Join us this week as we wrap up the end of the season with a free-flowing, non-structured rambling good time of an episode. We pull back the curtain and discuss mixing practices, whether we should commit to one original theme song, a new love for spicy foods, snack packs for adults, taking a bump of those sweet carbs, the flow, what makes one good or bad at their job, getting rid of a gallon of bad gasoline, making demands of your future self, how royal titles work, and more!
This week we're eating terrible last meals, cleaning our ears, livin' the bachelor life, volunteering and helping in Honduras, dealing vitamins in bulk, trying to name the new jingle segment, trying not to cry, and outlining a whole new movie. They don't make episodes of We Had a Good Life longer than Episode 259, so push some beds together and prepare yourself.
This week we're trying out commercial breaks, complaining about the older generation's music, dancing with the devil, planning another off-shoot cooking podcast, getting banned on Capitol Hill, repossessing cars and homes in the UK, analyzing how guns change a situation, writing jingles, stealing so much goddamn fajita meat, and giving up all of our private information.
In this FDIC insured episode we're trying to get a couple of stacks, catching up with old friends, avoiding so many assholes on the internet, reviving Palabra del Dia, shaving your head for St. Baldricks, building our brand, making fat kids fight for charity, pitching good marketing ideas for Pepsi, stealing technology, engaging local politicians, discussing the futile nature of legacy, kidnapping the elderly, and carefully researching why more old people aren't doing hard drugs.
This week we're purposely collecting a bunch of money by mistake, finding our limit for how much an ass-beating is worth, getting addicted to the power, and taking a trip to SLC where we're dealing with terrible weather, staying in a suite with a complimentary rapper, getting a loan smelling like booze, buying a car from the Mailman, escaping rooms, and properly allocating our tax returns!
Final thoughts on the Smooth Cool Walkings outline before we start the first draft, how to take advantage of your city's Winter Meltaway Program, frats continue to be the worst and so is everyone on Earth, human tribe mentality, broken windows, in-fighting, and societal gridlock.
SMOOTH COOL CONTEXT WARNING :
DO NOT LISTEN TO THIS EPISODE UNLESS YOU'VE LISTENED TO EPISODE 253!
It's butter time, people! We're talking about the weird herd-mentality that happens in traffic when flashing lights are visible, being passive-aggressive in the most aggressive ways, a solution for casting our movie in a perfect world with Fake App, and then another full two-hour conversation further fleshing out the details of our new film, Smooth Cool Walkings!
This week we're getting weird for weird's sake and showing appreciation for the art of the hustle behind the art, thinking about considering getting a massage, discussing handjob etiquette, creating awkward situations with the masseuse, exhibiting unprecedented professionalism, gaining job security through information obscurity, and brainstorming a dramatic and artistic sequel to 1993's Cool Runnings.
This week we're discussing Kingmakers and Lizard Gods, the challenge of being a bad president nowadays, suffering a deep tissue shoulder injury, being judged by doctors, the capabilities of any given pilot, setting trends by parking illegally, getting revenge on tow truck drivers, the best way to suffer the least amount of aggression from police after a low-speed chase, gaining cool new abilities after waking up from a coma, using the elderly for sweet product placement hustles, the limits of our mortality, and corporations cloning humans!
In Episode 251 we're taking your foot off, over-analyzing the mythology of Jason Voorhees, taking a different approach to writing the next Friday the 13th film, revisiting many classic horror movies, eating dinner in a movie theater, comparing the old and new "IT", letting Stephen King's mystical magical elements stay on the written page, coin-flip betting, and getting real about out squat game.
We're bringing 2017 to a close by battling snow in Helena, surgically creating pockets for smuggling, finding cops on the take, refining plans for heisting ATM's, sharing our favorite hot cocoa recipes, becoming artisan wood-workers, accepting universal basic income, accidentally calling the cops, and refusing to stand in line.