Elizabeth Kate shares with our listeners where and how to enjoy what Mexico (Baja California) has to offer to wine and adventure lovers.
Wine and spirits expert Elizabeth Kate introduces The Talk Pod listeners to the “Stars of Pinot.”
Ed Baxter and Rosie Allen talk about new research saying men and women react differently to marital infidelity.
Ed Baxter and Rosie Allen disagree about a women’s bathroom prank at the Purple Cow in Texas. Rosie says it’s sexist, Ed thinks it’s just fun.
Dan Ashley says he has become very dependent on his new iPhone. Is this a real addiction?
Dan Ashley says Sony buckled under pressure to first pull The Interview and then released it to make bundles of money. Ashley says the publicity was a money move.
A ‘general’ look back as we end 2014. A look more at Life than Time. Stan Burford hosts.
Ed Baxter and Rosie Allen talk about an 84 year old man who wants to have relations with two 17 year old twin sisters.
Ed Baxter and Rosie Allen talk about the new trend of mainly young people smoking e cigarettes and the fact that they may be worse for them than the real deal.
Stan Burford on boarding your dogs while on vacation.
John Rothmann discusses the Supreme Court taking on a case involving Facebook posts and free speech.
After the Oakland Raiders 52-0 loss against the Rams, John Rothmann looks at losing in general, what it means, and the lessons one can take from defeat.
Ed Baxter and Rosie Allen discuss the dress code being set by England’s Royal Family when they visit. They want the media all gussied up.
Ed Baxter and Rosie Allen discuss a British hotel that is charging guests $150 for writing a bad review.
Ed Baxter and Rosie Allen discuss the fact that over the year, women pay more for the same basic products that men buy.
Ed Baxter and Rosie Allen talk about Kim Kardasian posing literally butt naked and the trend toward women wanted to augment the appearance of their rear ends.
Ed Baxter and Rosie Allen talk about Thanksgiving being the largest cyber shopping day of the year … bigger than cyber Monday.
Ed Baxter and Rosie Allen talk about a program that lets five people lease an SUV in which to commute.
Ed Baxter and Rosie Allen disagree about whether we should stay on standard time or go to year round Daylight Savings Time.
Celeste Perry on Halloween and how sexy is the new scary.
Lloyd Lindsay Young asks why school buses don’t have safety belts and how we can improve safety for children.
Ed Baxter and Rosie Allen talk about the cosmetic surgery work Renee Zellwegger has had. Did she intend to look like a different person?
Stan Burford asks if the reporting of news is really “news” and does it really require our attention.
Celeste Perry takes us on a magical tour of what it’s like to find the perfect dentist. Are tiny hands the answer? And then a look at rings around the neck.
John Rothmann’s commentary on the end of the Bay Guardian newspaper. The demise is sad but the rise of new platforms like the Talk Pod are good news.
Ed Baxter and Rosie Allen discuss a new case of hazing for a high school sports program. Hazing is part of a lot of organizations in our society. What should be done?
Ed Baxter says Jennifer Lawrence has spoken out on her hacked nude pictures. She says anybody who looks at them is a sex offender and that her boyfriend would have looked at porn if she hadn’t sent them.
Ed Baxter talks about taking labels out of society. Raven Simone talks with Oprah Winfrey about not wanting to be labeled “gay” or “African American”. She says she wants to be known as an American.
Ed Baxter and Rosie Allen talk about what the FDA has said about claims that Caffeine infused pants can cut cellulite. Should an award go back to the buyers?
Celeste Perry’s friend Steve moved to Texas. Celeste needs to know – why Texas?
Ed Baxter and Rosie Allen talk about the study done in England that says half of women have somebody they would go to if their husband doesn’t work out.
Dan Ashley remembers the beginnings of the free speech movement at UC Berkeley. Ashley ties that to our free society today and our right as Americans to speak your mind.
Ed Baxter tries to make sense of whether this is a very worthy challenge like the Ice Bucket, or a cheap sophomoric publicity stunt.
Ed Baxter and Rosie Allen take a different view on Facebook ads. Rosie says they are distracting and shouldn’t be there. Ed says it’s all part of the Facebook biz model.
John Rothmann quotes a survey that says half of women have a back up plan for their husband.
Barbara Simpson talks about ranching, an industry that’s part of America’s heritage, and asks why so many are trying to destroy it.
Stan Burford asks if anybody controls the World Wide Web.
Stan Burford reacts to Ed and Rosie’s discussion on What Age To Die.
Stan Burford talks about how years ago it was called New Math. Today it’s called Common Core. What is it? And why are parents and teachers so upset?
Ed Baxter and Rosie Allen discuss a man’s request not to live past 75 years. When do we outlive our desire to live and what should be done.
Ed Baxter and Rosie Allen talk about divorce in the Honey Boo Boo family. Reality television at its most unreal.
Ed Baxter and Rosie Allen discuss Netropolitan, an online Country Club. Like-minded individuals with more money than time.
Ed Baxter and Rosie Allen discuss a girl who wears a t-shirt that says she is a virgin to school. China judge awards a woman $5,000 for her loss of virginity.
Ed Baxter says he thinks the Miss America pageant has become fun again. It is more than just bust lines and at measurements. Miss New York performed with a red plastic cup to Pharell Williams Happy.
Ed Baxter and Rosie Allen discuss whether parents should be held responsible for the illegal acts of their young children.
Ed Baxter and Rosie Allen discuss a school that wouldn’t let a child put Chapstick on her lips.
Rosie Allen says bloggers are blowing up the story regarding the owner of the Atlanta Hawks. She says his emails were not racist.
Ed Baxter and Rosie Allen talk about the laws regarding pot and catching up on the workplace. Federal and State pot laws are not the same.
Comparing 1910 vs. 2014, life in the US doesn’t seem as crazy as many think. Stan Burford says perspective is a good thing.
Barbara Simpson reflects on Joan Rivers and her contributions to the world of comedy and add a summary of her life and bravery and notes that she will be missed.