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Alabama’s Yoga Ban, Satanic Shoes, & a Preacher’s Love Triangle

Kathleen opens the show drinking a Grit Kisser lager from Back Forty Beer Company in Gadsden, AL, and goes on to tells listeners about her recent road trip to Muscle Shoals, Alabama. Included in this episode of the Pubcast.. an Update on Kathleen’s Queen’s Court, “Bad Good Food”, an Angry Octopus, a New Elizabeth Holmes, Anna Sorokin Ice Ice Baby, Visa Allows Cryptocurrency Payments, Lilium Flying Taxis, NFT Honey Bear Sells, Another Gender Reveal Goes Wrong, Alabama Yoga Ban, Lil Nas X’s Satan Shoes, Branson Foster Fraud Scheme Revealed, Wine vs. Cataracts, Oklahoma Pastor’s Love Triangle, Abandoned Missouri Resort, and What to Watch this Week!

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Online Security

Passwords? Passwords? We don’t need not stinking passwords! Well, actually we do… and sorry to tell you, Password123 is no longer a good one. So, what should you be doing to keep your information safe online, should you be using a password manager, and what the heck is two-factor authentication? Check out this episode of Brothers in Tech as the brothers (along with the help of Mike Geraci, Digital Media professor at Pacific University Oregon) discuss the current state and best practices of personal online security. And, if you are asked to enter a password to listen to the episode, try 1-2-3-4.

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Easter Games, “Satan Shoes”, and Comedian Aaron Weber

In this episode Sebastian and Jon want to know how many Marshmallow Peeps Intern Isiah can stuff in his mouth, Jon’s mom calls in with a story about his dad and rabbit poop, and in “Best Trends” they discuss Lil Nas X and his release of “Satan Shoes”. After that, they open the phone lines and play “How Much Is That Screen Actors Guild Residual Check?”, with this week’s check coming from HBO’s Eastbound and Down. Next, it’s “Who’s Zooming Who” as comedian Aaron Weber joins the show to talk about his new comedy special. Then, in “Small Town News”, a Georgia man receives his final paycheck of $915 in pennies covered in oil along with a note that says “F**k You”. And finally, the whole gang plays some Easter Trivia where the loser has to smash an egg on their head. This episode will leave you with an egg on your face!

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Nude Comedy and Swingers Cruises

John Heffron and Jon Reep welcome fellow comedian Rob Little to talk about his adventures performing comedy for nudist groups and on swingers cruises.

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Big Jay Oakerson’s First Time

No one did more for me in my first few years in comedy than Big Jay Oakerson. Jay got me started in comedy – so you can either thank or blame him. When I was 19, Jay performed at my college and I laughed my balls off. He mentioned being from Philly, so after the show, I told him I was interested in trying stand-up; he told me where to go, who to talk to, and … I did my very first set a week later. We talk about the night we met, his early days in comedy, driving from Philly to NYC with Kevin Hart every day, and share some cool memories of shows we did together when I was brand new.

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Toxic Positivity, Skyquakes, & Aretha Franklin

Kathleen opens the show drinking a Black Cherry White Claw and providing listeners with an update on the success of her March Madness bracket in the Madigan Family pool. Included in this episode, an Update on Kathleen’s Queen’s Court, “Bad Good Food”, China and Nepal Agree On the Height of Mt. Everest, New MH370 Details Claims a Cover-Up, Prince Harry’s New Jobs, The Queen of Soul, Poop in a Box, USVI Boat Murder, Van Gogh Painting Emerges From Hiding, San Diego Mystery Booms, Toxic Positivity, Long-Lost 1634 Settlement Found, and What to Watch This Week!

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Franchising: Fran Paradine, Incredible Edibles

Franchising can help you get into business with established branding and marketing, but you need to know what you’re getting into. Entrepreneur Exchange hosts Jeff Neuville and Gary Muller welcome Incredible Edibles franchise owner Fran Paradine to the podcast to discuss her business, the pros and cons of franchising and her experience with a business started during COVID. Plus Jeff and Gary discuss how turbulent times can create business opportunities, plus share this month’s Businesses of the Month which include edible microbes used to make your future cheeseburger…it’s all here on the Entrepreneur Exchange!

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Home Cinema

The popcorn, the stadium seating, the big screen. Oh, movie theaters…how we have missed thee. The last year has forced us to make a number of changes in our life, and many have chosen to try and replicate the cinema experience at home. In this episode of Brothers in Tech, the Brothers welcome fellow tech enthusiast Mike Geraci (Digital Media Professor @ Pacific University) to discuss the ins and outs of how to set up your own home cinema!

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Mukbanging with Chelcie Lynn and Shrimp Tails in the Cereal!

Jon and Marcus Stamos talk about the latest trends, including National Puppy Day, National AG Day, and the guy who found shrimp tails in his Cinnamon Toast Crunch cereal. The phone lines open and it’s time for another round of “How Much is that Screen Actors Guild Residual Check?” Then, they welcome Chelcie Lynn (a.k.a “Trailer Trash Tammy”) to the show to talk about her YouTube success and mukbanging. Then, Jon figures “Hell, I could do that…” so he and his Mimosa (Mom) try out the mukbanging thing themselves with a trip to Bojangles. And finally, there’s some birthday wishes for Jon in a special “Goodwill Hunting”.

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Bloody Hot Air Drone Busters

Comedians John Heffron and Jon Reep talk about bleeding on stage, frustration with loud stirrers in the audience, and what to do if the power goes out during a show. Then they spend some time trying to understand why hot air balloons are considered romantic. Are there other overrated romantic gestures? But most importantly, drones are flying around John’s house… and he’s got plans to set up a honey pot trap to catch them. The Heffron & Reep Drone-Busters with their trusty sidekick Roomba!

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