https://pinecast.com/listen/b47a5f52-eca9-4d25-b4a9-036e82d721bd.mp3Podcast: Play in new window | DownloadSubscribe: Apple Podcasts | Android | RSS Chris starts thinking about snacks, and how much he misses chips,
Chris gets all philosophical while getting a haircut. Don’t worry, it was at home. But when all this is over, how are things going to be changed forever? And can companies really take back some of the changes that they’ve made?
You know how some things just disappear on the internet? Yeah, it sucks. Despite what everyone has told you it seems that sometimes stuff can just disappear forever. Like this band Splyt that I found a few songs from on the old Pure Volume site. Two songs, many years, zero answers. And that sucks because I want to hear more.
Kyle Federline comes by the show to talk about his experiences in the medical field during this whole mess. But things quickly take a turn into looking at general disaster preparedness and how we’ll tell our kids about all of this when they get older.
Karrington Martin from Real Dudes Podcast comes on the show to give us a bit of an insight on working from home and how his daily routines have changed with all of this virus craziness.
A bit on how Chris got into comics, what his self inflicted rules were for what he was allowed to buy, and how his stupid friend Andrew threw all those rules out the window because of stupid reasons like “This series is so good” and “I know you’re going to love it” and things like that.
Andrew Young from 4 Panel and Literary Loitering, you’re a dirty enabler!
Chris takes an episode to wish his dad a happy birthday and to tell everyone here some of the life lessons that he learned from his dad. It’s really not as mushy as he’s making it out to be, promise.
Yeah, maybe a weird thing for a first real episode. Oh well, with the timing here it had to be done.
Chris gives a rundown of what Caffeine and Spite is going to be about. It’s an intro episode so let’s be real, there’s not a ton of content.