Last night, good friend of the blog Terry Neidl joined me to discuss SLU and Syracuse’s chances, the NCAA tournament, and how technology might change the way conferences organize and how we watch the game. Warning: NSFW language.
Thanks for tuning in. (You can download the file here.)
It makes me cringe to call it soda. It’s pop where I come from, but around here they call it soda. Anyways, the NYC ban was overturned and Andrew Heaton and I discuss it here. (You can stream it below.)
In this podcast, we talk about the minimum wage and President Obama’s proposal to raise it $9 an hour.
Here’s Episode #20:
In this podcast, we reference Sonny Bunch’s blog and his piece at The Weekly Standard from 2006. Hondo’s piece about the national championship game will appear on ClotureClub.com in the coming days.
Here’s Episode #19:
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Here’s episode 18 of the Bomblecast:
Friends: This week, join me & Andrew Heaton on the Bomblecast to discuss Canada, economic freedom, and advances in technology.
Friends, no guest this week — but I did add some great production value for you all.
So grab your blankets, your egg nogg, and pull up a chair for episode #16 of the Bomblecast.
This week, my former roommate Andrew Heaton joins me to discuss Red Dawn and the response of New York and New Jersey to Hurricane Sandy’s effect on scarce resources, namely gasoline.
EPISODE 15 (right click and save as to download)
This evening, fellow Ignatius graduate Drew Daar joins me to discuss the St. Ignatius/Mentor game, the Office, and Alaska State Troopers.
EPISODE 14 (right click and save as to download)