MBSing: Episode Archive

From the podcast: MBSing

Wednesday, October 30th, 2013

Jimmy Pennington came on the show to talk about novels, and, while we may have strayed away from the topic at times, I truly dug this conversation. We got into some neuroses of our own and how those feelings affect what the Great American Novel must mean to its readers.

From the podcast: MBSing

Wednesday, October 23rd, 2013

Oh nooooo! It's Bret Dorman!!! Talking about Godzilla! Look out! Man. What a delight this chat was. We covered a plethora of topics including some discussion on liking the things you like and not knowing or caring how other people feel about them, "bad" films vs. "good" films, and the way already existing content (books, other films, comics, etc) affects the way movies are made and for which type of audience.

From the podcast: MBSing

Wednesday, October 16th, 2013

There's a lot of MBSing firsts in this ep, guys! Two guests! Over one hour of conversation (because there were two guests)! So many bros talking about so much football in this, and I love every second of it.

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Wednesday, October 9th, 2013

My dear friend and teammate James Allen came into the studio to lay down some SICK tracks with me in this episode! If you are expecting us to actually rap, change your expectations because we do not.

From the podcast: MBSing

Wednesday, October 2nd, 2013

Check it out, people. Jennifer's interest in dyslexia is one she had no choice on: after battling with her learning disabilities for years without knowing why she could not do school work like her classmates, she was diagnosed with dyslexia at the age of 15. Her story is a delightful one in spite of this difficulty.

From the podcast: MBSing

Wednesday, September 25th, 2013

Kellen and I appropriately enjoyed cups of joe he brewed for us as we chatted about one of his favorite things, coffee. His entrance to the interest in coffee is fun to hear about, his knowledge of the subject is fascinating, and our digression to a general discussion of having passions and routines is goddamned lovely if I do say so myself.

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Wednesday, September 18th, 2013

Caution: If you do not like singing AND fun, you will not like this episode because there is a ton of both. Jessie Stegner (the third member of my improv team Raygun Reagan to be on MBSing) and I gab like gal pals about a favorite topic of both of ours: musical theatre.

From the podcast: MBSing

Wednesday, September 11th, 2013

I jawed with White Sox fan Bill Meincke in this super fun meeting of two baseball minds. I hope we didn't get TOO inside baseball (oh... that's what that means...) to preventthis conversation from being enjoyable for non-fans, but honestly I loved it so much and think everyone can. We really delved into what makes this game mean so much to us, and we share some really vulnerable baseball nerdiness.

From the podcast: MBSing

Wednesday, September 4th, 2013

Don your sleeveless shirts and tie your bandannas, folks, because this MBSing has a dress code.  I sat down with my friend and fellow Nerdologues member Eric Garneau (and his sweet doggie AC) to chat about his musical hero, Bruce Springsteen. Eric has actually written a scholarly paper and been to a symposium about The Boss (both of which I'd think are MBSing guest firsts).

From the podcast: MBSing

Wednesday, August 28th, 2013

Wherein I sat down with my dear friend and (former) fellow member of The Nerdologues, Alex Talavera. I've never seen No Reservations, but I want to start after hearing Alex talk about it for a little under an hour (even though it seems like most of what Alex gets from the show is rage jealousy).

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