The greatest conversation you never thought about listening to. A show where we ask ordinary people 10 or so questions, some of which are almost always asked of most of our guests. In other words, it's shooting the sh!t with structure. A podcast with Joel Paque and Rebecca Goodstein.
Ep 044: Sexy Crossing Guard
Rebecca and Producer Robert talk with Fraser Brown about genetics, the law, patent trolls, the lack of peanut butter in Brazil/Brasil, X-Men super powers, Glaswegians vs Brits, feeling at home, living your best day and attending all the college the law will allow.
Theme song: Just Like July by Pelicans and Their Allies - https://www.facebook.com/PelicansAndTheirAllies/
Ep 043: Meat Map
Rebecca and Producer Robert (filling in as co-host in Joel's absence) talk to Ron Southwick. He fills us in on the cliffhanger of The Great Texas Meat Journey story set up by his wife Alison on episode 36, plus conversation about the Cup-O-Pork, building architectural models, the best and worst ways to spend eternity, homemade bacon ice cream and the drunken meet-cute that started it all.
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Theme music: Just Like July by Pelicans and Their Allies
Ep 042: The Best Goddamn Garbage Collector That Ever Existed
Rebecca and guest co-host Emily Pearl Goodstein talk with Watt Hamlett (a man of many talents) about nicknames (wanted and unwanted), things that we judge (or don't judge), personal style (or lack thereof), how it seems like we all have mentors (and/or mentees), whether ladies should be required to shave their legs (or not), and whether one should admit to ever having told a lie (or lie and claim to have always told the truth).
Ep 041: It's Nine O'Clock Somewhere
Rebecca and guest co-host Emily Pearl Goodstein talk to personal finance guru and fellow podcaster Robert Brokamp of the Motley Fool (who expresses only his own views and opinions here...ugh, why does that need to be said?) about giving shoulder rubs in VERY inappropriate places, personal finance, found and lost religion, dirty jokes, bad grammar, font choices, 7-11 cuisine, and teaching sex education with nuns...all over breakfast pie and mimosas.
Ep 040: Less Salad, More Wu-Tang
Rebecca and Joel talk with Matt Laslo of Bills and Brews about getting drunk with congressmen, the legacy of Marion Barry, chuckle-heads, Leonard Kravitz, voting advice from the Wu-Tang Clan, and we act out Eat, Pray, Love with a Reese's egg, a beer and a glass of whiskey.
Ep 039: Tofu That Tastes Like People
Joel and Rebecca talk with musician Derek Evry about all manor of vegan business, stoner recipes, the various levels of Joel's beard aspirations, pop-cultural 180s, viewing all websites through the lens of Geocities, books of the bible that are solely about smiting, the fact that music still happens in DC, controlling a famous person for a day, how best to destroy the seven wonders of the ancient world and who's the best at the internet.
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10 Things we always ask
Refreshing and fun to listen to. I always learn something that I didn't realize I needed to know!
10 Questions I Always LOVE
I binged on the entire show in a couple of weeks and I was hooked. (Full disclosure, I was eventually a guest—episode 35.) The format is like you’re invited to an intimate but rowdy dinner party! What’s more fun than that? It’s true that Rebecca, Joel and Robert interview everyday people, but they also love to have foodies and restaurant owners because who doesn’t love food? If you love learning new things, beer, bourbon & food, and most importantly, meeting new people then 10 Questions I Always Ask is for you! Follow them on Twitter @10QsWeAlwaysAsk
Engaging and hilarious
Meeting these people through these awesome questions feels like I'm sitting at a cafe, sipping a beer, and having a conversation with a new person in my life. Keep it up!