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