A show that looks at both sides of different topics, weighing the good and the bad. Covering things like pop culture, sports, childhood, and anything else you can think of. Hosted by Kevin De Los Santos and Jack Sommer.
While they’ve officially been around for nearly 80 years, the Swedish furniture and home goods company didn’t rise to the top until the past decade. From 2008 on, IKEA has since remained the world's largest furniture retailer with their trademark blue and yellow branding. Kev and Jack discuss their experiences with the products, the stores, and the controversial assembly process.
It’s sometimes taken for granted how much color plays a role in every part of our lives and how we communicate, whether that's a natural part of the world (like a fruit) or a human-made conscious decision (like a red stop sign). Jack and Kev discuss a variety of examples of colors in our society, how well that system works, and their Top 3 Pros/Cons choices.
Mystery Box #1
In the first installment of a new occasional series, Kev and Jack pick a few random smaller topics and combine them together in a mixed grab bag episode. What will be in it? Each time will be a surprise. But in this edition, there may be some themes of nostalgia, technology, and more...
A fixture of the skateboarding community for decades, Vans has also come to establish itself as one of the most popular shoe brands overall. They're an undeniable part of pop culture, and it looks like they're here to stick around a while with their consistent and classic pieces. Jack and Kev discuss their history with the brand and what they think of the kicks, fits, and more.
Along with eating pizza, one of the holy grails as a kid is drinking soda. Pull up to the birthday party and there it is, waiting for you as a source of liquid heaven. Kev and Jack talk about their experiences with it from a younger age to now, each of their Top 5 Pros and Top 5 Cons, and the best ways to consume it.
If there had been no Tiger Woods, golf wouldn’t be as popular as it is today. But while Tiger himself could be electric to watch, what about the game overall as entertainment on TV? And then on the flip side - while some may thinks it looks easy to just hit a ball into a hole, doing it yourself is a challenge. Jack and Kev talk about their experiences with the sport on both sides.
The boys returned!
The boys are back! I’d love to see you both do a live show!
The voice right when i started the podcast creeped me out a bit.