Episode 32: Tim and his lovely wife move into his new place, leading Tim to realize just how much stuff he has. So he decides to get rid of even more after his move, mainly old sporting equipment he's too afraid to use lest he destroy his apartment and go to prison for life. ~ For more, visit timdrugan.com.
Episode 31: Tim plays recordings of Best Man and Maid of Honor speeches from weddings he has attended (Tim has attended lots and lots of weddings, for Tim has lots and lots of friends). In playing such recordings, Tim hopes his listeners will gain insight into what works and what doesn't when they are writing their own speeches. ~ For more, visit timdrugan.com.
Episode 29: Tim recently read an article and heard an interview about the longest-lived people and their dispositions. Turns out, to live a long time you have to be laid back, you've got to not let anything get to you. Unfortunately for Tim, everything gets to him. ~ For more, visit timdrugan.com.
Episode 28: Tim talks about realizing he might not be a smart man, due to not being able to find the deeper meaning in classic literature. I mean, why don't you just say what you need to say? Don't go hiding it under layers and layers of metaphor! ~ For more, visit timdrugan.com.
Episode 27: Tim talks about how he's better than everyone else now that he has read all of the Lord of the Ring's books by J.R.R. Tolkein. He does, however, have some critiques on both the novels and the movies, mainly regarding Frodo Baggins and what a terrible character he is. ~ For more, visit timdrugan.com.
Episode 25: On looking for a new place to live, Tim and his wife face the decision whether to rent or buy a house (or townhome, or apartment, or condo). But it's not really a decision, is it? After all, if you don't have the money to buy a house, you can't buy a house. And if you don't have the emotional maturity to buy a house, you probably shouldn't buy a house. No need to spend a ridiculous amount of time tinkering with Rent Vs Buy calculators...
Episode 24: Tim talks about shopping for a car and making a fool of himself at the car dealership in the finance office. Then, Fredrick gets a rude awakening when he begins shopping for a private jet so people will forget how short he is. ~ So why was he in the market for a private jet? Because it was growing rather tiresome having to tell people that though he had walked to dinner, he could have taken a private jet. “Yeah, from my penthouse, I walked here...