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A professor and an adman question deserving people

Latest Episodes

Episode 9 – Megan Wilkes – on entrepreneurship, pies, politics, and the modern plague of alliteration as a substitute for headline craft.

EMegan makes, markets and manages the best pie game we’ve ever seen/tasted. If you’re writing a hard-bitten noir novella with a pie magnate in it, we’d recommend you just steal […]

94 MINAUG 6
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Episode 9 – Megan Wilkes – on entrepreneurship, pies, politics, and the modern plague of alliteration as a substitute for headline craft.

Episode 8 – Daniel Forsythe Part II – on Byzantine departure fallout, arcane theological speculation, Tolkien, and jewish demonology, maybe

EIt’s part two of our lengthy and entirely rewarding (looking at you, Liz) conversation with Daniel Forsythe. Listen to part 1 first. Or don’t. We’re not in charge of you. […]

89 MINJUN 29
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Episode 8 – Daniel Forsythe Part II – on Byzantine departure fallout, arcane theological speculation, Tolkien, and jewish demonology, maybe

Episode 7 – Daniel Forsythe Part I – on Byzantine Priesthood, coming out, and teaching high school english.

EThis is a two-parter, and worth every second of it. Daniel Forsythe is a former Byzantine Catholic Priest and good friend of Matt and Liz’s. Part I deals with Daniel’s […]

116 MINJUN 5
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Episode 7 – Daniel Forsythe Part I – on Byzantine Priesthood, coming out, and teaching high school english.

Episode 6 – Chris Smith on advertising, hair metal, Tom Bodett, and historical perspective

EChris is the creative director for Motel 6 and HEB. He’s won the Mercury Award for radio 7 times. He’s a two-time jeopardy champion, an improv comic, a serial event […]

108 MINMAR 7
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Episode 6 – Chris Smith on advertising, hair metal, Tom Bodett, and historical perspective

Episode 5 – Kim Alexander on teaching, painting, and How to Actually Be Best

EFor the new year, we wanted to invite on someone who inspires us to be better people. So the natural choice was our amazing friend Kim. Unfortunately she couldn’t inspire […]

-1 sFEB 14
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Episode 5 – Kim Alexander on teaching, painting, and How to Actually Be Best

Episode 4 – Thorne Anderson on war zones, journalism, and competitive marriages

EThorne is our friend, and also an award-winning photojournalist who covered, among other wars, the run up to the Iraq War and the Bosnian civil war. This conversation touched on […]

91 MIN2018 NOV 27
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Episode 4 – Thorne Anderson on war zones, journalism, and competitive marriages

Episode 3 – Alice Laussade on curing disease with BBQ

EOur very first non-us guest, Alice Laussade, discusses the meaty fruits of her bone-deep hatred of MS. She’s a James Beard award-winning food writer. Also founder and CEO of Meat […]

-1 s2018 NOV 6
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Episode 3 – Alice Laussade on curing disease with BBQ

Episode 2 – Matt Bull on advertising, coffee, and UFOs.

ELiz grills an audibly uncomfortable Matt, who somehow landed this gig as the podcast’s cohost, for the better part of an hour, after heavy editing. Topics discussed include advertising, do-gooderism, […]

62 MIN2018 OCT 24
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Episode 2 – Matt Bull on advertising, coffee, and UFOs.

Minisode 1 – Bell Jar Avocados

EA short bit where we taste test a recreation of Sylvia Plath’s peculiar childhood avocado preparation, as mentioned in The Bell Jar. [Also please note that after recording we realized […]

10 MIN2018 OCT 12
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Minisode 1 – Bell Jar Avocados
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Latest Episodes

Episode 9 – Megan Wilkes – on entrepreneurship, pies, politics, and the modern plague of alliteration as a substitute for headline craft.

EMegan makes, markets and manages the best pie game we’ve ever seen/tasted. If you’re writing a hard-bitten noir novella with a pie magnate in it, we’d recommend you just steal […]

94 MINAUG 6
Comments
Episode 9 – Megan Wilkes – on entrepreneurship, pies, politics, and the modern plague of alliteration as a substitute for headline craft.

Episode 8 – Daniel Forsythe Part II – on Byzantine departure fallout, arcane theological speculation, Tolkien, and jewish demonology, maybe

EIt’s part two of our lengthy and entirely rewarding (looking at you, Liz) conversation with Daniel Forsythe. Listen to part 1 first. Or don’t. We’re not in charge of you. […]

89 MINJUN 29
Comments
Episode 8 – Daniel Forsythe Part II – on Byzantine departure fallout, arcane theological speculation, Tolkien, and jewish demonology, maybe

Episode 7 – Daniel Forsythe Part I – on Byzantine Priesthood, coming out, and teaching high school english.

EThis is a two-parter, and worth every second of it. Daniel Forsythe is a former Byzantine Catholic Priest and good friend of Matt and Liz’s. Part I deals with Daniel’s […]

116 MINJUN 5
Comments
Episode 7 – Daniel Forsythe Part I – on Byzantine Priesthood, coming out, and teaching high school english.

Episode 6 – Chris Smith on advertising, hair metal, Tom Bodett, and historical perspective

EChris is the creative director for Motel 6 and HEB. He’s won the Mercury Award for radio 7 times. He’s a two-time jeopardy champion, an improv comic, a serial event […]

108 MINMAR 7
Comments
Episode 6 – Chris Smith on advertising, hair metal, Tom Bodett, and historical perspective

Episode 5 – Kim Alexander on teaching, painting, and How to Actually Be Best

EFor the new year, we wanted to invite on someone who inspires us to be better people. So the natural choice was our amazing friend Kim. Unfortunately she couldn’t inspire […]

-1 sFEB 14
Comments
Episode 5 – Kim Alexander on teaching, painting, and How to Actually Be Best

Episode 4 – Thorne Anderson on war zones, journalism, and competitive marriages

EThorne is our friend, and also an award-winning photojournalist who covered, among other wars, the run up to the Iraq War and the Bosnian civil war. This conversation touched on […]

91 MIN2018 NOV 27
Comments
Episode 4 – Thorne Anderson on war zones, journalism, and competitive marriages

Episode 3 – Alice Laussade on curing disease with BBQ

EOur very first non-us guest, Alice Laussade, discusses the meaty fruits of her bone-deep hatred of MS. She’s a James Beard award-winning food writer. Also founder and CEO of Meat […]

-1 s2018 NOV 6
Comments
Episode 3 – Alice Laussade on curing disease with BBQ

Episode 2 – Matt Bull on advertising, coffee, and UFOs.

ELiz grills an audibly uncomfortable Matt, who somehow landed this gig as the podcast’s cohost, for the better part of an hour, after heavy editing. Topics discussed include advertising, do-gooderism, […]

62 MIN2018 OCT 24
Comments
Episode 2 – Matt Bull on advertising, coffee, and UFOs.

Minisode 1 – Bell Jar Avocados

EA short bit where we taste test a recreation of Sylvia Plath’s peculiar childhood avocado preparation, as mentioned in The Bell Jar. [Also please note that after recording we realized […]

10 MIN2018 OCT 12
Comments
Minisode 1 – Bell Jar Avocados
the END
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