We are back again! This time we review TWO beers and talk about our interest in games and gaming. And wait as you can actually hear the pain in our voices as we try to tell you about a beer that not even its mother could love.[audio http://traffic.libsyn.com/thegrowlers/The_Growlers_1.4_The_One_with_the_Awful_Beer.m4a ]
I would like to say we should fire our producer for not posting that Episode 1.3 has been uploaded for two weeks. However i am the producer and therefore none would ever get uploaded if I was fired.
So here it is, Episode 1.3: The One About Unions.
John And Gene discuss unions and their purpose in a 21st century world. Southhampton Double White is the beer reviewed. Of course they get off track once or twice. Come join them and as always have a cold one ready!
Episode 1.2 is in the can and uploaded! In this episode we struggle to figure out the problems in America and start with income inequality. This time we also have our beer and its a good one – Dogfish Head’s Palo Santo Maron. So grab a cold one and imbibe in a little Growlers!
Our first, no second, well first official podcast is here!
We recorded it a month ago, but did not have beer present in both of houses. Then John had to go and give up beer for Lent. Then I got busy. Yeah, Yeah, life goes on.
So here it is. Episode 1.0 The One Without Beer.
It’s about education, so it probably should not have beer anyway.
Gene and I worked on Episode 2 of our podcast yesterday. I really hope it can measure up to the sheer genius of most sequels (e.g., Breakin’ 2: Electric Boogaloo).
We discussed education generally, purposely avoiding the each other’s sore points. For me, that’d be teachers union’s influence. For Gene, I’m fairly certain that’d be a combination of corporate influence and constrictive, unnecessary curriculum and work rules. But Gene can speak for himself, as those of you who know him can surely attest.
We intended Episode 2 to be a “30,000 foot view” of our thoughts on education. What makes a good education? What does the perfect school look like? What’s the most important thing to teach? Why do we provide public education the way we do? If you were starting from scratch, how would you change public education?
Hopefully, our answers will make each of you think about education in a different way. That is, once Gene gets the podcast done.