Marty Caproni and Joe Gerics welcome guests who discuss some of the bad ideas they've had, advice on doing these things, and life lessons learned along the way.
Marty and Joe welcome comedian and actress Ashley Austin Morris for a recounting of her attempted recruitment into cults, some advice on avoiding these scenarios and why you shouldn't serve lentils at a cult meeting.
Marty and Joe welcome Mary's friend and survivor of the famous Sully crash landing in the Hudson River. Find out what it's like to live through a crash landing and what you can do to be best prepared to survive one!
Marty and Joe welcome comedian Todd Therrien for a conversation about arson, drinking, and our now familiar refrain of not talking to the cops.
Marty and Joe welcome musician and immigrant, Otan Vargas, for a candid discussion about being undocumented in the United States.
Marty and Joe welcome Taylor Clark, a comic, skateboarder and borderline adult. Hear what Taylor has to say about skateboarding well into his adult years, and how following his heart has got him on a path to career success!
Marty and Joe welcome comedian Mike Finoia to discuss his travails as he followed Phish on tour over the last 20 years. Learn more about this incredible band and culture, and how to survive on the road and avoid the cops while doing it.
Marty and Joe welcome comedian Jessimae Peluso for some advice on dating a psycho, and more importantly advice on getting out of it.
Marty and Joe welcome... themselves as they share their tales and advice from their experiences running for local office!
Marty and Joe welcome criminal defense attorney and Mr. Speeding Ticket, Jay Ruane for a candid discussion about why you generally shouldn't talk to the cops and how you should handle the conversation if you find yourself stuck in that situation. As a bonus we get some real insight into the criminal justice system in the US (if you can call it that.)
Marty and Joe welcome back the Director of the Center for Blockchain and Digital Innovation from the University of Wyoming for a candid and educational discussion about cryptocurrency, digital assets, NFT's and more. Wondering if it's a good idea to invest in crypto, or just wondering what the hell crypto is? Time to find out! This is part 2 of this episode so make sure you listen to part 1 first.
Marty and Joe welcome the Director of the Center for Blockchain and Digital Innovation from the University of Wyoming for a candid and educational discussion about cryptocurrency, digital assets, NFT's and more. Wondering if it's a good idea to invest in crypto, or just wondering what the hell crypto is? Time to find out!
Marty and Joe welcome Marty's friend Marijo and discuss her harrowing and death-defying experiences climbing Mt. Everest on a whim, and the lifelong friendships she formed on this adventure!
Marty and Joe welcome nationally recognized trial lawyer, Jessica Abour, to talk about meeting and bringing legal action against Jeffrey Epstein. Maybe you've heard of this prick.
Marty and Joe welcome Joe's former colleague and reformed burglar, Kristian Marine. Kristian walks Joe and Marty through the decisions and mishaps that led to his short-lived yet legendary stint as a death-defying burglar, dubbed by the police as "The Spider-Man of San Francisco."
Marty and Joe welcome their good friend, standup comedian Mike Hanley, as he regales us with a few of his countless stories of scamming his way into places and events. Hear about his foray onto the Boston Garden parquet, how he met Alex Rodriguez, and how he scammed his way into the movie Blown Away!
Marty and Joe welcome former bank robber and member of Boston organized crime, Kevin Johnson, to discuss his many exploits in the mafia, his time in the clink (that's what the cool kids call it), and exactly how he robbed banks and masterminded other financial scams.
Marty and Joe welcome comedian, documentary subject, and sugar dater, Wendi Starling for a frank and funny look at what sugar dating is, and what to keep in mind if you decide to do it!
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