The intro music stinks, but the show is pretty good.
I’ve been listening to this podcast ever since they started it. I appreciate and agree with most of the opinions offered; but I can’t stand the dreadful intro music… it’s just awful; and I cringe every time I hit “play”, with my finger poised above the skip forward button so I don’t have to hear the music, or listen to Austin’s boring, repetitious opening monologue. Once they get past the intro and into the topics, it’s mostly listenable, informative, and occasionally inspired. I keep coming back for the inspired moments. I’ve criticized before in these reviews, to see if this might temper some of their opinions or improve their presentation… but I suppose that’s not gonna help them. I’ve emailed both Ted and Austin several times, and I received very cordial and considered replies to most of my correspondence. I think these exchanges may have influenced the show a little… they even mentioned my name on the show once and shared what I had to say. All in all, I think they are sincere, honorable, thoughtful men; and I value their opinions; but I think they need to polish up the presentation, and try to keep it fresh.
Joe the pool guy via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 07/23/22
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Ted Broer and his son are educated thoughtful men with a very informative show. I have learnt so much and appreciate the work they do.
Mick909 via Apple Podcasts · Australia · 11/02/19
These dudes are homophobic dweebs.
Tofu-Turkey via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 03/23/20
I listen everyday for comedic relief. You get two tools for the price of one here folks. Austin is a beta pretending to be an alpha who works for daddy. His wife looks a lot like his dear old mommy too. Lol what a joke you guys are!
jfdefjoer via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 03/12/20
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