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Monthly Archives: December 2017


#205: 204 More Episodes Than We Expected

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In this episode of the UnPodcast, we wrap up our “Live From the Front Room Series” (or do we????). We talk about Scott’s UnResolutions (what? 46 5K Runs isn’t enough for you people?); why Waffle House is a real need, and not just the best food ever; IKEA wants frame DaVinci; Taylor Swift has a great idea for selling tickets, except it doesn’t work at all. All this, made-up words, a listener question and more as we get ready for 2018!

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#204: We Do What We Want

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In this episode of the UnPodcast, we’re continuing our “Live from the front room series.” We talk about popular emojis; how Facebook is really making messages better, but for real this time, they promise; how Google is helping to turn customers into advocates; Airlines pushing the creepiness envelope by using your personal information; and William Shatner being incredibly reasonable. All this, and maybe a made-up word, maybe a question… Whatever. It’s our show. We do what we want.

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#203: Streamlined Drivel

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In this episode of the UnPodcast, we’re coming to you again live from our home library. We’re back live on Facebook and talking about shots fired during our last episode; more things millennials are… wait, reviving? not killing?; expensive Squish gummies; HQ’s CEO goes a little off the rails; a woman returns a kindness to a good samaritan; a made-up word, a listener question and absolutely nothing else.

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#202: Live and Almost Interactive

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This episode of the UnPodcast, comes to you live from our Front Room. We go live on Facebook and talk about Black Friday (on)lines; why the Secret Sister Gift Exchange is STILL a scam; Thrive Themes “UnBlackFriday” sale; how and why Patagonia literally gave it all. All this and a made-up word, a listener question, and off-screen boxes.

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