Just in time for the first contest of the presidential primaries, Agreeing Loudly Coast to Coast is back with special guest Justin Norris to discuss the Iowa Caucus and New Hampshire Primary.
Everyone's on deck to share their favorite Iowa pop culture contributions, struggle through an Iowacentric sports segment, and discuss whether millennials are actually going to vote during the upcoming elections. In addition, Pat leads an exciting "Know Your Caucus Contender" contest that reminds us why we should have payed more attention in civics class. In addition, we manage to offend an entire generation of people and both major political parties.
Will this week finally be the week the censors shut us down? Tune in to find out!
Pop Goes the Culture: Iowa Favorites 3:46-12:45
Sports Round Up: Iowa Edition 12:50-19:45
Millennial Musings: Will Millennials Vote? 19:51-32:40
Political Parrots: It’s Caucus Time 32:45-1:08:15
Outro/Where to find us :1:08:40-1:10:38
This week Agreeing Loudly runs into some technical difficulties when Bill decides that charging his phone and telling time is insignificant compared to the power of his wife's birthday.
In what some people are calling "the worst podcast ever" Pat and Jered have a vibrant discussion about the future of Hispanic Millennial voters and whether or not presidential debates really matter. Fortunately, Bill uses his mad computer science skills to teleport in for the second half of the episode to lead a Pop Goes the Culture segment focusing on Agreeing Loudly's most anticipated movies of 2016.
After sitting through that nerdtastic discussion, Pat bring things back to reality with a sports discussion including NFL predictions, Ronda Rousey's acting chops, and other hot sports topic from the previous week.
Can Pat and Jered hold a discussion without Bill? Will Lebron James destroy this podcast once and for all? What am I talking about?
Tune into this week's episode to find out!
Millennial Musings: Hispanic Millennials Rising 2:00-8:50
Political Parrots: Do Debates Matter? 8:53-25:00
Pop Goes the Culture: Most Anticipated Movies of 2016 27:26-41:40
Sports Round Up NFL Predictions and Ronda Rousey Acting 41:47-57:35
Outro/Where to Find Us 57:37-59:42
After an extended holiday break and a couple of special episodes, Agreeing Loudly Coast to Coast returns to establish some normalcy in your podcast listening lives.
Jered, Pat and Bill discuss whether Millennial employees are more or less ethical than previous generations, the Bernie Sanders surge, their most anticipated shows of 2016, and some sports related chaos involving the divisional round of the NFL playoffs and WIAA's #tauntgate.
Will the Coast to Coast Kids inspire a new generation of loud agreement? Will Pat survive another nerd-filled discussion? Will the podcast be sued out of existence by the WIAA and Donald Trump?
Tune in to this week's episode to find out!
Millennial Musings: Ethics in the Workplace 3:55-11:36
Political Parrots: The Bernie Surge 11:40-26:18
Pop Goes the Culture: Most Anticipated Shows of 2016 26:25-41:15
Sports Round Up: NFL Predictions and WIAA's #Tauntgate 41:34-54:09
Where to Find Us/Outro 54:15-56:48
Now that 2016 is officially underway (let's be honest, those first two weeks don't count), the new and improved Agreeing Loudly Coast to Coast crew is ready to reflect on what they liked most about 2015. Jered, Pat, and Bill discuss their favorite moments from politics, pop culture, and sports during a special weekend morning conversation.
What moments, events and media were impressive enough to make the Agreeing Loudly cut? Will Jered be able to stay awake during this episode? Can Pat put aside his distaste for Jered's favorite hobbies? Will Bill be able survive once the beeping doors of death cut him off from the life giving California rains?
Listen now to find out the answers to these questions and more!
Millennial Musings: Best of 2015 2:20-13:15
Political Parrots: Best of 2015 13:17-37:39
Pop Goes the Culture: Best of 2015 37:44-1:06:07
Sports Round Up: Best of 2015 1:06:15-1:18:53
Outro/Where to Find Us 1:18:55-1:21:11