Everybody Loses 012 | Cats and Dictators

January 23, 2017

New President, same podcast. On Episode 12, John and Matt discuss the Inauguration of the latest leader of the free world, DJ Trump. Our hosts theorize as to what sort of greeting the former Presidents gave to Trump (and each other) and how Trump will fare in general. The two also discuss how, under pressure from the Boss himself, a Bruce Springsteen cover band backed out of playing an inauguration party in our own state of New Jersey. In the Everybody Loses segment John, a dog owner, must argue why cats are better than man's best friend, while Matt, a true lover of democracy, must explain why dictatorships are better than good old 'murican freedom.

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Everybody Loses 011 | Vegetables and Managers

January 18, 2017

In the latest episode, John and Matt discuss their differing views of the Coen brothers' praised movie No Country For Old Men. John describes the current Fake News controversy to Matt, and Matt tells John about Super Mario Odyssey, the upcoming Nintendo Switch game that puts our beloved plumber in a very new environment. In the Everybody Loses segment, John must explain why vegetables are more enjoyable to eat then meat, while Matt must argue why managers in a business setting are not necessary.

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Everybody Loses 010 | 2016 and Shoobies

January 9, 2017

We go forward by looking back on this week's episode, the first Everybody Loses of 2017. After a brief conversation discussing the loss of two of 2016's last victims, Carrie Fisher and Debbie Reynolds, John and Matt each list their personal best thing and worst thing about 2016. Matt also tells John about an absurd news headline he read concerning the handling of Carrie Fisher's remains. In the Everybody Loses segment, John is challenged to discuss why 2016, a generally hated year, was the best year in recorded history. Matt, a year-round resident in a summer tourism shore town, is forced to explain why the mass influx of Pennsylvanians known as shoobies are great people.

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