Al & Frank get back together to discuss actress Felicity Huffman's 11 day stretch of jailtime and whether or not she's been reformed. Then they discuss the many forms of Hate Speech and the us of the R word in today's society before finally touching on the Myles Garrett/Mason Rudolph brawl on Thursday night football and its fallout.
Al & Frank get together in Dallas to be a part of The Bob & Tom Radio Experience and discuss the latest victim of #CancelCulture in the 24yo Viral Beer Fundraiser From ESPN's College Gameday who is now involved in controversy from tweets he sent when he was 16 and which now puts the $1.4million his campaign has raised in jeopardy.
Al & Frank discuss the climate and vibe of workplace security in this seemingly ever intense world, Frank talks about his guest spot on the Logan Paul podcast and Frank sits down with comedian & Daily Host contributor Ronny Chieng to discuss differences between American and International comedy audiences.
Al & Frank discuss Al's recent dental procedure, talk about the difficulty in resisting the urge to respond to wannabe trolls on Facebook and other social media, and discuss taking chances in comedy and going against type.
Al & Frank discuss the finer(?) points of white chocolate, what makes a good hot sauce (red or green) and debate the benefits of critiquing social media posts. PLUS, bonus audio as Frank sits down with special guests The Sklar Brothers (@SklarBrothers) & John Holmberg, from 98 KUPD (@98KUPD) in Phoenix for a discussion on their various acting roles and sports media involvement along with an introduction that we call impression jazz.
In continuation of last week's podcast, Al & Frank along with guest Chris Spangle, host of the We Are Libertarians Podcast (@werlibertarians @ChrisSpangle), discuss the two-party system, how politics has become entertainment, and how to navigate the minefield of offense as creators and discussion providers.
Al & Frank are joined by Chris Spangle (@ChrisSpangle), host of the We Are Libertarians Podcast (www.WeAreLibertarians.com) for an open discussion about gun violence in America in light of recent events in El Paso, TX & Dayton, OH
What cost is privacy? Can we even still hold onto the notion that we have any privacy in the digital world? Al & Frank discuss their fears of lack of privacy, whether it can be held onto and what might be happening to it as they try and be serious about the wide scope of what is privacy and who controls it.