Curating thought-provoking content, inspired by the greatest movies in history.
Eating Bread & Turning Thirty with Blair Cassuto
Wherein the narrator talks about eating lotsa bread lately, how QUEEN'S GAMBIT is secretly about turning thirty, riffs about the bad sort of male self-help guru, and then has a great conversation with another local podcaster, entrepreneur, and social media manager for Gray Goose Vodka, Blair Cassuto.
Pizza Story: Part III
Wherein the narrator, a newly-appointed bartender, presents us with two spooky tales about customers to whom he's been serving daytime drinks--presents us, as well, with a careful critical dissection of a Donald Trump phonecall, and a glimpse into Giorgio the Synth King's latest project.
Pizza Story: Part II
Wherein the narrator goes on, at yet greater length, about his new job as a server at a pizza parlor, and also tells an old Buddy Hackett joke and wonders at his own use of certain words over others and why, despite being ~happy~ as a server, he's so relentlessly self-deprecating and condescending about it.
Pizza Story: Part I
Wherein the narrator provides exhaustive detail about his new job at a pizza parlor, digressing briefly to address sex in his first (and last) long-distance relationship, the horse in his neighborhood, and how he was a very bad drug dealer in college.
This episode sponsored by the LEARN SPANISH CON SALSA PODCAST.
Wherein the narrator assesses the issue of the least-pronounceable condiment, addresses his departure from a recent job, and talks about becoming a rideshare driver and discovering the radio again after nine months in quarantine.
SMALL CHANGE: The Pilot
Wherein the narrator attempts to start doing two episodes a week by releasing a shorter episode, comprising little vignettes, in advance of Friday's proper monologue.
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Listening to TMP is like following my own meandering stream of consciousnesses, but with much better audio production. Alex does a great job of distilling books, movies, and other zeitgeist-y goodness through a really thoughtful, and unpretentious lens that ultimately tells you more about him than the art in question. He also laughs at his own jokes, which is very endearing. A must-listen for anyone who grew up in the madness that is Miami.
i love alex’s voice
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This is a new favorite podcast I didn’t know I was searching for. The Steve Donoghue conversation was the gateway and now I’m hooked. Good stuff!