Solving Everything

Hosted ByKris Adams, Dan Higgs, Andy Nath

We dive deep, get ridiculous, and seek for that connective tissue in entertainment, sports, philosophy, music, and our own histories. Plus original songs and stories.

19. Appetite for Corruption

In this episode after a brief Higgs/Nath basketball chat, we stroll down memory lane, exploring self-created nicknames and Vegas, where Iowa boys aim and fail to get corrupted by a car full of babes. Then we discuss the innocence of 3 channel TV in the 70’s and how we first got exposure to explicit comedy. 2 Live Crew corrupts our earholes, we discover Appetite for Destruction and cassette tapes rated E, then Andy commemorates Milli Vanilli with soaring renditions of their hits. We discuss the age old question: why don’t we get what our kids are into? And the classic question: are video games corrupting our kids? Then Koji Kondo, Mario theme songs, and early Nintendo and arcade games. Part 1 of 2.

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