This week the OG Agreeing lLoudly podcast crew celebrate the holiday season by discussing the impending release of Star Wars: Rogue One, the rogue one who somehow captured the presidency, and our hopes for the future.
Will Jimmy Smits rise up and save us all? Tune into this month's episode of Agreeing Loudly Coast to Coast to find out!
The Agreeing Loudly crew joins forces with The Margin of Error's dynamic duo to discuss what happened in the 2016 election and what it means for the future.
Will America survive a post-Trump world? Will Pat make it through Justin Norris's explanation of the polls and 538's statistical model? And what happened to Carson? Find the answer to these questions and more on another exciting episode of Agreeing Loudly Coast to Coast!
Now coming to you on a monthly basis, Agreeing Loudly is back with an exciting conversation about the 5-0 Minnesota Vikings, the upcoming holiday movie season, and the latest political nonsense surrounding the presidential election. And if all that wasn't enough a prodigal son returns to the podcast with a groundbreaking realization.
On this episode of Agreeing Loudly Coast to Coast, Jered, Pat, and Troy bid farewell to the summer by discussing their hopes (and concerns) for the Minnesota Vikings. In addition, they continue their attempts at political commentary and discuss the end of the tragic Jacob Wetterling saga, the pipeline insanity of North Dakota, and whether the health of Hillary Clinton really matters. Meanwhile, Bill is lost in the wilderness somewhere training to be a Pokemon master.
Will Pat have words of wisdom to share, now that he's joined the ranks of fatherhood? Does Jered have any faith in this year's Minnesota Vikings? Will Troy's new catchphrase catch on? Tune into this week's episode to find out!
After a month long hiatus, we're back with another fun-filled episode! This week your dutiful host (Jered) is joined by the legendary Pat Meacham and sporadic guest host and Agreeing Loudly contributor, Troy Olson. Sadly, Bill is once again in self-imposed exile trying to come to terms with Donald Trump's drop in polls, but with any luck he'll be back on the next episode.
This week we bring back the fabled Sports Round Up segment where we discuss the recently departed Rio Summer Olympics, the fate of the Minnesota Vikings, and a hypothetical scenario involving the Twins and David Ortiz. Also, a lot has happened in the world of presidential politics over the last month and we do our best to give our diverse, white male perspective on the state of the race.
To celebrate our return to the airwaves after more than a month's absence we have decided this is the beginning of a new season. Will anyone care? Stay tuned to find out!
Sports Round Up The Rio Olympics, Vikings, and Twins Realities 3:43
Political Parrots 29:41: The State of the Presidential Race 29:41
Outro/Where to Find Us 49:47
After another multiple week hiatus, Bill and Jered return with special guest Justin Norris to discuss the Pokemon Go craze and the Trumpsanity of the recent Republican National Convention.
Will the Jered and Bill be able to catch them all? Can Justin's wisdom save us from the Trumpocalypse? And most importantly, where is Pat? Tune in to this week's episode to find out!
On this week's episode of Agreeing Loudly Coast to Coast, Troy joins us yet again as the Agreeing Loudly Board of Directors decide to extend Bill's suspension for another week due to continued insubordination.
Due to the one week suspension of Bill by the Agreeing Loudly Passive Aggressive Board of Trustees, Troy joins Pat and Jered to bring the Agreeing Loudly Coast to Coast podcast back from the brink.
The band is back together on another exciting episode of Agreeing Loudly's Coast to Coast podcast. Fresh off their adventures North of the Wall, Bill and Pat join Jered to dispel the myths about Millennials, nerd out about the homestretch of Game of Thrones, and discuss the political insanity of the presidential race.
After multiple weeks off, Agreeing Loudly returns to the internet (now with a lowercase I). While Pat and Bill still remain lost in the Matrix, friends of the show and regular contributors to the Agreeing Loudly website: Justin and Allan join Jered to restore a sense of podcast normalcy to the world. Or at least as much normalcy as two academics are capable of.
Join them as they talk far too long about Millennial party allegiances, nerdy pop culture, and the complicated nature of Southern politics.
Millennial Musings: Millennials and the General Election 2:45-22:10
Pop Goes the Culture: GOT, Comics and Professional Wrestling 22:11-41:20
Political Parrots: Southern Politics and Multi-Generation Homes 41:29-1:13:09
Outro/Where to Find Us: 1:16:32-1:20:43
Agreeing Loudly Coast to Coast is down one Bill this week. Fortunately, Agreeingloudly.com contributor and returning guest, Carson Starkey joins Pat and Jered to brings his particular brand of pedantic satire to this week's episode. They discuss whether millennials are to blame for the rise of Donald Trump, embrace the utter dominance of Game of Thrones in popular culture, discuss some important news from the sports world, and share their picks for 2016 third party presidential candidates.
On this week's episode of Agreeing Loudly Coast to Coast your favorite podcasting trio answers today's most pressing questions: Do millennials still like those Red Lobster Cheddar Bay Biscuits?
Also this week, Jered attempts to discuss virtual reality before realizing he's plugged into the Matrix and the only way to escape is to hop aboard the Hype Train with his pals Sandor and Gregor. Pat attempts to restore order with some sports-related morality lessons on the dangers of performance enhancing drugs, before falling victim to Jered's terrible prognostication. Fortunately, with a little help from Bill "Trump Tower" Nentl, political knowledge descends from the heavens to Make Agreeing Loudly Great Again.
Does anyone care about virtual reality? Will the new Wild Coach make Minnesota sports fans quack? Can a local man win an election on a pro nursing home fraud platform? Listen to this week's episode to find out!
On this week's episode of Agreeing Loudly Coast to Coast Bill,Jered, and Pat return to the game of millennials to dispel themillennial archetype once and for all. They also discuss far toomany other topics including the latest Game of Thrones episode,their favorite Prince pop culture moment, Nintendo's uncertainconsole future, NFL Draft news, the latest on their MLBpredictions, and more political nonsense including a studentgovernment lawsuit that hits way too close to home for one formerstudent body president.
Pat, Troy and Carson take a deep dive into why democrats are losing elections and provide their insights into how and when the party of Roosevelt and Kennedy will start winning again. Troy talks about the cynical aspects of identity politics, Pat does his best Nate Silver and looks into the state legislative losses over the last 7 years and Carson takes on the bipartisan neoliberal to neoconservative policy consensus of tax cuts and who they really benefit.
With some shameless pleas for Thomas Frank and Rick Perlstein to pay attention to Agreeing Loudly and a handful of greatly needed plugs for Matt Taibbi and Matthew Yglesias, the end result...a fantastic weekend podcast to listen to.
Agreeingloudly.com contributors Troy Olson and Carson Starkey join host Pat Meacham to take on the impossible task of selecting their top 10 essential albums of all-time. From Bob Dylan to Nirvana with a stop at STAX Records the guys talk about the albums you should be listening to if you aren't already...
After a brief hiatus, Bill, Jered, and Pat return to bring you another exciting episode of Agreeing Loudly Coast to Coast. This week Bill does his best to answer the question of whether Millennial Bernie Sanders supporters will turn out for Hillary during the general election. Meanwhile, Jered celebrates his recent move to Denver by obsessing far too long over Batman vs Superman, the future of streaming and why he thinks this year's Wrestlemania is poised to be one of the worst of all time. Perhaps even more shocking, Pat has his own thoughts about the professional wrestling's biggest show of the year.
On this week's episode of Agreeing Loudly Coast to Coast Jered, Bill and Pat (only because he had to) finally answer the question that has been in the minds of our listeners since day one. What will be the better movie: Batman vs.Superman or Captain America: Civil War?
On the 25th episode of Agreeing Loudly Coast to Coast, the core team returns to restore some order to the podcast world. Bill struggles to lead a February sweeps segment in a world of streaming bliss. Meanwhile, Pat reopens the stadium discussion with a bit of Saint Paul related soccer news. Also, Jered tries to make millennial home ownership sexy and relevant before dragging the podcast into the dark Drumpfs of the internet with a super exciting debate about Trump and the Republican Party.
On this week's special 1 1/2 hour episode of Agreeing Loudly Coast to Coast, regular hosts Pat and Jered are joined by special co-host and friend of the show Maria Camargo to get to the bottom of Super Tuesday's results. Also, all of the Agreeing Loudly contributors are on hand as regional correspondents to give their perspectives on the night's outcomes.
Not a fan of politics? Well there's also plenty of discussions on historical Tuesdays and the Academy Awards. In addition, despite the Agreeing Loudly contributors' protestations Pat manages to lead another exciting recap of this week in sports.
Still not interested? Well...listen anyways!
Remember when the MN GOP used to the campaign slogan "restoring the balance" to win back the MN House in 2014? That's not what this super special episode of Agreeing Loudly: Coast to Coast "Nevada/South Carolina Fallout" edition is about.
Come join podcast regular Pat Meacham and special guests Carson Starkey and Troy Olson as they drink 2 beers each (union made of course), and mostly talk about accepting the inevitable. Also, talk of Kanye West, the Duke of Bullingdon dropping out of the GOP race, and more!
Millennial Musings: A political issue besides college debt 3:55-11:58
Sports Round Up: Whistle Sports v. ESPN 11:58-24:47
Pop Goes the Culture: Kanye West and the Millennial divide 24:47-40:47
Political Parrots: The beginning of the end for Bernie? 40:47—1:16:22
Outro/Where to Find Us: 1:16:32-1:19:22
Agreeing Loudly brings regular web contributor and resident historian, Allan Branstiter on the show in an attempt to add some historical significance to this week's conversation.
This week we focus on the Nevada pop culture gems society has given us, how terrible we are at predicting Super Bowl related content, and dig deep into the next phase of the presidential contest as it moves to Nevada and South Carolina.
Also, we take another critic of the millennial generation to task. What does that mean exactly? Tune into this week's episode to find out!
Intro 0:00-3:04 Pop Goes the Culture: Top Nevada Pop Culture
3:12-12:46 Sports Round Up: Super Bowl Fail
12:53-26:54 Millennial Musings: More Millennial Shade 26:58-37:10
Political Parrots: Viva Las Vegas or South Carolina Conundrum 37:11—1:03:02
Outro/Where to Find Us 1:03:05-1:04:52
On this week's episode, friend of the show Maria Camargo joins us all the way from the great city of Toledo which may or may not be located in the land of the eastern time zone.
In honor of the upcoming New Hampshire Primary, we share our favorite pieces of pop culture from the iconic state. Also, it's Super Bowl 50 time in the Agreeing Loudly studio as Pat leads an exciting prop bet segment that will be sure to leave Jered wracked with regret by next week's episode.
In a shamefully transparent effort at plugging our written content, we delve into an article by Allan Branstiter discussing whether Generation X is finally ready to flex it's political muscle.
And of course we spend far too much time talking about the Iowa Caucus results and what they mean for the New Hampshire Primary.
Get ready to the play The Game with another exciting episode of Agreeing Loudly Coast to Coast.
Pop Goes the Culture: New Hampshire Pop Culture Nuggets 3:17-13:05
Sports Round Up: Super Bowl Predictions 13:15-25:40
Millennial Musings Generation X: The Time is Now? 25:44-37:12
Political Parrots: Iowa Caucus Fallout and New Hampshire 37:14-53:10
Outro/Where to Find Us 53:12-55:25