Sean has a 2 minute brain fart. Coronavirus talk for a few. Then…bigfoot. Michael is planting herbs. This was a weird convo. But that’s what friends do.
It’s called a “hangover”. Sean has fun in St. Louie and nerds out about cameras. Michael talks video. Then the convo goes to how crazy social media is. First Toilet paper, then hand sanitizer, now ketchup- restaurants around the country are struggling to get it because everyone has all the stock at home. This ofContinue reading “EP227: Ketchup Mustard”
The boys are back together again after a forced break. We have a lot of catching up to do. Sean shares his experience getting shot. A couple states have dropped their mask mandates. And the boys discuss what they miss about human interactions pre covid…and will we ever get back to the way it was.
Since the boys are sick of talking about it, they discuss it all one last time. Strap in for a jaded conversation with very little balance and trustworthy information.
Texas is screwed. Boil water advisory. Michael goes on a Covid and vaccine rant. Starting off where we left off. How often should we read the Bible? Does it change in your Christian walk?
Michael breaks proto and goes to play bones with cousin Will. Are you taking risks hanging around different people? And how easy or hard is it to make the decision to take a risk? Relationships are essential. What are you doing to keep your relationships going? The boys can’t wait for spring. They’re dreaming ofContinue reading “EP209: Breaking Proto”
Sean Dizzle gives an update…or should we say rant about how the general population in America is treating the coronavirus. We have a vaccine that is slowly being administered and yet people are seemingly acting like all is well again. How hard is it to follow guidelines? We aren’t safe yet people!
Sean Dizzle gives an update about covid and shares some of his opinions on what is happening in the U.S.
Vaccs are being served. Are you gonna get it? Covid is still a thing. Give Grandma a break this year…maybe? The boys talk about allowing the Christmas season to be a catalyst for a change of perspective on the whole year.
What’s been your favorite thing to do during this pandemic? Have any new hobbies?