After attempting to cut cardboard with his wife’s fabric scissors, Neal addresses the existential threat to his marriage, and apologizes for his inability to distinguish fabric scissors from ordinary inferior scissors. Neal and Julie also discuss the trend of protesting the national anthem and teaching kids more respect for our national values.
Twitter convulsed for a moment last week after former NFL coach and current NBC sports analyst Tony Dungy tweeted his support of Nick Foles, the quarterback for Super Bowl champs Philadelphia Eagles. Foles, according to […]
As a Boy Scout three decades ago, I remember on a particular campout one of my buddies mixed up all of his food in the pot from his mess kit and said enthusiastically, “It all […]
Neal Larson and Julie Mason discuss the Emmy Award ceremony’s obsession with President Trump. Also what happens when entertainers and sports figures decide to get political. http://www.richbroadcasting.com/kidpodcast/NLS/NLSPodcast09182017.mp3