A black guy (Jenks) and an Iranian-American (Shahm) walk into a bar. How does the national narrative impact two, small town, rural Pennsylvania natives? Our goal is to have fun and create a productive dialogue on race, religion, politics, news, and other current events. Also, chances are Shahm will bring up the Washington Football Team just to irritate Jenks.
Sorry2Offend: Ep 5 Nearly A Year Since COVID Shut It Down
We are coming up on a year since the pandemic changed society as we know it. COVID roll call!! We are joined by Adam as the group discusses how they've been impacted by COVID-19. Full disclosure, the episode was recorded early February. Trust me, you'll understand why the disclaimer.
Sorry2Offend: Ep 4 Let Me Mansplain it For You
Women face very unique challenges in the workplace. Now, imagine you're the first female VP in US history. Shahm and Jenks are joined by Kim, Kirsten, and Renee for a discussion on the many obstacles women face and what potentially lies ahead for VP Harris.
Sorry2Offend: Ep 1 New Beginning
Back by unpopular demand, Shahm and Jenks discuss the events of January 6, 2021. This is their first episode in over four years and you could so give them a chance to shake off the rust. Why the long hiatus - Jenks explains in this episode. Oh, and Shahm couldn't help but discuss the Washington Football Team.
Sorry2Offend: Ep 3 A Stern(er) Message
In this episode Jenks sits down with Richard Sterner. They discuss Sterner's run for Pennsylvania State Senate and what went into his decision to run against Senator Doug Mastriano. The two discussed how rhetoric is impacting local and national politics as well as its role in the Capitol insurrection. Jenks is then joined by Shahm, Lance, and Charles as they discuss the Sterner interview as well as the Presidential Inauguration.
Sorry2Offend: Ep 2 Coup Ya With
This week Shahm and Jenks are joined by S2O veterans Charles and Lance. The group shares their thoughts on the events of January 6 and whether it's fair to call it a coup. Forget the National Guard, where were the police on horses? As usually, Charles brings his glass is more than half-full perspective as the four of them discuss, what's next?