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Dudes of Future/Past

Never has a podcast had more fun analyzing the likes and differences of Millennials and Generation X. Comedians Kurt Long and Joey Bragg build bridges between generations using laughter, wit, understanding and nonsense. Joey's youthful exuberance, humor and determination are a great contrast to the more experienced Kurt's cautious skepticism and sarcasm. Together they dissect topics of the day from the perspectives of two entertainment industry professionals separated by 20+ years while providing plenty of laughs and insight. Neither claim to be experts or take themselves too seriously, so their conversations are always hilarious, cutting, and unique.
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Sep 19, 2016

When Nirvana released it's now history making album, Nevermind on Sept 24, 1991, one of your hosts was 18 years old. He was fresh out of high school, entering the unknown world of the big city of Boston and college life in general. Your other host was 5 years from being born. We talk about the album and what made it so important, where music was at when it arrived and where it is now.

With all the feelings that 'Nevermind' evoked, one of them was definitely one of anti-establishmentism. And that's also what we discuss on this episode. Joey's recent disillusionment with an entertainer sparks a discussion on activism, complacency and the areas in between. And we discuss whether or not "plane crash" is the preferred method of dying if you had a choice. It's a weird one. But great. You know? Enjoy

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