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What happens when a grumpy old Irishman and a young naïve Native American get together to have a few drinks? A complete train wreck of a podcast. Josh and Tallan's dynamic duo will provide weekly amusement for the masses. They will have non-sensical movie reviews, discussions about interesting pop culture items, and comical attempts at keeping their absurd discussions coherent. Think of it as sharing domestic wisdom. Neither host is a licensed therapist, doctor, or attorney. Nonetheless, they ignore this fact and share their unqualified intellectual opinions.

Each episode has an average run time of 2 to 3 hours. Which leaves ample opportunity for the hosts to make complete asses of themselves. They don’t promise that each episode will win a "People’s Choice Award", but they will make every effort to at least be entertaining.

All things considered, join Josh and Tallan with their pretentious whiskey tasting, deep dives into domestic issues, examinations of unique fetishes, and idiotic drunk reviews of Disney movies that kids are excited about.

WARNING: This podcast is riddled with foul language and explicit content. You have been warned.

The Morally Flexible Podcast Josh & Tallan

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What happens when a grumpy old Irishman and a young naïve Native American get together to have a few drinks? A complete train wreck of a podcast. Josh and Tallan's dynamic duo will provide weekly amusement for the masses. They will have non-sensical movie reviews, discussions about interesting pop culture items, and comical attempts at keeping their absurd discussions coherent. Think of it as sharing domestic wisdom. Neither host is a licensed therapist, doctor, or attorney. Nonetheless, they ignore this fact and share their unqualified intellectual opinions.

Each episode has an average run time of 2 to 3 hours. Which leaves ample opportunity for the hosts to make complete asses of themselves. They don’t promise that each episode will win a "People’s Choice Award", but they will make every effort to at least be entertaining.

All things considered, join Josh and Tallan with their pretentious whiskey tasting, deep dives into domestic issues, examinations of unique fetishes, and idiotic drunk reviews of Disney movies that kids are excited about.

WARNING: This podcast is riddled with foul language and explicit content. You have been warned.

    Episode 3: Reviews of Fatman and The Smurfs / Feeling Punchy? / Playtime Sucks

    Episode 3: Reviews of Fatman and The Smurfs / Feeling Punchy? / Playtime Sucks

    Josh was fired up early in this one due to he and Tallan doing a little pre-funk before recording. Apparently starting the show with a significant buzz helps the process. All was going well until the last 20 minutes of the episode were lost because of technical negligence. Might have had something to do with the pre-funk. 
    To kick things off, Josh and Tallan crack open a bottle of Proper 12 and Josh doesn’t care about its history. Tallan is now a whiskey snob. The struggle to properly pronounce ‘caramel’ continues.
    During the Weekly Dilemma segment, Josh has a huge announcement (sort of) and discusses the pain of gift giving. Tallan discusses his difficulties with quitting smoking. We learn that Josh is incapable of empathy and is an enabler.
    In the movie review segment, the boys discuss the Mel Gibson opus, Fatman. The boys make history during the review.
    In “Tales of Domestic Bliss”, Josh discusses how much he hates playing with his kid. We learn that Josh has rage issues. Tallan has a legitimately blissful moment, or was it?
    In the “This is a Thing?” segment, Josh dives into the pugilistic side of lovemaking. Tallan takes a fairly dark path during the conversation. Tallan shares the story of a weird treasure hunt.
    In the “Kid’s Corner”, Josh and Tallan review the 2011 abomination that is The Smurfs. Tallan points out some sinister themes and forgets podcasting is not a visual medium. We lost the audio around the time it started getting interesting. The redux was not great.
    WARNING: This podcast is riddled explicit content. You have been warned.
    Check us out:
    Facebook: The Morally Flexible Podcast page
    Twitter: @TheMorally
    Email: contact@morallyflexiblepodcast.com
    Part of the Geek Life Radio Network
    https://www.geekliferadio.com/podcast/TheMorallyFlexiblePodcast

    • 2 hr 21 min
    Episode 2: Reviews of War on Everyone and Disney’s Z-O-M-B-I-E-S 2/ What’s that Sound? / Dishwasher Supremacy

    Episode 2: Reviews of War on Everyone and Disney’s Z-O-M-B-I-E-S 2/ What’s that Sound? / Dishwasher Supremacy

    This episode is a slight improvement from Episode 1 but not by much.
    To kick things off, Josh and Tallan crack open a bottle of West Cork Bourbon Cask and Tallan does his best at giving a history lesson about the company.
    During the Weekly Dilemma segment, Josh tries to decide if he wants to add another streaming service and Tallan talks about his academic endeavors.
    In the movie review segment, the boys discuss the War on Everyone starring Michael Pena and friend of the show Alexander Skarsgard.
    In “Tales of Domestic Bliss”, Josh discusses the war for dishwasher supremacy.
     In the “This is a Thing?” segment, Josh talks about a medical procedure that has been co-opted into a sex act. Tallan tells a story of an unlikely soldier in the Polish Army during WW2.
    In the “Kid’s Corner”, Josh and Tallan review Disney’s Z-O-M-B-I-E-S 2.
    WARNING: This podcast is riddled explicit content. You have been warned.
    Check us out:
    Facebook: The Morally Flexible Podcast page
    Twitter: @TheMorally
    Email: contact@morallyflexiblepodcast.com
    Part of the Geek Life Radio Network
    https://www.geekliferadio.com/podcast/TheMorallyFlexiblePodcast

    • 1 hr 58 min
    Episode 1: The Beginning – Reviews of Netflix’s Hold the Dark and Disney’s Z-O-M-B-I-E-S / Unspeakable Sex Acts? / Why is My Kid Listening to Fergie?

    Episode 1: The Beginning – Reviews of Netflix’s Hold the Dark and Disney’s Z-O-M-B-I-E-S / Unspeakable Sex Acts? / Why is My Kid Listening to Fergie?

    One word to describe this episode: ROUGH. Tallan was having a case of the Shatner pauses and Josh sounded like he was on Valium for the first half of the show. However, if you somehow make it through the first hour, the second hour proves to be much livelier. Seriously, fast forward to the 1:01:00 mark, you’ll thank me.
    To kick things off, Josh and Tallan crack open a bottle of Jameson and Josh does a poor job of providing some history about the Jameson company.
    During the recap of the previous week’s events, Tallan discusses his car issues and Josh complains about not being able to go to the movie theater.
    In the movie review segment, the boys discuss the Netflix original film Hold the Dark starring Jeffery Wright and Stellan Skarsgard.
    In “Tales of Domestic Bliss”, Josh complains about his daughter’s music choices and his absolute loathing for giving back rubs.
    In the “This is a Thing?” segment, Josh talks about a porn act that is too explicit to describe here. Tallan discusses strange leaflets being left around the city and their possible ties to a cult.
    In the “Kid’s Corner”, Josh and Tallan review Disney’s Z-O-M-B-I-E-S. Tallan has a mild aneurysm during the discussion.
    WARNING: This podcast is riddled with foul language and explicit content. You have been warned.
    Check us out:
    Facebook: The Morally Flexible Podcast page
    Twitter: @TheMorally
    Email: contact@morallyflexiblepodcast.com
    Part of the Geek Life Radio Network
    https://www.geekliferadio.com/podcast/TheMorallyFlexiblePodcast

    • 1 hr 59 min
    Trailer

    Trailer

    Yep, It's a trailer. Enjoy a little pre-funk. Our first episode drops Sunday, January 17th, 2021. 

    • 5 min

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