Episode 6: Ya’llQaeda

Jan 21, 2016

Vanilla ISIS have taken over a federal building in Oregon, while Derek and Brian desperately try to make as many jokes as possible at their expense. Chocolate Anuses are described in vivid detail, and a Trump rally song goes viral and virulent. If you need an earworm that is potentially treasonous, this is the episode for you!

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Episode 5: The Shit Hits the Fan

Dec 23, 2015

It’s our shittiest episode yet! Brian and special guest host Rebecca recall the greatest t-shirt design in human history, and how it never came to be. Brian tells the most embarrassing poop story ever, while Derek and guest host Keri bond over fecal communiqués. Rebecca is appalled at everything that is said, and vows never to return. Join us for another crappy episode.

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Episode 4: Religion (with Dr. Kevin Glenn)

Dec 8, 2015

Kim Davis takes on the law – but who won? Special guest host Dr. Kevin Glenn helps Brian and Derek answer important faith related questions, such as if religion and science are opposite forces. Joel Osteen is challenged to a faith-off. The guys learn new vocabulary words, and Brian tries to pick a fight with Kevin. This episode is potemically delicious!

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Episode 3: Faith

Dec 8, 2015

Things get personal when Brian and Derek talk about their personal religious beliefs, and explain to each other how their respective outlooks are wrong. Brian also learns of Derek’s past life as a choir singer, while Derek brags about his conquests after impressing the ladies with his Dungeons and Dragons knowledge. You’ll need to roll higher than a 3 to enjoy this episode.

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Episode 2: Rage

Nov 3, 2015

Brian shares a personal story of how rage affected his judgement. Derek gets fired from his own podcast by guest host Keri Ramos. Join us, and watch your blood pressure spike.
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What is ‘Lost or Profound’?

Oct 2, 2015

Hello friends and family! (And Random Search Bots) If you listen to us at all, you are aware that recent world events have triggered a change in Brian and me. No, not that change (not that there is anything wrong with that!) but a change nonetheless. While humanity’s spiral into oblivion is not news per se, the hastening pace made more obvious by a few triggering world events made me think that I should either:

  • Seek counseling
  • Drink more
  • Learn to fire a weapon
  • Bitch incessantly
  • Do something constructive

While all are plausible, through conversation with friends, trusted confidants and random people at the Lowry Park Zoo it became obvious that the answer was broadcast therapy.

Life can get hairy (Hey Ideal Image, we need sponsors) and sometimes you need to vent about it. Sometimes when you vent you find out that you are actually full of shit in your position. That brought up a key to this whole model. I needed to partner with (we get it…the jokes are easy) someone who was bright, opinionated, informed and willing to spend an inordinate amount of the valuable and limited time we have on this rock chewing the fat with me and whatever poor saps we can convince to come on the show. My co-host selection was a tough one as getting Colbert off my nuts is never easy and if Jon Stewart doesn’t stop calling me I am gonna get a TRO. The choice wasn’t even really a choice. My friend Brian Hall fulfilled all of my requirements AND, and this is big folks, he was willing to do the show!

As we have continued to grow and plan the show we are learning that people we hold dear have questions too. Some of those questions are about us and why we think and act the way we do. That is not to say that we are fascinating but when you really think about it, do we spend enough time learning about why our friends do and say what they do and say? Additionally, we have already found that many of the rude things we think and talk about at lunch regularly are thought and talked about by others. As a friend said when I was discussing my mental state prior to starting this show with Brian, “You never know who you might touch.” He said other meaningful stuff after that but the chance of touching others was too compelling to say no.

Our goal is to talk about the things that are impacting us. BY doing so we hope to trigger your thoughts, feelings and opinions. Despite what has been described as an “overly aggressive, condescending and self-important,” delivery, we actually do want to hear your thoughts, opinions and positions. While the show does not have a live audience yet, we are not opposed to that approach.

As we talk this walk down the path of self-awareness, please yell at us when we sound like that previous sentence! We plan to leverage social media extensively for interaction and feedback. If you like what we are doing, let us know. If you don’t, let us know. This really is an attempt to blows off steam, share thoughts, learn and we hope, bring a few smiles along the way.

Thank you for investing your time with us.