." Ladies, if you ever wanted to know how men think and feel in relationships, then this book is for you. We give an honest men's view of this book (or at least the first couple of chapters). We will discuss additional chapters next week.
65 minutes | Jul 20, 2021
Episode #60 The one about domestic terrorism
What is domestic terrorism? How is it legally defined? Are domestic terrorists in the United States? If so, who are they? In this episode we tackle this issue.
28 minutes | Jul 16, 2021
Episode #59 The one with just Jason
Buckle in, sit back, and relax--it's going to be a bumpy ride. This episode features the one and only Jason Morrett.
54 minutes | Jul 6, 2021
Episode #58 July 4th and preserving liberty
Happy 4th of July everyone! Flying solo on this one, hopefully it isn't too terrible. In this episode I recap Zuby's 20 things he learned about people from Covid. This isn't an episode about covid, but rather, an episode about how fragile liberty truly is.
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