Mon, 27 February 2017
It's a short show but it's a good show! Some major retailers are closing a few hundred stores because of the changing economy. The guys discuss the effect on such moves and if there is a place for brick and mortar stores today. Also in 324:
0:00 - Flying Solo intro
7:55 - Sounds of the Week
40:00 - Main Story: Future of Retail
Songs: Black Flag - "Gimme Gimme Gimme" The Beatles - "Taxman" Ice-T - "New Jack Hustler"
Mon, 20 February 2017
It's the annual 2017 Oscars show! Ty returns from a month being off of the show to give his takes on the best picture nominations. Pat Robertson returns and Trump held a "Press Conference". Also in 323:
0:00 - Prodigal Son Intro
5:23 - Ty Reflects On Having Free Time
13:25 - Ben Voices His Concerns on the Upcoming Season of American Horror Story
24:15 - Sounds of the Week
1:04:14 - Main Story: Oscars 2017
Songs: Moana - "How Far I'll Go" La La Land - "Audition" Trolls - "Can't Stop The Feeling"
Mon, 13 February 2017
Over the week, The Independent published a story that blamed the millennial generation on being entitled because they get too many trophies. Is that true? The guys take a look at the story and the millennial generation as a whole and tries to decide what's really going on. Also in 322:
0:00 - KanderCast opening
8:05 - Geoff didn't get arrested
13:53 - Zelda The Ferret
19:05 - Terry Got a Job!
27:40 Sounds of the Week
1:09:12 - Millennials Are The Worst
Songs: Death Cab For Cutie - "Soul Meets Body" Chance The Rapper - "Somewhere In Paradise" Miley Cyrus - "We Can't Stop"
Mon, 6 February 2017
The ability to protest is a fundamental right and the cornerstone of democracy. With the resurgence of organized protests around the country one of the bigger questions is "How should you protest?" Ben, Geoff and Terry discuss the ethics of protesting and what is the right way to protest. Also, in 321:
0:00 - Kansas Lost at Home Opening
6:18 - Superbowl
8:15 - Trump Update
13:55 - Hidden Figures
24:53 - Sounds of the Week
59:30 - Remembering The Bowling Green Massacre
1:01:45 - The Ethics of Protesting
Songs: Sam Cooke - "A Change Is Gonna Come", Depeche Mode - "Where's The Revolution", Sepultura - "Refuse/Resist"