In this episode of Debauchery and Dragons our trio of adventurers continues their escape from their dastardly prison. They find their first signs of civilization, only to be distracted by something glittering in the woods. Listen in as they find themselves in a sticky situation, searching for inspiration, and fighting for their lives!
In this episode of Debauchery and Dragons we find our trio of adventurers running for their lives! Exiting their confines just as a red dragon crashes to the earth and battle erupts around them! Can they survive the ensuing chaos? Are they able to escape from their dark prison? Will they finally find some clothes? Listen now and find out!
In this special Blue Elephant Brigade Halloween episode, Phill and John bring you scary stories from The Elephant’s Graveyard! With stories from special guests Nate Waldren, Todd and Lisa White, and Tabitha Raye Miller! Be sure to subscribe below and don’t forget to share this hauntingly good episode!
In this episode, Phill and John discuss the Burning Man Festival with Assistant Director, Ian Winninham. Ian has been playing an active roll in Burning Man for nearly a decade now, including taking part in various build and tear down crews. Drawing on this wide ranging experience, Ian provides us with some insight into his experiences and love of Burning Man.
Florida-Man faces off against Hurricane Irma! John and Phill discuss surviving Hurricane Irma, the latest insanity from Florida Man, and if pirates have taken over a American submarine!
This week’s special guest is Veteran small business owner, certified clinical therapist, and yoga instructor Christy Aletky. She joins Phill and John to discuss EMDR (Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing), delve deep into the mind of Florida Man, talk about the effect of Hurricane Harvey on Texas, and the passing of legend Jerry Lewis!
In this episode, Josh Schwartz stops by with dirt still under his finger nails from his latest dinosaur dig! John and Phil talk about Marvel’s The Defenders. The guys dream of the day they can watch Car Jousting as an Olympic Sport. And the three of them dig into their thoughts on Valerian and the City of a Thousand Planets a bit more.
In this episode, John and Phil continue to discover that they still have a lot to learn about podcasting and that they need better video recording technology. The first official Blue Elephant Brigade Movie Rating System is created (much to their poor podcast editor’s dismay). They also discuss the joys of goat yoga, 65,000 Green Day fans singing Bohemian Rhapsody, Snakes on a Face, Valerian and the City of a Thousand Planets, Thor: Ragnarok, and interview Tabitha Ray Mill, Veteran Outreach Program Specialist.
In their first episode, John and Phil make an attempt at podcasting. They discuss Florida Man and his need to consider the weight to mass relationship between monkeys and deer. They also wonder if James Bond can really pull off a southern accent, and John admits that it takes his sexy voice to make Google Home work correctly.