This week, we sat down and had quite possibly the most important discussion in all of history. That’s right, we discussed our favorite Top Gear episodes. Yes, John is a fan of Top Gear US, so we also discussed that show as well. If you don’t like Top Gear US, then too bad. We also discussed the Jaguar F-Type and a couple other cars as well.
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The Forbes Lamborghini
This week, we were joined by a special guest host to discuss all kinds of stand up comedy and fancy cars. Somehow, we also discussed some random other topics.
By the way, this episode may not be entirely family friendly. Be warned.
Helium Comedy Club
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This week, we discuss some great video games, the Dodge Challenger Hellcat, and other fancy cars.
Dodge Challenger Hellcat
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This week, we found time to discuss some very important topics. Actually, we spent a lot of time discussing Nicholas Cage’s career and very expensive cars. It was pretty fantastic.
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This week, the hosts pondered the important questions of life, such as “what cars would you buy with ridiculous amounts of money?” We started with $20K, $100K, $1 Million, and $5 Million. Obviously, our choices greatly differ, but what would your choices be? Let us know on Facebook, Twitter, Etc.
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Rumble in the Bronx
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This week is slightly different for 2 Newbs and a Berger. First, David is off on vacation. Second, we have a younger guest host to help explain what kid-friendly video games are the best. Actually, this whole episode was inspired by a listener question. So, if you have a topic that you would like discussed, let us know.
Kid-Friendly Video Games (Basically, anything rated T and under).
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This week, we veered off into an area that we have never covered before-religion and morality. The podcast studio was filled with current hosts John and David, former host Joseph, and occasional guests Ed and Mark. If you are interested in morality in music, you will want to hear this episode. However, I should warn you that we do discuss Austin Powers and Matthew McConaughey in a side discussion.
the Beatles’ White Album
The Screwtape Letters
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No Man’s Sky looks fantastic.
This week, John, Isaac, and Andrew kick back and discuss some of the games revealed at E3, and some other important topics. For example, who has great memories of listening to “I Can’t Drive, 55″?
No Man’s Sky
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Independence Day, Y’all
This week, Isaac, John, and David discuss some important topics like Creative Swearing. We also dig into some video games, Jim Caviezel, Cards Against Humanity, and Day Drinking. It’s a great time.
Cards Against Humanity
The Last of Us
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This episode was spent with Isaac, John, and David discussing important video game news, David’s new PS4, and important tv shows. We had a great time with this week’s discussion, so you should definitely listen to it.
Infamous: Second Son
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Isaac’s True Love.
This week, we spend the majority of our time discussing important gaming news about Far Cry 4, before covering why Mass Effect 2 is amazing. the other main topic this week is important stand up comedy. We cover John Mulaney, Christopher Titus, Gabriel Iglesias, and some others. It’s pretty fantastic.
Far Cry 4
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Franklin and Bash, or Bangers and Mash (as Isaac calls it).
This week, the ‘cast covers major, groundbreaking topics like a new Borderlands, Blue Heelers, and Ryan from The O.C. No, the topics don’t go together, but that’s ok. We still had fun with some discussions.
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The Minnesota Vikings may have finally found a playmaking quarterback to pair with their other offensive stars.
Teddy Bridgewater could be the new face of the franchise in Minnesota.
Minnesota traded its 2nd round (40 overall) and 4th round (108 overall) draft picks to the Seattle Seahawks in order to leap back into Thursday’s action and select Louisville quarterback Teddy Bridgewater. The trade came shortly after the NFL Media’s Albert Breer reported that Minnesota tried to trade for the 22nd overall pick to draft Texas A&M quarterback Johnny Manziel. Cleveland ended up with the pick and drafted Manziel before they had a chance.
Bridgewater can hardly be classified as a consolation prize for Minnesota; he was previously viewed as the most NFL-ready quarterback in the draft before a poor pro day hurt his draft value. Bridgewater is a dual-threat quarterback who is trusted to make pre-snap adjustments. He should use his touch and timing to excel in an offense featuring an All-Pro running back in Adrian Peterson, a dynamic playmaker in Cordarrelle Patterson, and a talented veteran in Greg Jennings.
Anthony Barr is raw, but his talent is unquestioned.
Minnesota used its original 1st round pick (9 overall) to draft UCLA linebacker Anthony Barr, giving new head coach Mike Zimmer a talented playmaker to use against the opposing NFC North quarterbacks.
The Super Corvette from The Last Stand
This week, we sit down to discuss depressing video games and exciting movies. We also learn that David has a fancy way of describing his interests. Yes, we do also cover some important music news and some not-s0-impressive song covers.
The Last Stand
Punk Goes 90’s Volume 2
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Isaac loves Whitesnake with a passion.
This week, we sat down, got real, and played some terrible music. Yes, this episode is about the music that we should be ashamed to listen to. Each of us brought a few different ideas that showed the major differences in our musical tastes. We sincerely hope that you don’t cry too much during the episode.
Laser Time (this was originally their idea)
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