In a shocking reversal of orthodoxy, a lawyer dials us. So what do we talk about? Why, the past and future of radio, of course. It’s what we know. That and the Vikes. Go meat! Or whatever.
Make sure to say the title of today’s episode with the emphases on the word money, not talks. Otherwise you might confuse it with that other show. Hear Trump’s new tax plan, healthcare talk, and some facts about the 400 richest people in the country while you’re at it.
Dan is 10% happier. We’re not sure 10% happier than what at the moment, but we’ll have more as the situation develops. Or you could just download his app, also called 10% happier, and find out for yourself.
Donald Trump is the name on everyone’s mind, and on Michael’s book. He’s rich, he’s loud, and he might be president. What’s his angle? Find out in Never Enough.
From now on the Tom Barnard Show will cost $15,000 a week to listen to. If they can charge that for psoriatic arthritis, why can’t we? But just for you, the person reading this, we’ll keep it free as a loyalty reward.
After their first victory since the last supermoon eclipse, Vikings fans are capitalizing on the opportunity to celebrate. Costaki is also happy with the Falcons, but that happens often enough that it’s not a big deal.
A lot of big names grace the description of this week’s episode! Featuring clips from Al Jean, Fran Tarkenton, Sean Patton, and Adam Hunter.
Fran Tarkenton was a football player. If you like football, you’ve probably heard of him. But did you know he failed a lot? He wrote a book about it, even. He’ll be doing a signing tomorrow at the Mall of America, so go there. Sean, being a Fran Fan, might be there, so that’s exciting […]
In something of a followup from yesterday’s episode, today is about microaggressions. It’s an ill-defined and obscure problem, but it’s a problem nonetheless. That is, if you go to an ivy league school. Kristyn helpfully discusses some examples from TV.