The fellas chat video games as school curriculum as well as how implicit bias and cyberbullying can show up in gaming with Bubba Gaeddert, executive director of Varsity Esports Foundation. This week’s Triple D: “What do you call someone who trolls in online gaming?”
With vacations all but cancelled, the fellas chat about alternatives including inflatable kayaks, RV trips and meccas to Winterfell. Sadly, a trek to Vancouver is no longer. But yes. You can rent Winterfell on AirBnB. This week’s Triple D: “What do you call a door-to-door salesperson, especially during the era of physical distancing?”
Inspired by a special, virtual clip from Marshawn Lynch and culture guru guest Jessie Jacob, the fellas chat organizational culture, mental health during the coronavirus pandemic and the benefits of authenticity and vulnerability. This week’s Triple D: “What do you call someone who requires and plans mandatory fun?”
The fellas chat bad coronavirus television and movie streaming, former Kansas City Chiefs QB Alex Smith’s return to football, Mother’s Day and whether you should ever wash your eyeballs. Nicole Springer rocks it this week as the music guest. This week’s Triple D: “What do you call someone who assumes you have nothing better to while quarantined so they expect immediate responses to everything?”
The fellas chat managing your finances during the coronavirus pandemic with Chartered Financial Analyst, Certified Financial Planner and Craft Beer Enthusiast Jordan Nietzel. Unemployed? Steps to manage. Afraid for your 401k? Don’t look. This week’s Triple D: “What do you call someone who takes financial information not available to public (any senators out there?) and then makes a stock transaction?”This week’s Triple D: What do you call a person who invades your personal space during the coronavirus?”
Minutes before the 2020 NFL Draft, the fellas celebrate their Kansas City Chiefs having the final pick, discuss the draft format and the upcoming NFL season, and brag about the dubious distinction of being excellent liars on virtual game nights. DJ Kay Fan joins to talk COVID-19 DJ plight and spin a track. This week’s Triple D: What do you call a person who invades your personal space during the coronavirus?”
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?
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?