Join two ordinary people as they explore various hot-button topics and challenge themselves, and their audience, into breaking down common misconceptions and dare to offer alternate views in order to promote critical thinking and restore common sense. Do we sound smart?
Do you know the difference between political "party" beliefs? We thought we did until we did a little research and discovered that question is a lot more complex that we first thought. Listen as we break down the different political parties and what each party believes. What party do you identify with?
We sort of hate to board the crazy train from President Trump's tweet this week, but we couldn't resist giving our two cents worth. All of this crazy actually came from a portion of President Trump's tweet and when you read the entire tweet, the portion everyone is up-in-arms about was actually taken out of context and does not mean what everyone is trying very hard to make it mean. Is anyone embarrassed? We think they should be. Also, don't try and make something out of nothing, context is key.
We're coming up on the 50th anniversary of being the first country to put a man on the moon. But did it really happen? I think it's fascinating to think we had the technology in the late 60's to make it happen. The government said it happened so it must be true, right?
Why are people labeled crazy whenever they dare to ask questions? I do realize that some of the "theories" that some people present are really far-fetched and some of the questions asked do not make sense from a logical standpoint, but overall, why is it frowned upon to ask questions about a viewpoint, an action or some event?
Don't be afraid to ask questions - just because some one, or some entity (i.e. the government) is telling us something occurred or something is this way because they tell us it's this way, doesn't necessarily mean it's true. Right?
How would you respond? Join us as we ask each other ethical questions. We like to challenge ourselves to look at all sides of the issue as one answer really doesn't answer all.
Example: You're getting married and you receive a present in the mail from your favorite uncle. He lives abroad and always sends one-of-a-kind gifts. When you open the present, it's broken. Do you tell your uncle?
Tune in to weigh in on this question and more!
1. Where and when do you want to go?
2. Go to individual cruise websites or Travelocity and compare prices or travel agent
3. Plan to book your cruise six-twelve months before you want to go
4. Get documents together - passport (recommended), birth certificate/driver's license
5. Book cruise
6. Consider options for beverage/food packages, internet packages, cruise insurance (recommended)
7. Consider shore excursion options (recommended)
8. Plan travel - flying? Driving? Consider staying at a hotel the night before embarkation
9. Check in via the cruise website or through your travel agent - similar as to when you check in for an airline flight
10. Print off documents and keep in order of your travel in a folder - take folder with you - print off luggage tags and put on luggage before you get to the cruise terminal
When it comes to vacations, cruising, in our opinion, gives you the best bang for your buck. We explain how we got started cruising and why we love cruising so much.
Please be patient, this is our first podcast and we have a lot to learn. Thank you for listening!