Episode 58 – Slobs vs. Snobs

The rivalry between slobs and snobs goes back to the earliest days of man. Ancient wall paintings tell us of Cro-Magnons, who were constantly annoyed by the loutish Neanderthals running around naked all day and banging their rocks all night while they were trying to make their advanced tools.

This week we explore the history of Slobs vs. Snobs in movies, sports and music. So, depending on your perspective, crack open a Busch Light or a bottle of Cabernet Sauvignon and enjoy!

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Episode 37 – People Who Have Been Trapped

Are you stuck in a rut? Feeling trapped by life? Well, it’s better than being stuck in a well or trapped in a cave. Cleithrophobia is the “fear of being trapped” and honestly, it doesn’t seem like it’s that unreasonable. Having to hack off your own arm to free yourself from a massive boulder? Doesn’t sound like a lot of fun.

This week we shine our searchlight on real and fictional people who have been trapped – both in a physical space or somewhere more metaphysical.

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Episode 25 – Mt. Rushmore of “Rushmore”

For our 25th Episode Spectacular, Richard puts on his Punctuality Award pin and Michael the Perfect Attendance pin to become co-founders of the Rushmore Appreciation Society.  We delve into the finer details about the film “Rushmore” in our latest podcast, celebrate a favorite film of ours and realize that this podcast is our Rushmore.

Jeff is skinny dipping in Mr. Blume’s swimming pool, giving out handjobs while these two were taking a nap on the front porch.

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Episode 19 – Famous Sports Fans

Some of the biggest celebrities in the world are athletes, who gain the adoration of millions for playing child’s games. (Except for Australian Rules Football, which is the pinnacle of all that is manly in the world.) But what about when the fans are as famous – or more famous – than the players they support?

This week, Michael, Richard and Jeff explore the work of sports fans who either were already famous or became famous because of their sports fandom. Pick up your pom poms, get out your Vuvuzelas and…actually, please put that Vuvuzela down. It’s really quite loud and BLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAATTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTT

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