#70: Red for Ed (or If You Remember, Molly…)

April 16th, 2018

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Gil and Ron are back at Belia's, but without Al as he had birthday obligations. In a twist, Gil takes a seat in the Guest Chair this week. Thankfully he came with an agenda: Phoenix Suns basketball, the return of Roseanne, and the fallacy of Facebook privacy. The gang then explores the Red for Ed movement, Molly Ringwald's latest literary endeavor, and Gil's favorite topic, The Notebook. Hopefully you have plenty of Kleenex...

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#69: Uber Judgement Day (or Happy Anniversary)

March 27th, 2018

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The Core Three are back, this time recording at The Funhouse with Belia. E-Steve calls in, not to revoke permission, but to grant it, and in the process gives a shout out to his wife of 16 years and explains how the Chicken Dance ultimately led to Gil, Al, and Belia moving to the Phoenix area. From there the gang talks about the various conspiracies and cabals surrounding the automated Uber gone rogue, whether anyone should disclose their private life for a job, and the concept of paying adult actresses for silence. Hush...

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#68: Clean Up On Aisle 3 (or How To Get Ripped Off While Investing In Yourself)

March 4th, 2018

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The core 3 is back plus friend-of-the-pod Belia! We jump right in and discuss the recent very-well hosted, edited, and produced non-Gil podcast. We then jump into a review of the recent movie "Black Panther" and ponder whether race played a part in the rapidity of the making of the movie and its release. The conversation switches to why anyone would own a dog given all the inherent problems and Al describes what his dog, Negan, brings to the table. We then talk about the high number of feral cats in our neighborhood and how we deal with them. We then jump to a recent cross-over that James Harden did to Wesley Johnson in a recent NBA game and talk about how embarrassing it was. The friend-of-the-pod eSteve calls in afterwards to discuss various topics including the previous non-Gil podcast, an update from Tucson, and if public-sector labor union membership should be forced on all employees. We then talk about a comedy duo at our local renaissance festival one of which may be Albert’s doppelganger. The conversation then changes to remembering TV shows Three's Company, Seinfeld, and others. We end the show describing how Belia recently decided to invest in herself, why guys should avoid growing bitch-tits, and review some movies that are nominated for Oscars.

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#67: The Belia Dip (or Don’t Believe Me? Just Watch…)

February 26th, 2018

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And then there were two. With Gil on sabbatical and a podcast world full of haters, with the help of Belia and Red, Al and Ron fight the power and podcast anyway. The show starts right off with Belia's terrifying tale of a blind date gone wrong. Red shares her troubles just making it to The Cave of Thrones. And Al brings it all home by demonstrating how to definitively pick up girls AND he solves the gun control conundrum, all in the space of 10 minutes...

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#66: Don’t Call It A Comeback (or How a Man Gets Mugged While Up a Pole)

February 17th, 2018

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The crew is back after a month absence. We jump right in and talk about what we have been up to. We then talk about the Super Bowl and recent political news. Afterwards, we discuss the recent school shooting in Florida and talk about how to reduce the frequency of these types of events. Marco from E. C. then calls in to give his point of view on school shootings and the Super Bowl. Ron then describes how he plans to podcast by himself if no ones can podcast in the future (No one believes him). Marco then describes the time he got mugged while working in Chicago. We then describe our fantasy scenes where we bang the cable woman, maid, or cleaning lady. We then switch the conversation to movies we would like to see and discuss the upcoming movie "Black Panther". We end the show with a discussion about the author of movie reviews, the future of podcasting, and what are the minimum requirements to podcast.

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#65: The Long Goodbye (or Health Care for Everyone!)

January 19th, 2018

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The Core Three are back in The Cave this week where Gil announces that The Core will now drop to two, as he's leaving the show. Sort of. Disgusted at the quality of the editing, Gil decides he will not be on the show unless he's going to edit it. Belia joins the boys in The Cave and Marco calls in to weigh in on the subject. But Gil's departure is not the only topic covered. With Marco on the line, Al questions his workout supplements; everybody ponders the idea of Oprah for President (RPGs anyone?); and a debate is held over Al's Deadpool victory. The episode finishes with a brief discussion about hang up etiquette and Gil's reiteration that for him, this mayhaps be the end...

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#64: The Longest Podcast Ever (or.The Adventure of the Foley Catheter)

January 10th, 2018

With Al out. Belia joins Gil and Ron in the House of Mirrors to celebrate the year's first podcast with a two hour extravaganza. Starting with ghetto malls, the topics jump from the legalization of marijuana to the chapter titles of Gil's autobiography, to Deadpool etiquette.  The two hour special ends with a tale of a Foley Catheter and various Freudian slips. Poutine organisms anyone? Happy New Year!

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#63: Big Brother (or How Someone Can Get Nick Nolte’d)

December 30th, 2017

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The group is back, with a call-in from Ron, and with two guests: Tucson Steve and White-Whale Steve. We start the show discussing our recent Christmas experiences. Once Ron calls in, we jump into a review of the new Star Wars movie - The Last Jedi - and talk about logical flaws and the worst moments in the latest installment in the franchise. Afterwards, we talk about the number of houses that have Christmas lights and how that can be an economic indicator but it does not account for lazy people. Then Belia and her friend call in and she explains how she got tied-up at the bar and cannot make it to our podcast. Gil then describes a hypothesis about the existence of super heroes but it gets shot down. Then Albert floats a hypothesis about how they are killing of old white men. By who? Them and they know because they are doing the killing. This leads to a discussion about the new iPhone X and if any new features are truly innovative after the death of Steve Jobs. Albert, then, describes a future plan he has to regress (or progress?) into owning just a flip phone and giving up his smart phone. We then talk about Alexa, the voice from Amazon’s Echo products, and how it (she) is always listening... and then we get into a conversation about Big Brother and how a small spyware program called the Weather Bug infected our early computers. We end the show with a bit of Trump talk, how the Electoral College is kind of weird, being woke, and finally we speculate on who will run against Trump in the next election.

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#62: The Christmas Episode (or Who Are All These Damn Birds?)

December 22nd, 2017

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For the first time in several weeks, The Three Wise Men are back in The Cave of Thrones. Marco calls in and helps them celebrate Christmas by discussing (the year's hottest topic) sexual harassment, Trump bashing, and Star Wars. They wrap up the show by sharing their holiday plans and wishing all a Merry Christmas!

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#61: Harassable or Not Harassable, That Is the Question (or ’tis Better to Have Loved and Lost…)

December 12th, 2017

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This week the core three sit down once again at Belia's, this time joined by Belia's friend Steph. The show starts with Gil explaining the rules of podcasting, which apparently, are almost the same as the rules of Fight Club. The talk then turns to porn suicides, #metoo, and of course sexual harassment. Finally, the conversation concludes with a continuation of the classic debate over life with fathers and prenatal vitamins. But it's too late when Gil realizes he has one more topic.

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