Anna Tennis and her sister Mary Tennis congregate episodically with their dear friend Ian Vincent in a Duluth, Minnesota basement to discuss current issues, interesting life events, inclement weather, or nothing at all. (Some cussing and Christopher Walken impressions.)
Mary, Anna, and Ian take on the Woodrow Wilson presidency to see whether or not there is cause to revile or adulate this debonair, southern racist (who may or may not have helped weave modern progressive ideals into the fabric of American society, proving you can't ever have anything be simple, FFS), while also nudging the similarities between the Spanish Flu and COVID-19.
In this episode of Duluth! the Podcast, Anna, Mary and Ian discuss McKinley’s presidential prowess and foibles, his ultimate assasination and its relationship (real or crap) to JFK? It's a real twisterooni.
In this episode of Duluth! The Podcast, Mary, Ian, and Anna endeavor to discuss whether or not Benjamin Harrison might, in fact, be the worst U.S. president ever. But we also end up talking about a Star Wars poster and Sherlock Holmes' cocaine use.
In this episode of Duluth! The Podcast, the Tennis sisters join forces with Ian Vincent (who is actually a third Tennis sister) to discuss which US presidents were the worst, and why. IF WE'RE HONEST, this conversation started as an all-out despondent wheedle, in response to sitting president Donald Trump's overall supreme ghastliness, but ended up being a pretty engaging conversation about "The League of Extraordinary Gentlemen," The "Know Nothings," and Christopher Walken. Also, parkas.
MUCH SWEARING. Some education.