We start off talking mindless drivel including mushroom stories. Then we go on entirely too long about Tony’s old vehicles. Tony buys tickets for shows he might not ever attend and Nhat talks about his guitar project.
We start off with technical difficulties and then spend a good portion of the podcast discussing Quentin Tarantino’s artistic license with Bruce Lee’s legacy in his new movie. Nhat reviews Lords Of Chaos and The Black Sea.
We start out replaying the same exact show we recorded last week. Unfortunately, we forgot to plug in the mixer to the laptop, so it recorded absolutely nothing. Then we discuss all of the wrong things we’ve done with the oujia board. Tony and his girlfriend have a terrible sound bath experience. Nhat reviews the Netflix series “Dark.”
We start off talking about a little bit about UFC 239 and social media. Nhat brings up his support for 2020 presidential candidate Andrew Yang. Nhat hates saying goodbye to people when he leaves a get-together. We talk about our boring Fourths of July. In science news, the new performance is runner’s poop.
We talk about board games and if they’re worth playing or not. Nhat mentions Huggermugger and Tony looks up the wrong thing and ends up Googling yoga mats like a moron. We talk about how bad the podcast is for our brains. Long nipples and bulging eyeballs pepper the conversation.
We have issues starting the show and then it devolves in fudge covered turkeys. Tony goes to see Clownvis and the impossible happens.. Someone challenges Tony’s “metal-ness.” Little does the poor bastard know.. Nhat shows Tony YouTube drummer Cameron Fleury. We then have a long discussion about cow and termite farts.
We talk about going back in time and if we’d want to go back into our previous timeline or an unknown one if we had the choice. Eventually, it just gets too much for our little brains to handle. We both wished we were smarter in math. Nhat gives a quick review of the new Ricky Gervais series, After Life. We may have found a front running song for the Who’s Shittier hall of fame.