September 15, 2019
Debrief on an actual hangout session leads to a discussion of how managing relationships virtually is starting to become just as important as irl interactions.
September 8, 2019
Our parents' generation is super cringe right? Wrong. Millennials have taken it to another level. Gender reveals and 'inspirational' selfies are just a few confronting examples.
June 30, 2019
An invincible killer snail, 100 duck-sized horses, and the tough questions that need to be answered in the autonomous vehicle industry.
June 25, 2019
How do people decide to follow sports teams? Why is there more than one 'World’s Greatest Dad' mug in existence? Are friendships arbitrary?
June 18, 2019
Guest episode ALERT! We're joined by ‘@Chicontherunblog’ and her insta-hubby Franky to talk about her journey of becoming (what she doesn’t like to call) an influencer.
May 22, 2019
Why put in the hard yards when you can take a layup and everyone thinks you made a three-pointer. For the non basketball fans: doing the the least but making it look like you're doing the most - a day to day millennial goal.
May 22, 2019
We've all been a part of group chats, some last forever and others are destined to live in the abyss of the scrolled down area of whatsapp. There's some generally unspoken rules and principles behind creating and maintaining them, but what if these have more in global politics than we think?
April 9, 2019
Does it count as injuring yourself snowboarding if you were just walking at the time? If the bartender offered to drive you to an ATM would you say yes? Jarrod and AK discuss some early year travels.
April 3, 2019
Whether it's the perfect Sunday brunch or the most instagrammable travel location, Millennials are always looking for the best of the best at every turn. Does this hedonistic attitude detract from overall happiness? Whoa, that's deep...
January 1, 2019
After somehow launching the podcast, the question remains... Who in their right mind would listen to this? AK and Jarrod discuss marketing strategies, and how they might be perceived by their friends.