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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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Mar 20, 2017

The beauty of delivering a weekly podcast from the viewpoints of two men 23 years apart in age is that you never know what you're going to get. With differing schedules and responsibilities, it's hard to find the optimum time for comedic content. Most of the time, we get lucky and it just happens. No matter what we plan, though, the podcast always just becomes what it wants to become. This one is fun and short (for us), and a little bit punchy. On a rare week where both Kurt and Joey had a lot of business to take care of, plus Joey's quick trip to visit Audrey on set in Utah, we had little time to get a timely record in. And Joey was tired! Waaah. Millennials! Ugh. But I do applaud Joey for fighting through the exhaustion and producing a fun hour of conversation for your enjoyment. This week we dabble a little on the subject of College. It was supposed to be our reaction to "March Madness". But we veered off and discussed a list of potential regrets for people when they get older. Find out what our life priorities turn out to be. And email us about your regrets or experiences you've had that you would have regretted not having.

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