Jered, Pat and Troy are back with another exciting episode of the Agreeing Loudly podcast. In celebration of a return to simpler times (so long agreeingloudly.com), the OG podcast team (minus the ever elusive Bill) discusses the latest Game of Thrones trailer.
And of course, it wouldn't be Agreeing Loudly without some way too early talk about the 2020 Race for the White House.
We may have downsized a bit since our conception, but as the only saying goes, "What is dead, may never die."
Back after the long holiday break, Agreeing Loudly's podcast aficionados return to discuss the current federal government shutdown and the 2020 Race for the White House.
The agreeing loudly podcast is done celebrating the blue wave/blizzard/avalanche and is back to discuss the results of the 2018 midterm elections and what it means for the future.
Except for Bill. He was too devastated by the disappointing performance of team Trump to join us this week, but we wish him all the best as he tries to make sense of a post-MAGA world.
Back from a long hibernation, Agreeing Loudly is back to speculate on the 2018 midterm elections.
Are we hopeful, pessimistic or indifferent? Tune in to find out!
After another several month absence, Agreeing Loudly is back from coast to coast to conduct what was originally thought to be a way too early Democratic Presidential Draft. However, three days after we recorded this episode, Nate Silver and company beat us to the punch with a draft of their own. We're not saying they've bugged our recording studio...but that's exactly what we're saying.
Help us overcome the conspiracy by listening to this month's episode now!
On this month's episode of Agreeing Loudly Coast to Coast, Bill Nentl makes his triumphant return from his multi-month suspension. In celebration of this momentous occasion, the Agreeing Loudly brain trust (minus one Pat Meacham) discuss their thoughts on who will win Best Picture at the upcoming Academy Awards, the latest Trumptastrophes, and some more public policy they think would make the world a better place.
Will Bill be able to make it through one episode without being suspended again? Tune in now to find out!
On this month's episode of Agreeing Loudly Coast to Coast, we interview Agreeing Loudly's first endorsee, prospective Iowa Democratic Party state chair Kurt Meyer. We also take a moment to reflect on President Obama's final address as president as we look towards the future of the progressive movement.
Are you ready to move forward? Tune into this month's episode of Agreeing Loudly Coast to Coast to get started!
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!
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!
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
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.
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.
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
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
A milestone is reached as the Agreeing Loudly Coast to Coast crew record their 10th episode. To celebrate, they talk the latest Democratic presidential pseudo debate, Ben Carson's sorted relationship with the truth, their dream travel destinations, updated predictions for the Minnesota Vikings and a bunch of other stuff that's sure to mildly pique your interest.
The only question is, will Bill make his triumphant return? Spoiler Alert: Nope.
Millennial Musings 2:17-8:30
Political Parrots: Boring Debates, Carsongate, and the Bush Legacy 8:34-29:25
Pop Goes the Culture: Where Do You Wanna Go? 29:40-38:20
Sports Round Up: Roller Girl Championship and Shaun Hill 38:25-53:15
News From the Front: Alcohol Treatment in Detroit Lakes 53:25-57:30
Sign Off and Outro 57:31-59:29
We're back with another exciting episode! Bill is replaced this week by regular scab Carson Starkey, as the Agreeing Loudly crew share their thoughts on the latest Republican presidential debate, the recent federal budget deal, Pat's most anticipated movies and the latest in Minnesota sports.
Also, Troy and Carson decry the state of the federal budget making process and declare war on any financial institution with the gall to call their cell phones and demand they pay their student loans.
Will the combined pessimism of Troy and Carson carry the show to the dark side or will Jered's blind optimism and Pat's moderate tone keep the show afloat one more week? Tune in to find out!
Intro and Show Preview 1:00-2:47
Political Parrots: Student Loan Nonsense 2:50-28:40
Millennial Musings 28:45-38:00
Pop Goes the Culture: Pat's Movie Mayhem 38:30-52:00
News From the Front: Elitist Homeless in Bemidji 1:08:20-1:14:49
Sign Off 1:15:00-1:16:31
This week your host with the most, Jered "pumpkin carver" Weber returns from his week hiatus to help bring a little more optimism to the podcast. Bill, Pat and Troy celebrate by voting on the long awaited Rick Perry Memorial Bracket Final Four, sharing their thoughts about the final Star Wars trailer, and discussing an up-and-down week in Minnesota sports.
Also, Troy begins his campaign to make Jered the next official radio announcer for the Minnesota Vikings. Will he succeed? Find out by listening to this week's episode of Agreeing Loudly Coast to Coast.
1:00-10:30 Intros and Millennial Musings
27:52-40:47 The Rick Perry Memorial Bracket Final Four
40:48-54:54 Pop Goes the Culture: Star Wars Trailer Nerdery
55:00-1:01:30 The Historic Nature of Small Town America/The Longest Sign Off Ever
The Agreeing Loudly Coast to Coast crew is back ... well at least half of them. This week Pat and Troy take the reigns and bring special guest Carson along for the ride. This week the trio debates baby-boomers as mentors, get Carson's take on the Rick Perry Memorial Bracket, and start speculating on 2020 Celebrity Presidential contenders. Also, Troy has his Garrison Keillor moment during News from the Front.
The Agreeing Loudly Coast to Coast crew is back with another exciting episode. This week Bill, Jered, Pat, and Troy debate the merits of public funding for stadiums, talk the usual Minnesota sports mayhem, and finally take a few moments to talk about the excellence that is Star Wars.