Spencer Kobren speaks with Joe Tillman about his experience in the hair loss industry and role with The Bald Truth. And Andrew Zarian calls to discuss side effects some medications allegedly cause.
On this “War Stories” edition of TWiRT, we draw upon Chris Tobin’s years of experience in the radio engineering trenches. From power outages to gelled diesel fuel to police inquiries and “shelter in place”, Chris has been there and done that - and lived to tell about it.
Andrew and Rich are well on the road to Summerslam with this week's go home double mega super awesome PPV speculation spectacular. They talk the card to both NXT Brooklyn and WWE Summerslam, their predictions, possible storylines coming out of both events, Big Show's merch sales, the three days of sellouts in NYC, NJPW at MCU Park, a bit of G1, and much more!
Google forms a new parent company Named Alphabet. Andrew and John discuss whether the move makes sense. Google launches their own Router named OnHub to simplify WiFi. Is wireless networking too complicated? Apple rumored to launch the iPad Pro and iPhone 6S in September. Will we actually see an iPad Pro this time around? And Comcast plans to launch a YouTube like service called Watchable. What sort of content should users expect?
Andrew and Paul share their thoughts on Google restructuring and forming a new parent company named Alphabet. Does the restructuring make sense? Google also announces OnHub, a wireless router. Is wireless networking too complicated? Paul addresses new rumors of an Apple TV service and updated hardware. And Andrew and Paul discuss rumored hardware from Microsoft in the coming months.
Episode 36 is The Station Agent! Back before he was your favorite Game of Thrones character, Peter Dinklage did this indie movie about a reclusive dwarf whose only friend has passed away, leaving him a small plot of land and a place to live. It’s a bit droll but filled with some good laughs and great scenes. This is Dinklage 12 years younger, but his acting is seasoned. Listen to the episode to see what this movie made us think and talk about. It’s an interesting discussion and a good contrast to last week’s episode. Swing by the main page and for the love of God, leave us a comment – are airplanes really the best mode of transportation? We’ll be back next week where we talk about the dark comedy The Skeleton Twins.