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Road Work
America's top two podcast personalities are finally coming together in one podcasting event that will change the way you think about podcasting forever! Like a rock skipping over the placid waters of an alpine lake, Dan and John are all too well aware that this burst of kinetic energy will ultimately deposit them, like all human effort, at rest in the icy depths where no light can penetrate. Until then, they mean to thrill to the chase! To soak up the remaining light and banish thoughts of tomorrow! EXCELSIOR! Please support this show on...
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4.8 stars from 281 ratings
This is an interesting podacast - John usually tells stories of some kind on his other shows, but this podcast is where he discusses what is going on in his life with Dan. Dan is good host for the podcast, and takes a while to get a bead on him - he is not what you might imagine at first glance -...Read full review »
Javbw via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 01/07/20
Running out of material
I listened from Day One up until the one when Dan was whining about not getting paid enough. Just imagine how that sounds to someone who works for a living.
NotJota via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 07/31/19
Just the best.
Road Work is, without a doubt, my favoite podcast. There is nothing better than sitting with a hot cup of coffee and listening to Dan and John talk about any subject. 5 stars.
MaxwellJohn39 via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 04/10/19
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