This week the Moderately Entertaining Nerds of the Two M.E.N. Podcast talk about what it was like to grow up in the small towns of Newton and Oblong. Along the way they'll get sidetracked to talk about the highly competitive game of Red Rover and the incredibly socially complex game that is Heads Up Seven Up. You can also learn why getting directions to anywhere in Oblong includes the phrase "at the four way stop."
Thanks for listening to Tim Matson and Phil Powell as they take you on yet another podcast adventure that's guaranteed to be funny....... or not.
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This week the two moderately entertaining nerds of the Two M.E.N. Podcast talk about why they chose to get involved with theatre in the first place. Along the way you'll learn interesting facts like "What is the most awful thing that Tim's ever seen on stage?" and "What made Phil think that a monologue from Caligula was the best choice to audition at a Christian college?"
It's your favorite podcast chock full of nerds digressing about theatre and this week's game of Instant Opinion! Thanks for joining us!
This week the two moderately entertaining nerds of the Two M.E.N. Podcast talk about whether they are pro cats or pro dogs. Along they way they talk about their history with pets as well as veer off into tangents that have little to do with the subject at hand. The finer points of outhouses are discussed at length. Join them on a podcast journey that's guaranteed to be funny...... or not.
This week the two moderately entertaining nerds of the Two M.E.N. Podcast talk about their history with playing video games. From the early days of Pong and text based adventures like Zork to the cutting edge games of today, the two M.E.N. have an opinion! Join them on a podcast journey that's guaranteed to be funny...... or not.
Join the two Moderately Entertaining Nerds on another adventure that's guaranteed to be funny..... or not.
This week the boys discuss what it was like to grow up in small midwestern towns and to discover Sesame Street on TV. What follows is a lively discussion on the effect to program had when it comes to education and attitudes on race in America.