The sum of all of our worst fears have come true.
If you've ever heard someone say that fans from certain cities suck (New York, Philadelphia, Boston, Chicago, etc), this might explain some reasons as to why!
In this week's Midwestern Bias, we analyze the words of a diva. In the Disembodied Voice's Corner, he reveals that he might have some ability in the field of home improvement. Who knew?
So we've exposed the pink lie. We've exposed the biases and the fact that this disease is used as a marketing tool. So what do we do now?
This week, both Brodie and the Disembodied Voice have words for the football team from South Canada. The surprising thing is that Brodie's words could be considered kind . . .
You were promised more about Breast Cancer "Awareness" Month last week. Here is that extra bit that you were promised. This week, this is more about the commercial side of Pinktober and the shamelessness of it all.
In this week's Midwestern Bias, a unique coach from the Big Eleven Plus One is mentioned. Here's a clue: he didn't rescue his football program from disastrous NCAA sanctions, he isn't someone who is likely to lead a team to NCAA sanctions (yes, we're talking about you, Urban). All he does is go out there and coach with a nasty disease that inhibits most people from leading a normal life.
The Disembodied Voice chimes in about Brodie's future. What kind of mayhem will this arouse?
This week brings us to the first week of October, which means that the unfortunate deluge of pink is now upon us. It's sad, it's frustrating, and it upsets the glorious host of this show. In what is likely not to be the last time you hear him go off on this topic this month, Brodie vents his frustration with Breast Cancer "awareness" month aka Pinktober aka Sexist Cancer Month.
Brodie admits that he was wrong about something and the Disembodied Voice gets serious about something.
Yes, you read that right. Read it again if you need to. Maybe you should sit down before listening to this segment due to this shocking tease!
First of all, pay no attention to the fact that our host states that it's Episode 30 in the opening part of the show. It's actually Episode 29. So what do awful parental trends have to do with concerns about Brodie's unborn child?
Wait a sec . . . that guy is having a kid? That's further proof that licenses need to be required to breed!