Ed Baxter and Rosie Allen talk about pot smokers going back to the black market to not have to pay taxes.
John Rothmann on how it is not just naked photos that appear out of the cloud that we should be thinking about! What ever we post takes on a life of its own, that may come back to haunt us.
Ed Baxter says the FBI and Apple are trying to find out how the nude pictures got hacked. He also says private information can’t be guaranteed to be safe on those sharing sites.
Ed Baxter and Rosie Allen talk about a new poll says that we are working more and more. 48 to 60 hour work weeks are becoming the norm.
Ed Baxter and Rosie Allen discuss all the new TV shows and that people are having to binge watch to catch up. Is this a good thing or not?
Ed Baxter and Rosie Allen discuss Online Accessories threat to fine you for making a bad review. They say they will take you to collections.
Ed Baxter asks what Burial Life Insurance is? Is it life insurance or death insurance? What is auto insurance? Is health insurance actually sickness insurance?
Ed Baxter discusses the social media buzz after Sophia Vergara got up on a pedestal and was turned around in a circle. The question was whether she was objectified.
Ed Baxter and Rosie Allen discuss pediatricians saying that school should start later for kids. They say kids are not getting enough sleep.
Ed Baxter details an altercation over the use of the Knee Defender. A man says he didn’t want his laptop crushed. Also, Howard Stern Ice Challenges Casey Kasem.
Ed Baxter asks who is the biggest idiot: the aggressive fast driver or the driver who drives 65 in the fast lane and won’t move over?
Open Table just gets you a restaurant reservation. Now offering some competition are a group of “pre-paid” reservation services that guarantee you a seat and desired time but you pay in advance; it’s like buying a ticket to play.
Stan Burford on new legislation that will allow dogs into patios and decks of restaurants in CA starting 1/1/15.
Ed Baxter and Rosie Allen discuss whether the paparazzi should be using drones. Technology infringing on our privacy.
Ed Baxter and Rosie Allen discuss how much it costs these days to raise kids. Costs to raise kids are really going up.
Ed Baxter and Rosie Allen talks about an app that helps a parent lock a kid’s phone if they won’t answer. Ignore no more. Plus, a woman jumps into a giraffe cage.
Ed Baxter and Rosie Allen talk about rewarding Los Angeles voters with a lottery potential of winning a prize.
Ed Baxter details the Friends of Faith Breast Cancer Challenge. Ed talks about Rosie Allen’s involvement and how you can walk and fight Breast Cancer.
Rosie Allen and Ed Baxter discuss Whole Foods selling rabbit meat. Also talk about feeding shark meat to homeless people.
Siri tells a man where to murder a victim. Ed Baxter and Rosie Allen talks about Siri having to change some policy on advice.
Ed Baxter tries to make sense of some strange stories. Selfie on a cliff, hidden World War II treasure found, woman hides tens of thousands of dollars in her bra and girdle.
Ed Baxter discusses the trend of getting cosmetic surgery to look good in selfies. Camera angles in taking selfies is better than surgical photoshop.
Ed Baxter and Rosie Allen share a survey about how much TV Americans are watching. There are more cable shows that are grabbing our attention. Almost five hours a day watching TV.
Ed Baxter and Rosie Allen talk about Facebook taking control of information in its new mobile app. Privacy and Facebook.
Lloyd Lindsay Young talks about his career and why he is happy to be in The Talk Pod.
Ed Baxter and Rosie Allen discuss Dakota Johnson in Fifty Shades of Grey not wanting her parents Don Johnson and Melanie Griffith to see the movie. Toddler breaks White House Security, marry your brother, fake smile.
Stan Burford tries to explain why he is in The Talk Pod.
John Rothmann shares his view of what he wants to do in The Talk Pod.
Ed Baxter and Rosie Allen discuss Fremont’s plan to introduce a college textbook teaching sex education to ninth graders. Some of the material is said to be almost pornographic.
Ed Baxter contends that with some new technology it may be safer to put your hand on your mobile device than to go hands free.
John Rothmann discusses a court decision regarding admitting privileges for abortions in Alabama.
Ed Baxter discusses new loans that are being written that go outside the bounds learned in the Great Recession. Impac Mortgage is offering loans that even many consumer advocates like and don’t consider junk loans.
Do schools actually teach anymore? Barbara Simpson goes through some rules all students should know before graduating high school.
Ed Baxter and Rosie Allen talk about the man who urinated on the grave of Art Modell. Also the woman who claims she was molested when she fell asleep on an airplane.
Ed Baxter talks about The Talk Pod Mission and how to navigate the site. Welcome to The Talk Pod.
Stan Burford in “Thinking Without Borders” talks about all the borders in which we live. Burford says we don’t have to think that way. Thinking outside the borders.
Ed Baxter tries to make sense of Larry King’s surprise at Anna Paquin saying she can be bisexual and monogamous.
Barbara Simpson talks about several airlines looking at taking out seats and have you fly standing.
Ed Baxter details nonsense stories from Bieber and Bloom, lighting oneself on fire, man who puts his hand down sleeping woman panties on airplane, and Monster Hamburger plate.
Stan Burford “thinking without borders” looks at Carlos Slim”s idea of a three day work week of 11 hours a day. Netherlands has a 29 hour work week and could squeeze more people into the workforce.
The President does fist bumps rather than shaking hands. Ed Baxter and Rosie Allen look at health and handshaking.
John Rothmann discusses San Francisco’s dilemma of creating affordable housing and keeping the neighborhoods.
Ed Baxter and Rosie Allen discuss the parents who let their toddler poop on a newspaper in a plane. Delta Airlines is trying to sort out the mess.
John Rothmann discusses a San Francisco judge who feels that firing squads are more humane than lethal injection.
Barbara Simpson says those people who discount the spirit of the West are tragically mistaken. The morals and values should be envied.
Ed Baxter and Rosie Allen discuss the 80 year-old man who shot and killed a burglar who was fleeing from his home. What are the rights of home owners?
John Rothmann says three recent botched death penalty tries should renew the debate over the death penalty.
Ed Baxter and Rosie Allen talk about the CDC saying we need seven hours sleep. The also talk about the one-piece swim suit coming back.
Ed Baxter tries to make sense of Tony Dungy saying he wouldn’t draft gay football player Michael Sam.
Ed Baxter and Rosie Allen discuss the teenager taking a smiling selfie at the Auschwitz concentration camp.