Daniel and Zach closed on their new house with the help of the loudest closing agent known to mankind. Adam somehow survived not one, but two dinners in restaurants without dying of embarrassment. Both Daniel and Adam talk about heading to California in September. Finally, Larry Veder might actually hate Daniel.
Triathlons and therapy are but two of the strategies Daniel and Adam have adopted to make their lives better. Daniel feels guilty about watching “Love on the Spectrum” and Adam has a truly strange way to deal with dog poop.
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Daniel has big news this week as he talks about buying a new house and fulfilling a decades-old dream of living close to Walt Disney World. Adam talks about planning his vacation trip and a potential trip to California. Phone calls are played, news game is played, and we finally learn who shot J.R.
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After a two-week break, Daniel and Adam talk about the Halloween 5K and the Wine and Dine 10K race at Disney. Adam gives us an update on Sydney (the dog), and talks about the Pink concert that he went to.
There is some confusion about the ingredients of a Bellini and concerns about the Little Fatty Cast. Finally, Adam talks about his trip to Chicago and Daniel discovers that Hanson has 19 kids!
What is up with Jim Jordan and J.K. Rowling? Who was voted out of Survivor this week? Did Adam do well playing trumpet at a funeral? Is Big Fatty “quiet podfading”? These are a few of the questions that we answer on this week’s show.
Welcome to an episode where we cover everything from tech troubles to TV trivia. Join us as we share our struggles with pivot tables and Microsoft’s Co-Pilot feature, and how we’re grappling with technical issues around internet connectivity. Our conversations might be tech-heavy at times, but they’re relatable for anyone who’s ever wrestled with technology. But it’s not all code and connections, we also discuss our intriguing relationship with Microsoft through our experience with the Spit Valve Factory.
The treadmill or the open road? If you’re a runner, you know the challenges of both. We get real about the deception of treadmills, the difficulty of switching back to outdoor running, and the thrill of upcoming events like the Halloween race and Pink concert. But we don’t stop at fitness. We delve into pop culture too, debating over the pronunciation of restaurant names, discussing Survivor contestants, and touching on the lighter side of life with coin tosses and concerts.