On this go round, we discuss The Butchering Art by Lindsey Fitzharris. An insanely savage book about Joseph lister and the quest to change Victorian medicine. Brought to you by Maddie!
We thought we’d share some thoughts on our favorite Christmas Movies of days past as well as some Christmas favorites from this year. Recent titles include Noelle, The Christmas Chronicles, and old favorites such as Home Alone, The Santa Clause, and more!
Of course, this being an inbetween episode, we’d like to share some of our own New Year Resolutions, as well as to say THANK YOU, to all of you who’ve taken time to listen and support this fun project of ours.
How about a throwback to the early 2000s chatting about Steven Soderbergh’s superior remake of Ocean’s Eleven. We spoil the hell out of this one, so if you haven’t seen a 20+ year old film, we apologize.
We bring back the uplifting news headline and bring you some well needed joy around these parts!
And raving about a new concert opportunity, can’t wait! Thanks for joining us as we continue our experiment!
Just in the nick of time, we got our podcast episode in! Very proud of ourselves, much wow:
Madd could not wait to share some thoughts on Stephen King’s latest, The Institute. She read it like a mad person in record time so let’s hear some critical and emotional reactions!
Just when we thought it couldn’t get more obvious, this Ukraine business gets blown wide open by Bill Taylor’s statement to Congress. Will the Democrats continue to twiddle their thumbs or impeach? Let’s rage together!
Lastly, we wanted to spend a few minutes praising and sharing our love for the one and only holiday classic The Nightmare Before Christmas. Now it’s a family tradition our kid can enjoy with us!
Also, we tried watching the new Star Wars trailer but we refuse to go to Disney jail, so instead of playing it in the background, you will hear us reacting to dead silence. It was wonderful.
Happy to be back as we celebrated Madd’s birthday this weekend!
In honor of the little adventures we had this weekend, we thought to keep things slightly local and chat about Casper and some of the cool things to do this weekend. Casper ain’t so bad! Also, we are in no way, shape or form affiliated with the City of Casper nor its marketing entities. What the hell, can’t I just say something nice about Casper?
Since it’s spooky scary October, we’re doing blurbs and quick shoutouts to our favorite spooky scary films. This time around we babble on and rejoice in the 70s joy of Richard Donner’s The Omen. Catholic guilt, here we go again!
Lastly, a breakthrough! Madd and I find a new way to cover the news! Give it a listen!