Adventures in Irrationality
Summary: Jeremy Tobin and Eric Young have an ongoing discussion in which they covers topics such as Time Travel, Nazis, Communist, Monkeys, Soccer, Comic Books, Genitalia, Jet Packs, and much, much more. Frequently there is swearing. Sometimes there are funny articles. Often there is yelling.
In which we’re 10 years old!, and snow causes Eric’s appraiser hanging out in his house for 4 hours, we remember when silk shirts were cool, shoe horns, our parents trying to ban the Simpsons when we were kids, action figures we liked as kids, and Jeremy shares the story of how he learned what a boner is.
In which Eric doesn’t give a flying fuck, Jeremy is worried he’s boring, we give a quick break down of our typical day, and we are not looking forward to getting really old.
In which Jeremy has taken ballet lessons (sort of), Jeremy gets upset about people who have strong feelings about the days of the week, Eric is a pasty racist, we come up with a great genie wish, and make House Elves do horrible things.
In which Eric is frozen, we discuss whether zombie meat can be eaten, why zombies are so popular, when zombies became popular again, how Eric is dealing with the Polar Vortex, and the which Olympic athlete you’d want on your team during the zombie apocalypse.
In which Eric gets a new job, Jeremy doesn’t know what kind of job he wants, Jeremy’s fridge broke, and we’ve started making our own personal hygiene products.
In which we discuss Jeremy’s thoughts on Prince’s “1999”, our holiday season, exciting Christmases when we were kids, Jeremy and his wife have a last minute Santa crisis, New Years was fine, and Jeremy shares a short list of things he enjoys.
In which we present a compilation of various problems we’ve solved throughout the years, including the Middle East, sex ed, police brutality, public bathrooms, and more.
In which we discuss our thoughts on school Holiday Concerts, bible study at work, and Eric opens a gift from Jeremy.
In which we discuss what we like about the holiday season, a party we once threw, balls, claustrophobia, the lack of boredom in our lives, Eric’s sleep paralysis, and we’re still talking about the Haunting of Hill House.
In which we discuss sharing bedrooms with siblings, we finish discussing The Haunting of Hill House, whether we’ve ever been really scared, coming up with ideas for porn, our Thanksgivings, the British Baking Show, and weed dispensaries.
In which we present a compilation of various problems we've solved throughout the years including Terrorism, the Olympics, Guns and more.
In which we spend more time discussing the Haunting of Hill House, Eric gets a haircut, we finally understand what male privilege is, Jeremy ran another 5K, our high school track experiences, cross country skiing, other winter sports, and voting.
In which Jeremy is scared of the Haunting of Hill House, we discuss scary movies we watched as kids, and it turns out we’ve always been scared of horror movies, Halloween when we were kids, Halloween with our kids, and what ghosts can and can’t do.
In which we discuss our modified hygiene routines, how teachers should teach, and a new High School curriculum.
In which we discuss science and why it’s not magic, our new attitude towards life as we get older, why we’ve stopped caring what other people think about us, censorship, we decide to be more social with parents at our kids schools, awkward conversations, Eric’s Anniversary, marriage advice, and Jeremy has been rewatching Marx Brothers Movies, and he got a massage.