Saturday, December 31, 2016
Can't Afford to Lose a Single Confessor . . .
. . . so have the very safest of Happy New Years.
I've got a topic list of articles to get to, trying to figure out which ones engage me and might engage you.
Well, after a couple of weeks, what do we think about the DryDock offerings? The Shake Joint is pretty much a known quantity by this time and Jake and Sean are pretty polished content providers. In general, I thought it was very good with a few fairly insignificant lapses that I chalk up to differences in taste (mine and theirs) rather than any real deficiencies. Pretty nice little show they've got.
I really liked Jake and David Newbury on the Cowboys pregame, and I think we'll have them again tomorrow morning, although there seems to be some speculation that Jake might struggle for a timely arrival.
The wild card of the shows was Not a Podcast, their first lengthy stretch that I can recall, given the very plum PM Drive assignment, prime placement, long shows. There seems to be two schools of thought on the show and hosts. What do you all think? Particulars, please, and keep it civil. Want to hear from those who liked it, not just those who didn't.
Thanks for reading this year. Back soon.