Now that the 10th episode has come and gone, the agreeing loudly crew soldiers forth and tries to find meaning in the podcast’s continued existence.
This week Troy goes on a lengthy monologue of what he thinks the attacks in Paris mean for America’s foreign policy future and makes an ill-fated attempt at a Simpson segue. Jered pops the culture with a discussion on the popularity of video games among adults and what this means for the future of gaming. Pat bookends things with discussions on the top millennial brands and the ups and downs of the Minnesota sports scene.
Will Troy set the record for longest monologue in podcast history? Will Pat be able to stay awake long enough to make it through this week’s episode? Also, where the hell is Bill?
For answers to these questions and more listen this week’s episode of Agreeing Loudly Coast to Coast!
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Millennial Musings: Top 200 Millennial Brands 3:05-7:50
Political Parrots: Paris and the Future of American Foreign Policy 8:00-30:10
Pop Goes the Culture: The Popularity of Video Games with Adults 30:15-47:00
Sports Round Up: Vikings and Wild Are Getting it Done 47:05-1:01:40
News From the Front: Live from New York 1:01:45-1:04:00
Where to Find Us/Outro 1:04:00-1:06:39