Chris rambles to himself as Steve wastes all of his money on nerd conventions in New York. Chris talks about the UFC melee, Hershey reinventing impulse buying, dips into the mailbag and talks about big Fortnite profits. This episode is sponsored by welltakethatbet.com, the best betting website in the history of the world.
Chris & Steve discuss Elon Musk stepping down as Tesla chairman, Facebook in hot water after another security breach, and MoviePass’ new play since they aren’t dead yet. Dunkin’s got a beer, IHOP’s got a beer, and Chris has some more wedding advice.
Steve & Chris discuss amusement parks, Disney’s chess game with Netflix, Coca Cola Cannabis, and Amazon Go updates. This, more, and animal products Chris would never buy.
Chris & Steve discuss Apple’s ‘meh’ updates, investing in Amazon in 1997, and the weird ideology behind Jeff Bezos’s Preschool. Also, Chris has some more wedding advice for Steve.
Steve & Chris talk about Sony’s business decision to make Spider-Man ONLY for PS4, Nike’s Colin Kaepernick ad, and rich Silicon Valley folks’ doomsday hobby. Chris has got some wedding advice, Elon Musk smoked some pot, and more!
And he’s engaged. We discuss food business headlines this week: Nestle wants our DNA, Campbell’s soup can’t handle their fresh foods business, and KFC will pay you $11k if you name your baby “Harland”. This, more, and strange products currently out in market!
Chris & Special Guest Garrett talk trade wars, Tinder U, how much Jeff Bezos makes an hour and bee robots. Also, why Presidents shouldn't be old and those gosh darn business headlines.
Steve is out of town, so our good friend Garrett "Polar Bear" Kelly fills in. Garrett and Chris talk about the black market, sweet sweet cigarettes and why Garrett's dad has FIVE kidneys. That's right, FIVE kidneys. This, more, and business headlines!
Steve & Chris analyze a study that claims cat poop parasites could give people the courage to start their own businesses....We also have updates on Chipotle, Tyson, MoviePass and Facebook. This, more and McDonald’s MacCoin!
FDA is cracking down on the use of ‘milk’, Comcast drops out of the Fox Deal, and Netflix is making some changes! Does Netflix have the potential to ever take on Disney? We talk robot bugs, robot dogs, and how 3D printed guns are a bad idea. This, more and meatloaf.
Chris never went to Blockbuster as a kid which is probably why there’s only 1 left in the US now. Steve & Chris try and see both sides of the coin when a Build-A-Bear ‘pay your age’ promo goes wrong. Also: Papa John is a dummy, Musk wants to fix Flint’s water & cocktails as big as your head!
Jeff hated the corporate world so he quit to become a truck driver and never looked back. We discuss truck life, Elon Musk submarines and where electric car batteries go when they retire. Costco food courts are going healthy and bitcoin is still dumb. This and more!
Chris & Steve discuss Starburst flavors, robots flipping through the air as stunt doubles and Google’s gaming platform. Dell is back in the public game and MoviePass needs to raise $1.2 billion. This, more and an expensive sandwich.
When ‘All-You-Can-Eat’ deals go wrong...Steve & Chris have updates on Trade Wars, Vodka Ice Pops, and Disney vs. Comcast. Also, Alexa is coming to hotel rooms so now she can spy on you there too. This and more!
Elon Musk has plans for Chicago and we are worried about it. We have updates on that whacky bitcoin, Comcast vs. Disney, and a ‘bot’ that wrote it’s own Olive Garden commercial. This, more and unlimited breadsticks.
No Steve this episode. Chris and GARRETT predict what the ‘b’ in IHOb stands for (hours before it’s confirmed as ‘burgers’). They discuss the world’s fastest computer, Chris thinks dogs eat cheesy noodles, and how the ‘gig economy’ is not on the rise. This, more, and what burns their biscuits!
We get deep discussing how Amazon should be free for everyone, Walmart changing the retail game with Jetblack texting, and companies that make millions off of chalky candy. Chris hates banana runts. This & more!
Steve & Chris discuss GDPR and how it affects our online experience. Alexa is now recording and sending convos, Facebook’s political ad policy, and Tech Billionaire Utopias. This, more, & some business advice!
We tell our Signature Room brunch tale. We also discuss Royal Wedding costs, Uber’s flying taxi plan, and apparently there’s a device that allows you to control your dreams. We don’t know how it works, but we do know people are throwing $$$ at it. This & more!