Friday, February 16, 2018
Apologies for the poorly timed title following the events at Stoneman Douglas High School. Kelen doesn’t understand how his brain works. Seasonal depression is looked at and its big brother, depression. The differences between pouting and just doing your job is pondered. A new challenger took his shot with one of Kelen’s coworkers and is applauded for his Valentine’s Day effort. Super Bowl LII is recapped belatedly but leads to an interesting discussion of the parallels between Michael Jordan and Tom Brady. Kelen is able to form an opinion of Justin Timberlake in 2018. Remember Parkland and all the ridiculous gun violence.
Friday, February 9, 2018
Despite an impending cold, Kelen still does the show. The best wrestler in the world is debated and decided upon. Kevin Durant has worked his way back into Kelen’s good graces. Kelen uses the word wont. The 2018 Royal Rumble is reviewed. Ronda Rousey made her WWE debut to little fanfare. Justin Timberlake and all his missteps prior to his Super Bowl LII halftime performance are mentioned. The Cavs never really deserved LeBron did they?
Friday, February 2, 2018
As promised, I bring my wonderful better half on the show, my wife Angel Conley. We spend some time debating about whether the intro I’ve used for the last 49 episodes is any good. I say this may have been a mistake at least twice. We talk about how she got into education and how her West Virginia History Bowl teams truly have no offseason. We relive our relationship through the years and discuss parenthood. I recall some various topics from the past 49 episodes and ask Angel her thoughts. Wrestling is brought up very briefly. And because things come full circle, we make our Super Bowl LII picks!
Recommendations: Drink Champs Ep. 23 & 26 w/ Snoop Dogg. The Bill Simmons Podcast Reunion show with Jalen Rose.
Dad says Tiger is winning the Masters this year.
Friday, January 26, 2018
Despite past reservations, Kelen may be back on the Durantula train. The pettiness of pancake preference comes up. Parenting doesn't wait. Kelen is either elated or saddened by reaching his Kevin Durant year of life. Tom Haverford’s real life companion is discovered to be trash. Starbucks is another evil empire lying beneath the surface. Vince McMahon doesn't care about black people.
Friday, January 19, 2018
Episode #48: Daughters, Dads, And Disney OR Four Disappointed Significant Others (Costarring Errick Greenlee, Marcus Robinson & Michael Lamerique)
It's Like A Podcast Or Whatever's Errick "Handsome Bane" Greenlee and Michael Lamerique host. Marcus "ShowinmadLov" Robinson is without a kid but allowed to join. Disney as a brand and an empire is discussed. Prince Eric's legacy is mentioned. Kelen makes a choice that Michael does not agree with. Marcus reminisces of the Blob. The second podcast crossover for the Hyphen Podcast Group happens. Men are trash is recited often. Hills are alive with a sound. Barack Obama is mentioned. Disney is discussed in between tangents. Kelen draws the ire of the hosts and guest with an ill-timed movie quote. LEAVE MARCUS WILLIAMS ALONE.
Thursday, January 18, 2018
The Conference Championships have arrived, marking the final episode of the Fantasy Football Bosses Podcast. In episode 21, host Gary Wolfe finally admits his hatred for his co-host Anthony Sellers, if only sparked by last weeks pick'em challenge.
Alas, they set aside the differences to bring you their top plays this week in the most important games for each of the four teams, as well as their sleeper picks and potential player busts.
They pick the two games as well. Who comes out on top of their playoff pick'em challenge? You'll have to listen to find out.
Until next season...
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Tuesday, January 16, 2018
RIP Prodigy - One of the greatest to ever do it...
Recorded live 6-23-17 on WRVZ, 98.7 The Beat in Charleston, WV.