So in a drastic stretch of the imagination- this podcast is a Las Vegas Super Podcast. Listen on Apple Podcasts. Welp, we recorded this on Tuesday in a very different country with the hosts of Opening Arguments as guests! When I was a kid my family would go on long road trips and instead of listening to music we would listen to audiobooks or old time radio shows like Burns and Allen or The Jack Benny Show. I learned to enjoy the spoken word of those shows and audiobooks equally to, if not more than music because it taught me new things and inspired my imagination. This show brings back so many of those wonderful nostalgic feelings of childhood because it both does not make sense and it is also not music. Long time listener dropping by to say keep going, you guys are the absolute best! Apple Podcasts Preview.
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So in a drastic stretch of the imagination- this podcast is a Las Vegas Super Podcast. Meet Paul Mattingly. Paul discusses what it's like to grow up in Lebanon, Kentucky as the son of a former Catholic priest and a nun, his childhood friend D. Paul's origin story covered, they discuss Strom Thurman potentially working at UPS, a youtube campaign called "Don't Kill Eli" and try to answer two equally important questions: "Are electronic devices harming our children? Visit megaphone.