We can't just waste good content, RIGHT?!
Well, we kept the mics hot after the normal show and this was recorded after the Customer Service! Sorta? *** episode. Needless to say, we got stuck in "old farts reminiscing about days of yore" mode. Anyhow, enjoy this bonus episode.
This episode we talk about customer service and we share some stories. Oh, and, we're not the customers in these stories, this time we are the ones providing the service and support. Listen in as we share some stories and, as we do, go off the rails a few times too!
*** Note *** I had to edit out a couple of names, so I replaced them with an obnoxious foghorn. You're welcome.
This week we talk politics and the demise of the Bernie Sanders campaign. We also explore other issues that we see as detrimental to the Democratic Party. Interestingly, all of us were off our game and boy the energy was, mellow.
This week we review Decaf's twitter adventure. Next, we break down what we believe are the best movie scenes, with a few side notes and distractions. Finally, we reinforce the fact that Mark is pop culture deficient.
This week we talk about moments of failure. Chris and Mark go the non-personal route, and Decaf shares a personal failure that illustrates how mature he is. What we are saying here is Chris and Mark are failures at sharing emotions. Not much of a surprise actually.
You knew this would happen! You knew we would do this! You knew that it had to be!
YES! It's the triumphant inclusion of Big Daddy Decaf! Join us as the crew from Spankwagon, er, Blather, discuss Decaf's new Novel, "Afromedus Jivewalker: The Keys of Day and Darkness" (AVAILABLE NOW ON AMAZON!).
Of course this episode goes right to the depths of Spankwagon depravity, and we all know who to blame.
This week we reminisce about how we use to be unprofessional with how things were cobbled together in the old LVRocks days. We then go on to prove that we are still just as unprofessional today. We gripe about Covid-19. Oh, and let's learn that Murphy's baseball knowledge is a complete sham.
This week we talk about the "Right To Repair". You have to listen to us say what is obvious, but I strongly recommend doing so.
Since we said we would post them here are a couple of links that we covered in this episode.
Wiki article on Right to Repair: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Electronics_right_to_repair
Vice Report on Right to Repair: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EPYy_g8NzmI