This episode was recorded the day after the legendary musician David Bowie died. I had been wanting to do an episode about him for quite some time but the tragic news of his passing impassioned me action. I felt that dedicating some time to talking about him would be a cathartic experience and hopefully help others who needed closure. Rest… Read more →
New Website A–GO–GO!!!
Guys and gals, thank you for checking out my new website! I’ve still got a lot of work to go to make it as pretty and jam-packed with goodies as possible, but feel free to check out my latest podcast episodes. There’s also a link to my Youtube channel under the video tab if you haven’t seen any of those gems yet. Have a good one, gang!
I take a trip to The Free Clinic to discuss local music, E.T. and Dungeons & Dragons with Gabe Hovey, a.k.a. The Wrap. Read more →
You didn’t ask for it but you got it! Good friend Clayton Ballet and I watched the Critters quadrilogy and painstakingly recount every detail to you. Why anyone thought it would be a good idea to make FOUR of these movies is a true testament of human willpower and stubbornness. Should they make a fifth Critters movie? Leave a comment… Read more →
I take a trip down to the annual WIDR Block Party to interview some of the local musicians and vendors. For the uninitiated, WIDR is a radio station located on Western Michigan University’s campus and they are the best at what they do. I run into old friends and make some new ones all while enjoying live music and delicious… Read more →
Greg and Cassidy Whitmer as well as Cody Fryling a.k.a. Tony Friendly drop by to talk about IMDB movie reviews and discuss the finer points of Plague Dogs. This episode could very well be titled “Drowning” as that topic comes up several times throughout the discussion. Are there any other movies with gratuitous dog drowning scenes? Let us know in… Read more →
The first ever episode of Speak for Yourself! Of course back then I was calling it Trey Fast! Trey Furious! but other than that it’s the same old podcast you’ve come to tolerate. This episode is mainly about board games and features my dear friend Jacob Ewert. What’s your favorite board game? Let me know in the comments! Read more →