Recently, I’ve been making a point to make notes and chronicle observations from the games I play in order to make some video essays about them and why they either appeal to me or don’t. This has been my project lately and it has been a fun exploratory release.
I haven’t linked to a podcast here in a while, but then again, I don’t write here often at all it seems.
I am VERY excited, though, to link to this podcast, because it’s a preview of one of my favorite things in the world: the English Premier League. My friends Zach Osborn and Alex Lebl join me to talk about some of the top teams from last season, trying to see if they’ve made the right moves to stay on top going into the new year.
Click here for a direct link to the episode, click here to find my sports podcast Running Out The Clock on iTunes, or click here for a really weird looking page that the show pops up on. Whatever works.
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Hey cool look at that! It’s a new video!
This is the first episode of a new show that I (under my workplace nickname of Kreg [don’t ask cause I don’t know]) and my friend Cadden have recklessly put together. It’s entitled Worst Show Ever, and in this pilot episode, we discuss several books we’ve never actually read.
Sound dumb? Of course it does. It wouldn’t be the Worst Show Ever if it sounded like a good idea!
It was a bright, lovely day in a world not all that ACTUALLY it’s a world that’s super drastically different than our own. Like, absurdly so. Where cat people shoot fireballs out of their hands and stuff. And the term “adventure” is thrown around wildly. And the common form of transportation happens to be jumping on the back of a giant bird.
NEW WORLD CUP EPISODE!
Joseph is again joined by Michael Preston and Keith Harkins for an episode of Running Out The Clock. This time around, they discuss the USA advancing, the work of Jurgen Klinsmann, the upcoming match against Belgium, and poor Jordan Ayew getting pantsed on television, which is something Michael Preston thinks will work out well for Ayew.