This is the only podcast where you will ever hear mentions of Kim Beazley, Bob Dylan and Dan Andrews' mum. Freindly talks about almost being run out of town and Busco tells the story of how he has been changing the world, one Mintie at a time. Plus there's a whole lot of other ramble about being counter-cultural and stuff.
Real sponsors last week and real guests this week.. the boys are hitting the big time! Busco and Freindly are joined by Howlett as they discuss all things spiritual. With his own belief system called "Markology", Howlett brings some great stories and some things to ponder. JC, Buddha (too many Gum Tree Pies) or the angels... it seems clear that there's a bit more going on than what we can see... oooohhh.
George Michael says it, and so do we. You've gotta have faith, faith, faith baby. What is faith you ask? Why not have a listen you plums! Just trust us. Have a little faith and just listen! Also, there is some good news.. Busco is finally off the Trump train!
Breast or Thigh? Cats or Dogs? We ask the big questions in this episode. As usual, Busco comes up with an outlandish theory that is yet to be proven but he swears by it. We also talk about the third member of the trinity. No, we're not talking about a member of a boy band. We talking about HS, the dove, the comforter, the companion, the holy ghost! It's weird.. but not that weird.
The is it. The crux. The crucible. The crescendo. The Monopoly...ahh don't worry about it. In this episode, Busco talks about the time his wife farted and he took the blame so she wouldn't feel shame. That's the main game. Get on the train. Believe it or not, this is not the greatest moment of diverted wrath in history. Cash the cheque.. see what happens.
Busco and Freindly go head to head a bit in this ep so thats worth tuning in just for that! They also talk about prayer both answered and not and Busco seems real wound up, probably due to the isolation!
Corona has us all cooped up at home so why not do another podcast. In this episode we talk corona.. like everyone else! We talk about other things too, like flagenbearers, mortality, leaps of faith and a trout in tree. There's no excuse for not listening to this one.
The next instalment of what went into the local media. Busco's journalism and Freindly's anecdotes, oh my sweet sweet Carolina it's worth a listen. Turns out theres heaps of people in Iran. And one of them is a fan. Oh yeah, and we talk about Jesus.
Do you ever get hit with huge life questions while on a waterslide? Or not even on a waterslide. What about when you look at the stars and see how they shine for you? Or when you hold your newborn baby in your arms? Busco and Freindly ask the big questions and then they answer them. So if you ever wondered if there is more to life - listen to this podcast. It will change your life in only 28 minutes and 20 seconds. You can't even watch an episode of Neighbours in that amount of time! Who would?
The Australian media tried to silence him but Busco will be heard! In this episode Busco reads a censored article and a poem. What a literary genius! It gets a little bit festive as we discuss Santa and our other bearded friend who has a bit to do with Christmas.
All you need is love. But which type of love? Apparently the Greeks knew a thing or two about love. Busco gives us a lesson in linguistics and teaches Freindly a few more Greek words to add to his vocabulary.
Wouldn't you love to hear a booming voice from heaven? "I am God. Tonight's numbers are 17, 27, 8, 43, 9 and 37". Does God actually speak to us? If he does, what does it sound like? In this episode, Busco & Freindly discuss that very question.
Busco & Freindly perform a feat of technical wizardry by podcasting from opposing hemispheres. In this episode Busco tells some tales from his USA adventure including getting bogged in the desert and his attempts at spotting the allusive bear.
The notion of Karma. Who came up with it first? Busco argues that Jesus' teaching that you reap what you sow has been plagiarised! In this ep, Busco and Freindly discuss generosity and forgiveness with the usual banter.