Roger and Tom review ‘A Scanner Darkly’, talk the World Cup, self-publishing, and relationships.
Roger and Tom expound further on the Roger Chang diet, question the value of nation building and the integrity of the nation-state and discuss the foibles and follies of the World Cup.
In this episode, Roger expounds more on dietary restrictions, Tom talks more World Cup and Major League Lacrosse, and they discuss whether a country is still a country if it has no people in it.
Roger and Tom talk more World Cup Soccer, the evil that is political parties and develop the ground breaking Chang Diet.
Father’s day here in the US, and I got back late from visiting my wife’s Dad. So Roger and I will try to record MOnday evening.Â Thanks!
Roger and Tom talk about High School cliques, the World Cup, MacBooks and restaurants. Specifically the Fisherman’s Galley in Fresno. Eat there.
From the heart of San Francisco, Roger and Tom bare their hearts, define decades, go over Remy’s excellent analysis of nomenclature for time periods, and research Eagle Stamps, Grit, and suggest a bold new program for encouraging citizen activism.
Tom and Roger get nostalgic for the future, discuss the Italian elections, and try to determine a new gimmick for the podcast. Think Wheat Grass juice.
We’re back and this time it’s shorter but we’ll make it up to you. It’s an all comment edition with lots of speculation about Star Trek, transportation and the fate of humanity’s utopian dreams. Sorry for the delay!
Was getting timeouts from OurMedia last night.Â Sorry for the delay.