This week we take the show on the road. If you sponsor our podcast we will air all your dirty laundry. We get into a serious thing about the Governor’s race and the minimum wage. In sports, a weekend of college football where all the good guys won.. except Florida if you are Varg. Also don’t bring your cat to a football game. Finally, the mayor wants to jack up the price of parking in the Quarter. All this plus a new Recipe Minute. And the Jivewire is back, too. Listen and share with your friends!
– Subtext of misogyny in Back to the Future movies
– Mary Steenburgen is hot
– Streaks should stay
– Fuck Boston
– “Freebird rules”
– Schmaltzy Jeff likes to vote
– WTF is an AltWeekly?
– An AltWeekly in New Orleans is Clancy
– Dardenne is a safe, even handed, non boat rocker
– Jeff reads an editorial with melodrama
– Jindal is Stannis
– Gambit is chickenshit
– Oh, there was a Democrat debate
– Jeff wont finish his list
– Drug testing welfare recipients isn’t conservative
– Dardenne is a dick
– Jeff is so drunk
– More endorsements stuff
– Who writes this Times – Picayune shit?
– Vitter is an asshole
– Everything the Times-Pic says is bullshit
– Gambit is a pleaser
– A Langston Hughes poem
– Who is the optimist here?
Well, here it is. You all hunkered for so long and here is your reward: an amateur podcast brought to you by Jeff, Alli, and Lance. We talked about bogus love letters to New Orleans, sea level rise, where Sean Payton is headed next, Steve Spurrier and the upcoming LSU-Florida game, and we closed with Recipe Minute and the Jive Wire (patents pending). Oh, and there was a Battlestar Galactica joke in there somewhere. Thanks for listening and share with your friends!
We hunkered down again!
Some people said there were too many podcasts in this crazy, mixed-up world. Well, those people were wrong. Three people who like hanging out with each other at bars and on twitter decided that they wanted other people to be able to hear their conversations while driving to work. Hence, this podcast.
We live in New Orleans, and so we are often asked to “hunker down.” Whether a storm is coming or whether the Saints defense has run out of converted cornerbacks to start at safety, sometimes you just need to hunker down and ride it out.
We like sports and internet and PARTYing and art and political drama and being kind. Stick with us and let’s have some fun.