Wed, 29 April 2009
Women's magazines. Their covers promise guaranteed intimacy secrets right there at the checkout counter. Problem is, most of it is bad advice. Two guys who.. well.. are guys give you the straight scoop on why buying into the tripe Cosmo and others peddle is an instant recipe for a failed relationship. (we'll refund what you paid for this podcast if not satisfied)
Buxom and bulletproof...
This woman's bra stopped a speeding bullet. We think the lingerie maker is missing a marketing gold mine, but what do we know?
Dear Abby must need therapy by now. Wait until you hear some of goofy sex questions she has had to answer over the years.
How NOT to nab a pedofile...
On the heels of an attempted child abduction in their TV viewing area, the local Fox affiliate in the Twin Cities (MN) devised a doozy of a sting operation. Especially if you like ice cream trucks. Parents and school officials were not amused. No film at 11.
No T-shirt can hold it...
Near impossible to pronounce (but try to stop us) and as hard to locate (a native American name with 45 letters pretty much rules out stopping for directions) this New England lake has confounded tourists and historians for two centuries.
Back to You...
This rockin' summertime sound from Chrissy Coughlin's new album is our YCMIU feature track this week. Keep your ears and eyes on this fast-rising indie singer-songwriter from NYC.
Want to win the album? It is yours if you are the first person to email email@example.com with the answer to our TRIVIA question in the show. Be sure to include your name and real-world mailing address.
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Wed, 22 April 2009
Apple-MS battle for your desktop...
CRASH! It happened to one of us Kens this week which explains why this show is late. Blame it on the Big Bang? Nope. Pure corporate market share greed. (kiss those potential sponsorships goodbye). Avert your ears. Or maybe don't. What happened could very easily happen to you. Forewarned is forearmed.
p.s. - the big bang theory might explain Phil Spector.
Potty Parity at the ballpark?
While New York's two MLB teams were christening new ball yards an undercover army (actually one guy in deep need of a hobby) of prying pollsters were taking notes on how many stadium restroom seats are available to men and women. We have the numbers. The New York Times thought it was important.
Now playing shortstop, Clyde Klutz
Down through history baseball has been populated with a significant number of players who had to be awfully strong - or never attended grade school - to make it to the big leagues carrying the goofy sir names they inherited. If you are scoring at home, good luck.
Our grooves come straight from the Podsafe Music Network where you can find Big Bang by the Nashville Session Players.
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Mon, 13 April 2009
Short Tweet from FEMA
Who needs 140 characters? These guys can answer the question "what are you doing?" in seven (hint: starts with n, ends with g). Everybody is getting into Twitter. Follow us at http://www.twitter.com/2kens.
Larry from Georgia...
Is probably second guessing his e-mail to YCMIU. Poor guy dared us to call his cell. We did. The South is still looking for a debate team captain. You want a piece of us?
Open for Business
West Virginia's slogan may not apply to Barbie if one lawmaker in the Mountaineer state has his way. Wait until you hear his argument. Luckily for Mattel, nobody seems to be taking him seriously.
Our sound bite pick-o'-the-week comes from White House press secretary, Robert Gibbs. If you think the press corps would have more important questions than this one you really must pay more attention.
A Honda for Fido
Your pup will be in his 'Element' when you take him for a test drive in this pet-friendly import. Miss Beeper says, "wake me when the kitty model is ready."
When he's not co-hosting this show one of us (the other Ken) writes a column for the long-running "Bleacher Banter", a popular fan newsletter published for her fellow Chicago Cubs fans by Stephanie Leathers. Subscribe today because '09 is YOUR year guys!
Vibes heard on this week's show include "It's All About Me" by Brando Quin & RavenPheat. His music is on the PodSafe Music Network. We also feature two guys from Brooklyn known as Comandante Zero. Defy you not to think of Bowie when you hear "The Future."
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Mon, 6 April 2009
Wanted: church proof reader:
With apologies to Rowan Atkinson for swiping his line from the movie 'Four Weddings and a Funeral' somebody really should be editing church and synagogue bulletins before the congregation reads them. As Passover and Easter converge we have fun with some classic religious oh-ohs. If there is a God, He forgives us. If not, well... we're covered.
The Bar Stool 500
This week's nominee for a Darwin Award hails from Newark, Ohio and hasn't met a vehicle yet he can't wreck. When Kile Wygle gets out of jail (assuming he can't beat this rap) he will have two sponsors if he decides to race at Indy. Briggs & Stratton and Jim Beam. Gentlemen, start your bar stools!
If you come here for that you really are in trouble. Anyway, guys if you want to save your marriage, here's a tip: simply stop cleaning the house! You even have a built in excuse this week. April 7th is 'No Housework Day'. You better heed our sage advice or you could wind up divorced, like this German couple.
You are what you eat
So what are you if your favorite dish eats tin cans? Meet the goat, fast-becoming a top culinary delight around the globe. He's good with kids, too.
#36 (with a bullet)
Thank you fans for launching YCMIU to our highest ranking ever on Podcast Alley! More than 36-hundred comedy shows listed and there we are, bangin' on the door of the top 35! Now, here's our thank you. GoDaddy is offering our fans exclusive discounts on all kinds of things. Order any web site hosting plan today at a great low price, plus use this link and save another 10% at checkout!
Moses & Morty
George Hrab is one funny dude. Our feature this week from the Podsafe Music Network is this hilariously irreverent bit. Take it with you to your Passover seder, or Easter dinner. It's sure to be big hit with the older folks. Hey, you took our relationship advice. We thought we'd branch out. By the way, be sure to catch George every week on his own show, the GeologicPodcast.
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