From the Webby Award-winning creators of The Box Of Oddities Podcast comes The Shallow End with Schnebly and Toth. Friends since childhood, Lindsay Schnebly and Jethro Gilligan Toth have always shared a love for stories of people doing ridiculously dumb things. They found it wildly amusing as young boys. They still do today. This is your invitation to pour a strong drink and join them for true stories that are tragically hilarious.
It wasn't so much the burglarizing as it was what they did with the plunder. JG has the extremely disturbing, yet hilarious story. Then it's Lindsay's turn to remind us that calling 911 should be for, you know, important stuff. Warning! Never listen to the Shallow End while sitting in a tub full of water while holding a plugged-in air fryer.
What do you get when you mix two Australians, a ski resort, and bad planning? Lindsay has the details. Then JG regales us with stories of some very bad smuggling techniques. Warning! Episode 35 should never be re-heated in a plastic tray.
JG warns us to be careful of what we re-gift for the holidays. Things could end in a horrific display of pyrotechnics. Then, Lindsay tells us about a stupid yet polite home invader that really likes chicken. WARNING! Listening to episode 34 is an inherently dangerous undertaking. Make good choices and take personal responsibility for the outcome of your listening! Protect your privilege to listen to The Shallow End by not making ...
If we've said it once, we've said it a hundred times. Stop setting things on fire! Lindsay has details. And then, Jg wants you to know that there's a time and place for drunken golf cart hijinx. Tumble dry episode 33 on low heat only.
Lindsay tells us about one of the most popular forms of mass entertainment a century ago. It involved explosions, shrapnel, and twisted steel wreckage. And then JG has the hilarious mishaps of a prankster with little common sense. Warning! Discontinue listening to episode 31 if minor intestinal cramping persists.
What happens when you're attempting to steal a trailer, but you're not too bright? JG has the amusing details. And then Lindsay tells us why we should never fiddle about with the weather. Episode 30 is not an actual attorney but a paid spokesperson.
Apparently, there was a recent spate of incredibly bad decisions at a Minnesota middle school. Lindsay has the chilling details. Then JG regales us with a tale involving bad timing, stupidity, and a Chicago muffler shop. Avoid allowing episode 29 coming in contact with mucous membranes.
Some sports fans take things a bit too far. Jethro has the details of this cautionary tale. Then Lindsay asks, "can a house divided stand after all?" Attention! Tumble dry episode 28 on low heat only.
The title for the world's stupidest bank robber is a very competitive division. However, Lindsay may have found a leading contender. Then, Jethro tells us about a bugler who just can't get a break. Attention! If an emergency occurs while listening to episode 27, an oxygen mask will drop down from the compartment above your head.
Sometimes Karma is not so instant. Sometimes it takes decades. JG has the details. And then, Lindsay regales us with what is possibly the most hilarious accident report ever filed. Caution! Listening to episode 26 is an inherently dangerous undertaking.
Jethro has a surprisingly hilarious story involving a propane torch and a pail of gasoline. And then Lindsay reminds us to never underestimate our senior citizens. Especially those that are heavily armed. Warning! Episode 25 should never be listened to near an open flame.
What do three hapless middle school janitors have in common with Bill Murray's character from the movie Caddyshack? JG has the story of a very resilient gopher who gets the last laugh. Then Lindsay warns us of the dangers involved when you're not a very good smuggler. Warning! Episode 24 is for external use only.
Jethro has a story of a drunk Canadian who made bad choices and the police officer that punked him. And then, a guy caused quite a scene on the Interstate all because he didn't want to pay for an Uber. Hardhat and safety goggles are not required but are recommended when listening to Episode 22 of The Shallow End.
Jumping out of a perfectly good airplane can have bad end results. Lindsay has the story. Then, Jethro tells us of a murderer who jumped bail and was on the lam for over three decades. Don't worry. He gets his in a most delightful way. Episode 22 is freshest if listened to before date on carton.
Don't you love it when a horrible person gets their comeuppance in the end? Jethro has the story. And then, Lindsay has details on why it's not a good idea to cut corners when constructing a major dam. Warning! While listening to Episode 20, avoid contact with mucous membranes.
Jethro reports on a terrible mishap in the meat section at an Arizona Walmart. And then Lindsay gives us pointers on how not to burgle a store. WARNING! Do not puncture, incinerate, or store episode 19 above 120 degrees Fahrenheit.
They say, "pride comes before the fall." Lindsay has a perfect example of this when one man decides his thievin' skills made him invincible. Then, Jethro reminds us that you can't learn everything from a Youtube video and that some things are best left to the professionals. Warning! Contents of Episode 18 may have settled during shipment.
Some people will do anything for delicious fresh baked goods. Jethro has a story of a guy who takes it to a whole different level. And then Lindsay has our very first listener-submitted story involving what would become an awesome display of pyrotechnics. Our 17th episode ontains a substantial amount of non-tobacco ingredients.
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