Talking in Circles

Talking In Circles – Episode 14 – Vladimir Poopin

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Well the topics for this week’s show really run the gamut from discussion of religion and philosophy to good old fashioned potty humor Greg is full of stories and we are all are full of questions and answers as we play a modified version of 20 Questions. We also get into what we have been up to lately including the dangers of buying a new car, Kevin Costner’s attempt to turn around the Cleveland Browns, and awkward coffee shop encounters.

 

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24 Comments

  1. Funny story. When I read the title I didn’t even fully catch it. My brain just put in Putin. Now I can’t stop laughing at the word play. Regarding Greg’s question as a person who has been a waiter I can admit to doing something similar to that situation. Sometimes, especially on slower nights and long, your brain goes on cruise control and you don’t even realize who you are looking. Had someone complain one time, and I talked to a few of my friends who have done the same thing.

    1. I can see that. At the time though, I am relaxing and not working. So, you kind of forget that people are just like, get me through this day I want to be done. So, that is a great way to look at it. Thanks, for your answer Justin!

      1. When I was at a restaurant one a waitress once said the way I ordered my meal was too pushy and I wasn’t respecting her because she was a waitress. I thought she was joking so I laughed but she was not joking

        1. Ouch haha some people are too sensitive tho. But I once ordered food at burger king and the lady asked me a question and I replied “yes sir”. It just slipped out for some reason. And i felt too awkward to correct it so I thought maybe she didn’t catch it because it was quick and mashed into one word like “yessir” but I still think she must have. I felt like a giant ass lol

        1. I always feel for the waitstaff when they have to deal with the douchey customers. I want to be like it’s okay everyone in here can see that customer is a jerk, we are with ya man!

  2. Funny story. When I read the title I didn’t even fully catch it. My brain just put in Putin. Now I can’t stop laughing at the word play. Regarding Greg’s question as a person who has been a waiter I can admit to doing something similar to that situation. Sometimes, especially on slower nights and long shifts, your brain goes on cruise control and you don’t even realize who you are looking at. Had someone complain one time, and I talked to a few of my friends who have done the same thing.

  3. I was a little confused regarding what you guys were doing at first but in the end I found greatly funny. I am glad I was not eating while hearing Greg’s hot wing story. I could feel your pain. Been there man. I have been there.

  4. Looking forward to next week to hear your Top 5 comic stories. Couldn’t imagine trying to do that myself. Way too much to choose from.
    Also if someone said Yolo after landing on the moon they should be left there lol.

    1. It is very hard. I’m getting the feeling if I had to do it again next month my list would be different lol

      1. Looking forward to it. I tried it once as well. It lead to a lot of crying and hair pulling. In the end nothing got accomplished.

        1. Haha no crying yet. I feel like I have to go back and read everything real quick again to make up my mind but I can’t so I’m just calling it an ever-dynamic list lol

          1. I’ve done my previous a long time ag0: 1. Dark Phoenix 2.. Watchmen 3. Sandman 4. Craven’s Last Hunter 5. Daredevil: Born Again

          2. Nice! I do like number 1 and 4. I was never too much into daredevil but I do kinda want to check that one out at some point

  5. I find it interesting that the guy from Duck Dynasty would say something like, “If you don’t like what we do change the channel”. I agree with that of course, but that is also coming from the same type of people who would try to force other shows off the air when they feel they are immoral, or cry for censorship. Not to mention the more important telling people who they don’t know who they can or cannot marry. I agree that type of hypocrisy is everywhere and like you guys pointed out anyone forcing their beliefs is wrong; just those words from the Duck Dynasty guy strike me as ironic.

      1. I have never watched an episode of DD to be fair. With that said, when you say African Americans were better off during segregation in an interview I question your hold on reality. I’m not saying that show should be off the air or anything. That to me is just as ridiculous. We should just make a rule to not interview Reality TV shows about anything important.

        1. He didn’t really say that tho. He said he didn’t witness any mistreatment where he grew up because he worked alongside some african americans when he was young. Of course the goings-on throughout the rest of the south are undeniable. But yes I totally agree because interviews are a slippery slope. The people giving them and reporting them often twist them to sound the way they want. Unfortunately it happens on both sides of many issues.

          1. You are forgetting some key comments there like, “I never, with my eyes, saw the mistreatment of any black person”.

            I’m sorry if you were living in the south during that time period and didn’t see mistreatment it’s because you choose not to see it. Segregation is right in front of you and you don’t consider that mistreatment?

            Also the killer “Pre-entitlement, pre-welfare, you say: Were they happy? They were godly; they were happy; no one was singing
            the blues”.

            The Pre-entitlement, pre-welfare comments say a lot of the way he views African Americans. Maybe I’ll give him the benefit of the doubt and say he’s not racist, then he is truly ignorant. Which may be worse.

            Now with that said I also have an issue with A&E and their reaction afterwards. They knew who they were hiring and what they were like, so to act shocked was bogus. It was clearly a COA moment.

            We both agree though, don’t interview reality stars. I don’t care what some hicks viewpoint on the world is, nor do I care how Snooki thinks we can fix the economic crisis.

          2. Very true. He certainly made some controversial statements but it’s his opinion I don’t worry about it too much. Everyone’s got opinions but I absolutely abhor how the media feels the need to propagate these types of topics and questions. They ask loaded questions and thrust answers into the spotlight like that for everyone to criticize. There’s not one person on this planet that could say everyone agrees with them on something. There’s too much diversity. They spot the obvious ones and they take advantage of it. To capitalize on that for a “scoop” or whatever is quite sad and that’s why I hate the media for the most part. People will say crazy stuff but the media sort of puts these people in those situations.

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