Two comedians shine a light on stuff that hides in plain sight.
Hosted by Joe Zimmerman and Tom Cowell.
Episode 113: Perpetual Stew
Joe and Tom discuss 47-year old casseroles, psychic weed dealers, and tantric bird-watching. It's a great listening experience.
Episode 112: Scottish Bridge Explosions
Joe and Tom discuss cheeseburger tax avoidance, some more sexy AARP scam-watching, and the heartbreaking tale of a Scottish bridge that can never be. It's a great listening experience.
Episode 111: "Bail me out, Grandpa"
Joe and Tom discuss spring, how to win a breakup, and the AARP's scam prevention podcast. It's a great listening experience.
110: Watercoloring at the CIA
Joe and Tom discuss getting locked out, the threshold for "youth", and how the CIA literally changed art forever. It's a great listening experience.
Episode 109: Neuro Linguistic Pugwash
Joe and Tom break talk bitcoin mining, national birdwatching day, and neuro-linguistic programming. It's a great listening experience.
Episode 108: Ditch Your Limiting Beliefs, Stupid!
Joe and Tom discuss pandemic gym attendance, Peloton blues, and take a deep dive on the wacky boys and gals of NXIUM. It's a great listening experience.
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Still A Great Listening Experience
I’ve read some recent, negative reviews so I’ll use this space to retort.
I find Tom and Joe’s personalities equally entertaining for various reasons and combining them results in quality discussions and banter. The only reason I could imagine for someone attacking either of them is because the listener’s head is so far up their own bum, they’ve lost the ability to be objective about quality content. You know, the type of person that replies to every opinion you have with “well, actually” or “I’ve been reading a lot of articles lately (and here’s why you’re wrong)”.
If you’re listening because you want opinions based on extensively researched studies by experts in whatever topic is being discussed, you’re going to have a bad time. This podcast is meant to discuss topics in a lighthearted and humorous way. Both Tom and Joe are very funny and entertaining, albeit for different reasons. They have a familiarity and cadence in their conversation that makes it fun to listen to.
I do enjoy hearing about topics I normally wouldn’t be exposed to, but again, I’m not looking for the last word on the topics, just a introductory 101 overview rooted in comedy.
Joe and Tom - ignore the naysayers and the downers. The Greats still love your podcast and style.
Keeping me entertained during the crisis
I’ve been listening for three-plus months now, and I can say with complete confidence that this is the funniest, and most entertaining podcast I have ever listened to. I had been listening to Joe Zimmerman’s “Smiling at Wolves” and “Innocence” albums for a while before finding this, and it feels like another collection of comedy bits. Anyone would like this podcast, and I’m sure of that. Thanks for a great listening experience!
A disappointing listening experience
Used to be great, now it’s just obnoxious and fake - like Tom.
It was enjoyable when it was two gents talking freely, and without ego.
Now apparently they are experts in various topics and are filling in our blind spots. Please. Joe isn’t even an expert in stand up comedy (you’ve never sampled a George Carlin album, as a professional comedian, are you serious?) and Tom has been spectacularly wrong about both the coronavirus and the election. But does he do a mea culpa? No, he hides behind the Chinese govt and inaccurate voting data.
Good riddance. Lots of other podcasts in the sea...