66: Let’s Do It Again

Only Murders In The Building

A last minute impromptu guest invite brings us the lovely Maria, a woman I spend most of my life with. Mostly because we got married but also because she’s pretty hot and smarter than me is. Unfortunately, I completely get everything off to a bad start by almost getting through the entire show and then realizing I forgot to push “Record.” Embarrassing. Anyway, it all turned out okay. We discuss “Only Murders In The Building,” the arrival of autumn, and the very first concert we ever went to. Probably worth a listen. Hope you like it.

61: Beer

Yesterday, storms moved through the south and made it very difficult to record a podcast. So here we are today. Been awhile since I shared a beer with you so I hope you don’t mind if I crack one open today. I got to watch the Jason Isbell documentary¬†Running With Our Eyes Closed¬†last night. I really enjoyed it and it made me think about how challenging relationships can be. I’ve had some pretty stormy ones for sure. Like those storms of yesterday, moving in and throwing stuff around. Not fun. Okay, I’ll see you later this week. Let’s try to do a video.

58: Your Cheatin’ Heart

cheating

This week I’m doing battle with my cat, discovering new music and getting into a documentary about cheating. Are you a cheater in relationships? Have you cheated? I’ll let you know a story about the closest I’ve come to cheating. Was it cheating? I don’t think so. Let me know if I’m wrong. Hope to hear from you. Enjoy your weekend, friends!

30: Fooling Around

Can pineapple heal your eyes? a study in Taiwan shows a 70% improvement in some cases! Speaking of pineapple, a 2020 study shows many couples are beginning to change their relationship status from”monogamous” to “non-monogamous.” Are you ready to make the switch? I checked with AI to find out how to keep a relationship working. This AI kid really seems to know something. See you next time friends!

24: It’s Not Me It’s You

Hi friends! Hope your week is off to a good start. I have an idea of how to deal with the damage Van Halen did to me when I was younger. Tell me if you think it’s a good idea. And speaking of good ideas, I’ve been thinking of a new, radical way to approach relationships. Although maybe it’s only new and radical to me. Maybe everyone else has been doing this all along. Perhaps I’m the last big jerk. Well, crap.