EP174 Pride Sandwiches

A/C is out at the Hines chateau. Trump wants to remove TikTok from America. Covid is still rampant. Sean braves a new pizza joint. tastemade.com

Sports are starting back up. Life is weird. The boys discuss life in Covid and what they are doing to bide their time. Both are loving cooking playing Fortnight.

The boys have a convo about home projects and pride. 
“Pride sandwiches are not that very filling.”

EP173 Fortnite and Corona Talk

Sean and Michael are playing Fortnight. Sean is already better after one day of playing. Michael is super jelly.

Michael had a birthday. He’s “38 & Feeling Great”. 
Covid is spiking. Some parents are having Covid parties. But, we should be discussing prevention, healthy diet, and sun exposure. All go towards defeating the virus.

Sean is quitting smoking. But not cigars. Masks are required everywhere and people suck and don’t want to wear them.

Ending on a lighter note: Sean cut the beard and is growing a goatee.

EP169: Post 4th Hang

It’s been a long while since recording or even talking. The boys get back together after vacation and the holiday.

Two openly gay black guys are running for congress. Is this a first? Is this a big deal to celebrate? Shouldn’t it already be a thing if it’s not?
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Sean is now a licensed officiant. And the boys share stories from the 4th.

EP168 Rescoping the Church

We missed Sunday, but that’s gotta be ok. Michael shouts out his moms. Sean and Brooke go on a treasure hunt. Michael is building a new privacy fence.

 
Sean gloats about his new TV a bit. Michael bought a 55”. Sean went home and bought the 65”.


The boys talk about an interview from the podcast, “Ruminate”. The discussion was on what the church should look like post Covid. If it all comes down to money at the end of the day, how can you really rescope the church?

 
The guys give their opinion of what the church should be vs what it is today. Community is more effective than church.

EP165 Honoring Juneteenth

Michael goes solo in celebration of Juneteenth, the 155th celebration of the emancipation of black slaves in America.


He breaks down the history and gives some pointed direction on how to celebrate the day. He also discusses “white guilt” vs advocacy.

 
Juneteenth: www.juneteenth.com/history.htm
The Middle Passage: www.juneteenth.com/middlep.htm
The 1619 Project: nyti.ms/3dd6PId