A topic of much debate in San Diego these days is whether or not the city should build a new football stadium for the San Diego Chargers. The Charger’s owners, for their part, are threatening to take the team to L.A. What does the Brick Room think about this? We’re joined once again by Steve Hohman and we talk all about this issue in today’s podcast. We also discuss Elon Musk. Grab your beer and join us as we solve the dispute between the city of San Diego and the Chargers.
Happy Father’s Day, Brick Room Listeners. We hope you enjoyed your weekend as much as we did. This week, take a listen to a podcast we did about a year ago regarding private investigators. Then tune back in next week for all new awesome content. Tell your friends about us, then use the information from this episode to hire a private eye to follow your friends (if you’re into that sort of thing).
SPOILERS SPOILERS SPOILERS. We had so much to say about Jurassic World in our last episode that we split the conversation in two, much like a T-Rex might split a bloodsucking lawyer. Here’s part two. In this episode we get more in depth about specific plot points from the film. We also talk more about why some of us really liked the movie and why others didn’t. What did you think of the movie? Let us know in the comments and don’t forget to share The Brick Room with your friends.
SPOILERS SPOILERS SPOILERS! In today’s podcast we talk about Jurassic World. This podcast is packed with spoilers for the movie. A few weeks ago we talked about our expectations for Jurassic World based on trailers and promotional material we had seen. If you’ve heard that podcast you know our expectations were set pretty low. After seeing the movie we decided to bring back Gordy and our friend Casey to talk about what the movie was really like. Did the Brick Room predictions come true? Is the movie any good? We had a lot to say about it. So much, in fact, that we’ve split this episode into two parts. Listen to Part 1 today and come back Wednesday to hear Part 2!
The humble food truck isn’t so humble anymore. We talk about the food truck phenomenon today as well as breakfast foods and guys that exaggerate their drinking ability, toughness, and overall manliness.
If you live in San Diego and like both running and music you’re in luck. The Rock and Roll Marathon is here every year and you are their target demographic. But what if you don’t like running? No big deal, you don’t have to participate. . . or do you? Join us today as we and special guest Steve Hohman discuss the virtues of the Rock and Roll Marathon.