Gadget’s Got It!

On the most recent episode, Gomez brought up a bit from Adult Swim’s Robot Chicken where The Rescue Rangers all lose their minds when Gadget shows up without pants. Because I’m a good guy, I went and found it for everybody to enjoy. Not like it was too hard to find, but isn’t it nice when we go the extra mile to ensure that you have easy access to all the best stuff? Continue reading

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Ep. 56: The Disney Afternoon

It’s a new week and, with that, comes a new episode! With the unveiling of the new DuckTales series, your double main men talk about the debut episode and then hop in the DeLorean to revisit the old Disney Afternoon that we all grew up watching after school in the 90s. So pop in those earbuds and listen, subscribe, review and share with friends on Apple Podcasts, Stitcher, Overcast, Podbean of wherever you get your favorite shows!

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Ep. 55: Rick And Morty

A new episode is upon you! This week, we’re talking Rick And Morty everything. It’s one of our favorite shows and it should be one of your’s too! We’re also trying the new flavors of Lay’s Potato Chips: Spicy Taco, Fried Green Tomato and Everything Bagel With Cream Cheese. Of course the usual banter and stories fills things out as well. Make sure to subscribe to us on Apple Podcasts, Podbean, Overcast or wherever you get your podcasts!

Karaoke Time!

In our latest episode (available here), the Big Finish was our top three karaoke songs. Well, this song may not have made my list, but here’s a video of me slaying while in New Orleans a few years back. I love New Orleans. It’s a good time. This was at a bar called Cat’s Meow that’s right on Bourbon St. Can’t miss it. Stop in if you’re ever there because it’s always packed with chicks.

I can’t help myself if there’s karaoke available. I will sing and sing all night. I would label myself as borderline “not terrible”. You can judge for yourself.

Ballpark Experience: Tropicana Field, Home of the Tampa Bay Rays

If you’ve been a reader of my baseball blogs for any period of time, you know full well that I’m very much a New York Mets fan. That being said, you also know I currently reside in Tampa, FL where I’m very much thankful for not living in New York anymore.

One of the things that makes baseball great and unique is the stadiums. No two are alike and each have their own quirks, features and personality that make them truly unique. I’ve been to about half the ballparks in the league thus far and it’s always one of my favorite things to plan a trip around seeing a stadium for the first time.

That being said, this wasn’t my first trip to Tropicana Field (according to my MLB At The Ballpark app, it was my 7th), but I’ve never taken the time to detail it until now. Continue reading

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Episode 54: Sequels

Who likes good news? Everyone? Well, good news, everyone! A brand new episode is upon you and we’re talking about all of the things! New Oreo flavors! Funko Pop figures! The sports! And our favorite sequels! It’s action packed! You may own an entire seat, but you’ll only need the edge of it!

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Mets At The Deadline, Grading The Deals, Team Finally Finds Amed’s Phone Number

The 2017 non-waiver trade deadline has come and gone and it doesn’t seem like anybody’s much too happy with what the Mets did…or didn’t do for that matter. After shipping Lucas Duda to the Tampa Bay Rays last week, the Mets made a curious trade with the Miami Marlins on Friday night to acquire AJ Ramos and then brought things down to today’s 4PM Eastern deadline with only the expected trade of closer, Addison Reed to the Red Sox.

In a perfect world, the Mets, toiling through what has been a lost season, would have been able to deal a bunch of their players who are pending free agents for players and prospects that would strengthen a retooling of the roster to prepare for 2018, but the combination of injuries, disappointing seasons and a soft market for offense found the Mets at prom night without a dance partner. Continue reading