In this installment of steal-your-dad’s-phone and record an inspirational velfie (video-selfie), AT provides some words of wisdom on how to be good. Give it a listen and do some learning. It’s really not that hard, plus you’ll be a gooder person for it.
This week’s episode (as opposed to the last episode which occurred close to 15 weeks ago) covers some pretty neat and highly deep topics like: early childhood education, the Japanese language immersion project, Soccer (Fùtbol Kindergartneränø), and other amazingly interesting topics for you. Thanks for listening to our podcast and we hope you enjoy (nnnñññññññññyoy) it!!
— James Taylor (@kungfoolery) October 8, 2015
Our 11th Rockstar Podcast is in honor of the Grateful Dead’s “last shows” this coming weekend in Chicago. Though really, are these their last shows? Weren’t the Stones saying that 20 years ago?? And like any good Dead song, it goes on and on and there is neither a “hook”, a bridge, or discernible point, and with any luck, afterwards you’ll remember none of it. It is one long glorious rambling rose – please enjoy responsibly.
— James Taylor (@kungfoolery) July 1, 2015
Grateful Dead, “Ramble On Rose” – Just before Jerry died.
Rich Stadium Orchard Park NY – 6/26/1994
After a brief hiatus of 6 months — taken as the on-air partners worked through both contractual and creative differences/mental sabbatical; RockSta®: the Podcast ©™ — is “back and better than ever imagined before”©!
On this return episode we tackle everything in 10 minutes from hard hitting local issues like the deep-bore(ing) tunnel/Big Bertha, to the holiday classic movie, Home Alone. We also introduced our new contributor; the strong/silent, Fini© – all the way from Denmark!©. We hope you enjoy! Happy Holidays!
— James Taylor (@kungfoolery) December 21, 2014
I think this is getting a bit ridiculous. Please someone correct me if my assumptions are way off, but I thought the obsession over boys or a boy in particular might not happen until her early teen years. It’s happening now in preschool!
I always assumed that with our advancing modernity we could expect our kids to experiment with drugs earlier. However, the trend is actually going the opposite direction according to recent annual reports by the NIH – which shows kids are waiting longer to experiment with hard drugs and protecting their little underdeveloped brains to focus more clearly on boy obsession!!!!???!! I’m having a hard time deciding whether I’d prefer she started on bath salts earlier.