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Just a bunch of guys talking about anything and everything.

Latest Episodes

GOTR Podcast: One And Done in College Hoops

On the heels of the Zion Williamson fiasco on Wednesday night, the Guys talk One and Done in their final episode on BlogTalkRadio. Don't worry. We aren't going anywhere though. Stay tuned to our facebook page Facebook.com/GOTRPodcast as we will be updating that this week with our new information and where you can find out shows. Plus some new stuff we've been working on! It's an exciting time that's for sure. Have any thoughts on the show? Share them with us on facebook or tweet us @GOTRpodcast or email us: GuysOfTheRoundtable@gmail.com

52 MIN2019 FEB 25
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GOTR Podcast: One And Done in College Hoops

Why Gym Class is Important & Fixing NBA All-Star Weekend

Lots of stuff discussed on the latest GOTR Podcast. Spoiler alert: It was taped on Friday evening. We talked whether gym class is important (Topic starts 10 minutes in) as well as how to fix NBA All-Star weekend (Topic starts 40 minutes in). Also, be prepared for a massive rant by Andy on the All-Star weekend about 50 minutes in. Plus here's the article we discussed at length related to gym class:https://www.philly.com/philly/education/gym-class-thats-like-stepping-into-a-video-game-20180126.html Enjoy! Have an opinion on the matter? Call in at (347) 934-0036 to voice your opinion or tweet us @GOTRPodcast. Also be sure to bookmark our new website at www.GOTRpodcast.com. Also, like us on facebook at Facebook.com/GOTRPodcast, follow our stream here on blogtalkradio or email us guysoftheroundtable@gmail.com. You can also find us on itunes, Stitcher and Shout Engine. Be sure to become a patron by going to our patreon page at www.patreon.com/guysoftheroundtable

64 MIN2019 FEB 18
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Why Gym Class is Important & Fixing NBA All-Star Weekend

The Reality Of Having A Mixed Baby.

EEverything in life right now is going great. I have a girl that loves me. I'm gonna be a father and a husband. So I have all the reasons in the world to be happy. Yet, I can't help but think of all the bullshit that's gonna come our way in raising a mixed child. Sure everyone is happy for us and are wishing us well. Reality is, the same people that are wishing us well, are talking hella shit behind our backs and will be soon brave enough to say it to our faces. Racism will rear it's ugly head. I wonder if my girl will be ready for all of that? Have an opinion on the matter? Call in at (347) 934-0036 to voice your opinion or tweet us @GOTRPodcast. Also be sure to bookmark our new website at www.GOTRpodcast.com. Also, like us on facebook at Facebook.com/GOTRPodcast, follow our stream here on blogtalkradio or email us guysoftheroundtable@gmail.com. You can also find us on itunes, Stitcher and Shout Engine. Be sure to become a patron by going to our patreon page at www.patreon.com/guyso...

41 MIN2019 FEB 13
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The Reality Of Having A Mixed Baby.

Let's Take a Logical Look At Racism.

EAight folks, it's time to gain some sensibility. I know we've all heard about the Liam Neeson interview by now, where he talks to the interviewer about an incident he went through back in the day. He was candid, he was truthful, and most importantly, he realized he was wrong and grew from it. Now, because we live in a world where people become "outraged" and want you to lose your job, the internet did what the internet does and took things to a whole new level of being stupid. Now people are calling this man a racist and want him fired. Is that the right way to combat racism? Let's hash this all out in today's episode. Have an opinion on the matter? Call in at (347) 934-0036 to voice your opinion or tweet us @GOTRPodcast. Also be sure to bookmark our new website at www.GOTRpodcast.com. Also, like us on facebook at Facebook.com/GOTRPodcast, follow our stream here on blogtalkradio or email us guysoftheroundtable@gmail.com. You can also find us on itunes, Stitcher and Shout Engine. Be ...

58 MIN2019 FEB 9
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Let's Take a Logical Look At Racism.

Is Love Really (Un)Conditional?

EWe've heard the old adage, "love conquers all", "all you need is a little love", "love will find a way", and my personal favorite, "love is unconditional". But is it really? I mean, yes we do have love for people, family, friends, significant other. But is our love truly unconditional or do we place specific conditions on love and how we love? In today's episode, I wanna explore this idea if love really is unconditional. I'm pretty sure that this topic wil lbe revisited again in the future, bur for today, let's flex our intellectual muscles a bit and have some fun. Have an opinion on the matter? Call in at (347) 934-0036 to voice your opinion or tweet us @GOTRPodcast. Also be sure to bookmark our new website at www.GOTRpodcast.com. Also, like us on facebook at Facebook.com/GOTRPodcast, follow our stream here on blogtalkradio or email us guysoftheroundtable@gmail.com. You can also find us on itunes, Stitcher and Shout Engine. Be sure to become a patron by going to our patreon page at...

44 MIN2018 DEC 19
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Is Love Really (Un)Conditional?

When The Going Gets Tough...We Usually Quit.

ESaturday night, my girlfriend and I had a heart to heart conversation. Mostly, it was me venting some frustrations about life and her listening and chiming in when she could. Then she dropped a bomb-shell on me that really made me think. She said that I quit things when they get too difficult. Upon hearing this, I didn't know whether to get offended, get angry, or clap back with some witty remark. I chose to do neither of those. Instead, I pondered what she said and eventaully agreed with her. I do quit things when they get too difficult. Football, med school, relationships, and various other things. Then I thought, if I do this, what about others? Do other people quit difficult things as well? The answer is, probably. So, let's have a discusssion shall we? Let's see where we can go with this. Have an opinion on the matter? Call in at (347) 934-0036 to voice your opinion or tweet us @GOTRPodcast. Also be sure to bookmark our new website at www.GOTRpodcast.com. Also, like us on faceb...

41 MIN2018 DEC 10
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When The Going Gets Tough...We Usually Quit.

Dads Are Just As Important In Raising Kids.

EWith the high rates of single mothers and a lot of dad bashing articles out there (surprisingly), I wanted to take some time in today's episode to discuss the importance of having a father in a kids life. There are plenty of benefits fo having our dads in our lives, they help us gain confidence. Make smarter decisions in life. Give us the confidence we need to go out there and slay shit. So heck yeah dads are important! Let's delve a little more shall we? Have an opinion on the matter? Call in at (347) 934-0036 to voice your opinion or tweet us @GOTRPodcast. Also be sure to bookmark our new website at www.GOTRpodcast.com. Also, like us on facebook at Facebook.com/GOTRPodcast, follow our stream here on blogtalkradio or email us guysoftheroundtable@gmail.com. You can also find us on itunes, Stitcher and Shout Engine. Be sure to become a patron by going to our patreon page at www.patreon.com/guysoftheroundtable

46 MIN2018 DEC 8
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Dads Are Just As Important In Raising Kids.

Exploration of Religion And It's Concept.

EGrowing up, I've dabbled in many religions and had an up and down experience with the whole thing. Now I don't want to say that religion is bad as a whole, because I can understand why it's important to most. As for my experience, i don't think religion is that important.A lot of religion relies on basic philosophies of the human experience. Regardless,religion can illicit some really strong emotional responses when it's the subject of focus. in today's episode, I try to explore the concept of religion a little bit. Not in a negative manner, but more in a quizzical nature of why do we need or don't need it Let's discuss Have an opinion on the matter? Call in at (347) 934-0036 to voice your opinion or tweet us @GOTRPodcast. Also be sure to bookmark our new website at www.GOTRpodcast.com. Also, like us on facebook at Facebook.com/GOTRPodcast, follow our stream here on blogtalkradio or email us guysoftheroundtable@gmail.com. You can also find us on itunes, Stitcher and Shout Engine. Be...

61 MIN2018 NOV 19
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Exploration of Religion And It's Concept.

Enjoy The Things That You Have. Not What You Wish For.

EI know that I've been on this podcast before talking about enjoy life and pursue your passions. But every now and again, I too fall victim to the wishes and desires of life. I often times find myself in a funk thinking about the things I wish I could've had, instead of really taking the time to enjoy the things that I have now. It's a bit hypocritical to honest, but we all do it. We all fall victim to the desires of our mind. So, let's have a brief discussion about it. Have an opinion on the matter? Call in at (347) 934-0036 to voice your opinion or tweet us @GOTRPodcast. Also be sure to bookmark our new website at www.GOTRpodcast.com. Also, like us on facebook at Facebook.com/GOTRPodcast, follow our stream here on blogtalkradio or email us guysoftheroundtable@gmail.com. You can also find us on itunes, Stitcher and Shout Engine. Be sure to become a patron by going to our patreon page at www.patreon.com/guysoftheroundtable

38 MIN2018 OCT 27
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Enjoy The Things That You Have. Not What You Wish For.

Why are Christians rejected in modern day society?

EAccroding to some studies, religioin seems to be on the decline. In a poll that was taken back in 2014, survey has shown that approx. 78% of adults say they are religiously affliated, whichis an approx. 7% decline from that same survey taken back in 2007, which had approx. 83% of adults claiming to be religiously affliated. So why the decline? What has people turning their backs on religion? Andy and I will try and discuss some possible reasons as to why people are leaving the church or abandoning religion all togehter. Have an opinion on the matter? Call in at (347) 934-0036 to voice your opinion or tweet us @GOTRPodcast. Also be sure to bookmark our new website at www.GOTRpodcast.com. Also, like us on facebook at Facebook.com/GOTRPodcast, follow our stream here on blogtalkradio or email us guysoftheroundtable@gmail.com. You can also find us on itunes, Stitcher and Shout Engine. Be sure to become a patron by going to our patreon page at www.patreon.com/guysoftheroundtable.

62 MIN2018 SEP 25
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Why are Christians rejected in modern day society?

Latest Episodes

GOTR Podcast: One And Done in College Hoops

On the heels of the Zion Williamson fiasco on Wednesday night, the Guys talk One and Done in their final episode on BlogTalkRadio. Don't worry. We aren't going anywhere though. Stay tuned to our facebook page Facebook.com/GOTRPodcast as we will be updating that this week with our new information and where you can find out shows. Plus some new stuff we've been working on! It's an exciting time that's for sure. Have any thoughts on the show? Share them with us on facebook or tweet us @GOTRpodcast or email us: GuysOfTheRoundtable@gmail.com

52 MIN2019 FEB 25
Comments
GOTR Podcast: One And Done in College Hoops

Why Gym Class is Important & Fixing NBA All-Star Weekend

Lots of stuff discussed on the latest GOTR Podcast. Spoiler alert: It was taped on Friday evening. We talked whether gym class is important (Topic starts 10 minutes in) as well as how to fix NBA All-Star weekend (Topic starts 40 minutes in). Also, be prepared for a massive rant by Andy on the All-Star weekend about 50 minutes in. Plus here's the article we discussed at length related to gym class:https://www.philly.com/philly/education/gym-class-thats-like-stepping-into-a-video-game-20180126.html Enjoy! Have an opinion on the matter? Call in at (347) 934-0036 to voice your opinion or tweet us @GOTRPodcast. Also be sure to bookmark our new website at www.GOTRpodcast.com. Also, like us on facebook at Facebook.com/GOTRPodcast, follow our stream here on blogtalkradio or email us guysoftheroundtable@gmail.com. You can also find us on itunes, Stitcher and Shout Engine. Be sure to become a patron by going to our patreon page at www.patreon.com/guysoftheroundtable

64 MIN2019 FEB 18
Comments
Why Gym Class is Important & Fixing NBA All-Star Weekend

The Reality Of Having A Mixed Baby.

EEverything in life right now is going great. I have a girl that loves me. I'm gonna be a father and a husband. So I have all the reasons in the world to be happy. Yet, I can't help but think of all the bullshit that's gonna come our way in raising a mixed child. Sure everyone is happy for us and are wishing us well. Reality is, the same people that are wishing us well, are talking hella shit behind our backs and will be soon brave enough to say it to our faces. Racism will rear it's ugly head. I wonder if my girl will be ready for all of that? Have an opinion on the matter? Call in at (347) 934-0036 to voice your opinion or tweet us @GOTRPodcast. Also be sure to bookmark our new website at www.GOTRpodcast.com. Also, like us on facebook at Facebook.com/GOTRPodcast, follow our stream here on blogtalkradio or email us guysoftheroundtable@gmail.com. You can also find us on itunes, Stitcher and Shout Engine. Be sure to become a patron by going to our patreon page at www.patreon.com/guyso...

41 MIN2019 FEB 13
Comments
The Reality Of Having A Mixed Baby.

Let's Take a Logical Look At Racism.

EAight folks, it's time to gain some sensibility. I know we've all heard about the Liam Neeson interview by now, where he talks to the interviewer about an incident he went through back in the day. He was candid, he was truthful, and most importantly, he realized he was wrong and grew from it. Now, because we live in a world where people become "outraged" and want you to lose your job, the internet did what the internet does and took things to a whole new level of being stupid. Now people are calling this man a racist and want him fired. Is that the right way to combat racism? Let's hash this all out in today's episode. Have an opinion on the matter? Call in at (347) 934-0036 to voice your opinion or tweet us @GOTRPodcast. Also be sure to bookmark our new website at www.GOTRpodcast.com. Also, like us on facebook at Facebook.com/GOTRPodcast, follow our stream here on blogtalkradio or email us guysoftheroundtable@gmail.com. You can also find us on itunes, Stitcher and Shout Engine. Be ...

58 MIN2019 FEB 9
Comments
Let's Take a Logical Look At Racism.

Is Love Really (Un)Conditional?

EWe've heard the old adage, "love conquers all", "all you need is a little love", "love will find a way", and my personal favorite, "love is unconditional". But is it really? I mean, yes we do have love for people, family, friends, significant other. But is our love truly unconditional or do we place specific conditions on love and how we love? In today's episode, I wanna explore this idea if love really is unconditional. I'm pretty sure that this topic wil lbe revisited again in the future, bur for today, let's flex our intellectual muscles a bit and have some fun. Have an opinion on the matter? Call in at (347) 934-0036 to voice your opinion or tweet us @GOTRPodcast. Also be sure to bookmark our new website at www.GOTRpodcast.com. Also, like us on facebook at Facebook.com/GOTRPodcast, follow our stream here on blogtalkradio or email us guysoftheroundtable@gmail.com. You can also find us on itunes, Stitcher and Shout Engine. Be sure to become a patron by going to our patreon page at...

44 MIN2018 DEC 19
Comments
Is Love Really (Un)Conditional?

When The Going Gets Tough...We Usually Quit.

ESaturday night, my girlfriend and I had a heart to heart conversation. Mostly, it was me venting some frustrations about life and her listening and chiming in when she could. Then she dropped a bomb-shell on me that really made me think. She said that I quit things when they get too difficult. Upon hearing this, I didn't know whether to get offended, get angry, or clap back with some witty remark. I chose to do neither of those. Instead, I pondered what she said and eventaully agreed with her. I do quit things when they get too difficult. Football, med school, relationships, and various other things. Then I thought, if I do this, what about others? Do other people quit difficult things as well? The answer is, probably. So, let's have a discusssion shall we? Let's see where we can go with this. Have an opinion on the matter? Call in at (347) 934-0036 to voice your opinion or tweet us @GOTRPodcast. Also be sure to bookmark our new website at www.GOTRpodcast.com. Also, like us on faceb...

41 MIN2018 DEC 10
Comments
When The Going Gets Tough...We Usually Quit.

Dads Are Just As Important In Raising Kids.

EWith the high rates of single mothers and a lot of dad bashing articles out there (surprisingly), I wanted to take some time in today's episode to discuss the importance of having a father in a kids life. There are plenty of benefits fo having our dads in our lives, they help us gain confidence. Make smarter decisions in life. Give us the confidence we need to go out there and slay shit. So heck yeah dads are important! Let's delve a little more shall we? Have an opinion on the matter? Call in at (347) 934-0036 to voice your opinion or tweet us @GOTRPodcast. Also be sure to bookmark our new website at www.GOTRpodcast.com. Also, like us on facebook at Facebook.com/GOTRPodcast, follow our stream here on blogtalkradio or email us guysoftheroundtable@gmail.com. You can also find us on itunes, Stitcher and Shout Engine. Be sure to become a patron by going to our patreon page at www.patreon.com/guysoftheroundtable

46 MIN2018 DEC 8
Comments
Dads Are Just As Important In Raising Kids.

Exploration of Religion And It's Concept.

EGrowing up, I've dabbled in many religions and had an up and down experience with the whole thing. Now I don't want to say that religion is bad as a whole, because I can understand why it's important to most. As for my experience, i don't think religion is that important.A lot of religion relies on basic philosophies of the human experience. Regardless,religion can illicit some really strong emotional responses when it's the subject of focus. in today's episode, I try to explore the concept of religion a little bit. Not in a negative manner, but more in a quizzical nature of why do we need or don't need it Let's discuss Have an opinion on the matter? Call in at (347) 934-0036 to voice your opinion or tweet us @GOTRPodcast. Also be sure to bookmark our new website at www.GOTRpodcast.com. Also, like us on facebook at Facebook.com/GOTRPodcast, follow our stream here on blogtalkradio or email us guysoftheroundtable@gmail.com. You can also find us on itunes, Stitcher and Shout Engine. Be...

61 MIN2018 NOV 19
Comments
Exploration of Religion And It's Concept.

Enjoy The Things That You Have. Not What You Wish For.

EI know that I've been on this podcast before talking about enjoy life and pursue your passions. But every now and again, I too fall victim to the wishes and desires of life. I often times find myself in a funk thinking about the things I wish I could've had, instead of really taking the time to enjoy the things that I have now. It's a bit hypocritical to honest, but we all do it. We all fall victim to the desires of our mind. So, let's have a brief discussion about it. Have an opinion on the matter? Call in at (347) 934-0036 to voice your opinion or tweet us @GOTRPodcast. Also be sure to bookmark our new website at www.GOTRpodcast.com. Also, like us on facebook at Facebook.com/GOTRPodcast, follow our stream here on blogtalkradio or email us guysoftheroundtable@gmail.com. You can also find us on itunes, Stitcher and Shout Engine. Be sure to become a patron by going to our patreon page at www.patreon.com/guysoftheroundtable

38 MIN2018 OCT 27
Comments
Enjoy The Things That You Have. Not What You Wish For.

Why are Christians rejected in modern day society?

EAccroding to some studies, religioin seems to be on the decline. In a poll that was taken back in 2014, survey has shown that approx. 78% of adults say they are religiously affliated, whichis an approx. 7% decline from that same survey taken back in 2007, which had approx. 83% of adults claiming to be religiously affliated. So why the decline? What has people turning their backs on religion? Andy and I will try and discuss some possible reasons as to why people are leaving the church or abandoning religion all togehter. Have an opinion on the matter? Call in at (347) 934-0036 to voice your opinion or tweet us @GOTRPodcast. Also be sure to bookmark our new website at www.GOTRpodcast.com. Also, like us on facebook at Facebook.com/GOTRPodcast, follow our stream here on blogtalkradio or email us guysoftheroundtable@gmail.com. You can also find us on itunes, Stitcher and Shout Engine. Be sure to become a patron by going to our patreon page at www.patreon.com/guysoftheroundtable.

62 MIN2018 SEP 25
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Why are Christians rejected in modern day society?
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