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TFICast 145: The Unchanging Used Car

Jeremy and Erik drink New Glarus barley wine and discuss a local chotchkie joint called Ella’s Deli.  Jeremy marvels at how buying a used car has not changed.

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TFICast 82: Nucleon

Episode 82Jeremy and Erik drink homemade wine and submit a randomly interconnected podcast in which they talk about the Ford Nucleon, fusion vs fission, Cash for Clunkers, Fort Hood, aliens and Jesus.  Jeremy submits that perhaps we’re at the dawning of the universe and that humans are the most advanced life forms.  Then they pontificate whether or not cavemen looked at the stars and are amazed by them.  Jeremy talks about the lack of enthusiasm with moon landings.  Erik lays out a conspiracy that Disney funded the moon landings.

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TFICast 78: Garbage to the Stars

Jeremy and Erik start the podcast talking about Oscar the Grouch and his pal Slimy.  Jeremy marvels at the fact that Erik does not know who Slimy is.  Jeremy urges Erik to refer to his business as “The Shop”.  The eco-friendly future of wooden cars is discussed.  The conversation shifts to Americas declaration of war on the moon.  Topics include money, garbage, world perception and the possible damage to the moon.

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TFICast 30: Road Rage

Jeremy and Erik discuss the 30th episode, define crimping as described by the Mighty Boosh, talk about Jeremy’s car incident and then Erik’s car incident, then try to imagine what a rage-a-holic tells his co-workers after an “incident”, ponder what creates road-rage, then meander through tales of other road entanglements before they abruptly switch gears to frivolous lawsuits and then go right back to vehicular occurrences.  The whole thing is finished off with EULA’s for clothing and MP3 legality.  It’s a rager!

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TFICast 15: Gold!

goldJeremy and Erik infuse La Rossa Birra Moretti into this weeks podcast.  Then they delve into Italy, lawn mowing, interesting tattoos, crotches, gold and beans, the old west, gold prices, futures and investments.

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TFICast 14: HHO Bettah Have My Money

Episode 14

This week Jeremy and Erik talk about thier new website www.tficast.com, blogging, amassing media, the first researched topic: HHO, Dennis Klein, the economy versus water powered cars, the rail system, gas rebates, the Pope, Aquygen, charging for water, car modding, chemistry, electric cars, research as a dying activity, Rudy Rucker, Halo, potential energy, gas perceptions, M.U.L.E., inovation, PCs, MACs, computer architecture, computer/car/evolution comparison, La Rossa, yard work, grass, folk rock artists and stuff expectations.

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TFICast 9: Nacho Cleavage

Jeremy and Erik discuss kitchen furniture, the pending arrival of new podcasting equipment, new ideas, cleavage, women in power, how to address the inevatability that a guy will look at cleavage, fake boobs, race, diversity, ethnicity, taxation on cars and houses, Howard Cossell and Idiocracy.

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TFICast 8: The Too Long Episode

After finishing a six pack of Lake Louie Warped Speed Scotch Ale, Jeremy and Erik talk about Movies, google applications, the Wisconsin film festival, Nick’s Bar, how to spend time, entertainment, Star Trek, the public library, the bible, video games, gardening, memories vs television (what’s better), learning from bums in the park, high school, special interest groups, cars (gas and electricity), camping, what is a tangent and come up with two awesome quotes; “I absolutly adore being entertained” and “Does it matter and if it matters should it matter?”

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