The fellas celebrate Earth Day with KC Solar Co-Owner Hunter Hoss. We chat how solar panels are an essential item on the survivalist checklist or even a good investment on a suburban home. Plus, they talk about the most ridiculous thing Hunter has done in the name of renewable energy. This week’s Triple D: What do you call a person who drives a 125 mph in a 65 mph zone because he or she believes the police have better things to do?”
The fellas continue their discussion of how to help small business owners during the coronavirus pandemic. This week, they chat with Iron District Co-Owner Rachel Kennedy. Rachel talks about how their vendors, restaurants are adapting, the launch of a membership program and plans for a big party for when this mess is behind us. Scott Cameron, Beyond The Grey guitarist, joins as our music guest. This week’s Triple D: What do you call a restaurant worker, wearing no gloves who says, “I really don’t believe in this silly pandemic thing”?
After a long winter … like Game of Thrones winter, the fellas open season 2 (safely from the confines of their respective homes talking over the interwebs) chatting about how the coronavirus affects their lives. It’s taken a particular toll on Chad’s favorite coffee shop — Blip Roasters. And we talk about how people can help owner Ian Davis save Blip and, perhaps, win a vintage motorcycle to boot. This week’s Triple D: What do you call someone — especially during this time of COVID-19 — who spits on groceries or packages?
Becca loves binge watching TV shows. And the Midwestern weather pushed TV consumption to a frenzy. No shortage of frights. See her favorite 2018/19 series.
On the week of Chad’s 22nd wedding anniversary, the fellas discuss the married life. How did they each meet their spouse? They chat what they value in their marriage. And is the saying true, “when you marry … you marry the family?” Soon you’ll get to hear the ladies’ reaction in Part 2. This week’s Triple D: What do you call someone who asks you to do something — is never pleased with it — so they redo it anyway?
The fellas chat with Alana Gwinner, Kansas City’s ultimate craft beer enthusiast and proprietor of Eleven Three KC. She keeps the KC community up to date on the local craft beer scene — daily, folks, making her a must follow on Instagram. We talk current Kansas City beer scene and festivals. This week’s Triple D: What do you call someone who likes to stroll into the beer hall or tasting room and name drop the brewery owner?
The fellas talk near death experiences, the preciousness of life and activities atop their respective bucket lists. Luke Perry’s untimely death made the discussion all too real. Hear who wants to dive from an airplane, visit Venice before it falls into the ocean, or sing on the big stage. This week’s Triple D: What do you call someone who travels to foreign land and expects all of the comforts of home?
The fellas finally offer their take on coffee. Is it really the preferred beverage over craft beer? Chad’s stalking of LaColombe’s Todd Carmichael might provide the answer. Ultimately, they chat their favorite local cafes, coffee travel experiences and whether Keurigs are a device of the Devil. This week’s Triple D: What do you call someone who leaves a 1-star rating after only listening to a single episode of your podcast? This is episode is sponsored by the Open Belly Podcast. Open Belly is a podcast exploring Kansas City’s vibrant and diverse food culture. Its mission is to inspire people to break out of their comfort zone and explore new cultures, through food. Go to openbellypodcast.com to learn more.
Becca’s a HUGE fan of podcasts. And her listenership goes beyond “The Hump!” Like many, a commute to work serves as the perfect time to listen. But her penchant for true crime shows may just spook her into a fender bender. See her favorite podcasts.
The fellas chat with Danielle Lehman, creator and host of the Open Belly podcast. Open Belly is a podcast exploring Kansas City’s vibrant and diverse food culture. Her mission is to inspire people to break out of their comfort zone and explore new cultures, through food. This week’s Triple D: What do you call someone who asks to split up the bill based on how much you ate out of shared dishes?