Joel & Nick are joined by Brandon for the first ever three-person podcast. Brandon works in the restaurant biz and is an aspiring model/actor. We talk lots about bars, women, drinks & party stories. Joel is upset that he drank alone at a bar and the bartenders didn’t talk to him. Joel doesn’t know how pockets work. Brandon swipes on Tinder live on the show and asks a girl to listen to the podcast. We anxiously await her response and Brandon spends sometime selling himself incase she is listening. Do you send nudes? Nick is paranoid about spy cameras in hotel/airbnb rooms.. Remember the old days of watching & downloading porn? But not as old as magazines.. We come up with a new way to promote the show, then Brandon takes over and ends the episode.
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The boys have some Facebook live broadcast thing going for the first time so the show was live on Facebook, waiting for your calls/comments/tweets on whatever we talked about. Joel is on a bender recently, spending lots of time downtown, even delving into watching some Olympics & UFC. How do you deal with bathroom habits when living with someone else? Which bar was raided by the RNC & NLC? We’re not sure yet either.. Joel & Nick talk about some bars that serve drinks after closing time. MUN can’t fill its older shared residences. The guys hear from some people who have lived in them previously, who don’t think that the privacy is an issue. Also, how do you get greasy in a shared residence?? Joel reflects on his lacklustre college party experience. Joel reveals a big driving mistake. We take a quick bathroom break and Joel is so full of beer he’s late coming back. Nick gives advice on how to handle bums asking for money. Some creeps on the go lately – one guy waving his bird around downtown, and others spying on runners in Paradise. Alcohol with less alcohol? NO THANKS! We don’t want to end on a bad note so Joel tells a story of someone who has never pumped gas, and then we talk about taxi’s & Uber. We sign off before getting negative again!
We’re back! Nick returns from Japan and the North of Newfoundland Podcast is back on its weekly schedule. The boys talk about all the latest happenings like George Street Fest, ticket prices & learning how to use the new roundabout. Why don’t we wear life jackets?? What was the mystery item that shut down security at the airport? Joel joined a neighbourhood Facebook group and was surprised by what he saw. Talk of drones & jail drugs round out the show.
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Joel & Nick talk about beer (surprise), the shame in ordering water at a bar, and Joel shares an odd secret that Nick thinks is gross. Quick chat about Harrison Ford & the Ice Caps. Moving onto an anonymous critical letter about George Street being a “ghost town” and bars shutting down. We try to understand a local Tinder video about d**k pics and why it’s full of lies. Thieves keep dangerously breaking into electricity substations stealing copper, maybe Newfoundland Power needs to get more serious to tackle the issue! Joel has some interesting ideas.. Why aren’t younger people playing lottery tickets? Joel & Nick agree, don’t drive on the highways. Joel can’t figure out why Nick gets cheaper haircuts from the same place. Finally, Nick does not share Joel’s source of motivation for hitting the gym. The show ends as Joel’s beer is beyond empty.
Joel and Nick test out recording the very first North of Newfoundland podcast. Nobody will hear the first one anyway, so we might as well get it over with. We start off explaining the podcast, then talk beer, drunk faces, Labrador vs Newfoundland. Nick doesn’t like the smell of the podcast couch, and then our Newfoundland-ness is questioned as we know nothing about capelin, but we know that baymen make great friends. It’s not radio so Nick enjoys the freedom and gets right to swearing, which Joel is having a hard time getting used to. Do you know what a “mickey” is? Joel would be a creepy gynecologist. Who would want to be an ass doctor? Don’t say “come from away” anymore. Joel brings you behind the scenes of what it’s like to be a DJ, and dealing with annoying people. Why do stores sell single cans of beer? Contains explicit content.