We've all been guilty at some point from whining about something really dumb that people in third world countries would wish they had. In this episode we discuss first world problems and in the process probably offended Indian people. Hit play and enjoy unless you're from India, to which I say, I hope we can still be friends.
Sesame Street moves from public broadcasting to a premium pay channel. What does this mean for poor bastards like Matt and Horacio who are broke and still enjoy children's programming? Find out by hitting play on this episode. We also discuss the hat controversy in "Straight Outta Compton".
Some of you will probably need your parents permission to listen to this episode. We discuss sex education in schools or lack thereof. We talk about the birds and the bees and the flowers and the trees and Pittsburg Steelers player James Harrison taking away his kids' awards for participation. Hit play and share with your friends.
China has a new sculpture that looks awfully familiar to anyone who has been to Chicago's Millenium Park. Is it a ripoff or does the old saying "Imitation is the sincerest form of flattery" apply? Hit play, listen, enjoy, then copy (see what I did there?) and paste the link to your friends.
Listening to this episode will bring you lots of luck, or at the very least entertain you for about 15 minutes. Matt and Horacio discuss curses and superstitions they grew up with. Hit play on the episode, do you feel lucky, punk?
15 Minute Break has it's first sponsor. An over the counter cure for fussy kids.
After months and months of waiting Matt's dreams finally come true in this episode. We also discuss Jared Fogle's text that has the FBI investigating him. Hit play, enjoy and share with your friends.