UF/UF 269: Words Mean Things

If you’ve ever consciously uncoupled or have been self-partnered, well my friend you just might be an idiot. If you’ve referred to yourself or others with a pronoun besides  he/she or her/him, well you are an idiot.

We are in an epidemic people; an epidemic of asshattery on a literary scale.  Would you like to know more? Click the link and we’ll break it all down for you. But you ain’t gonna like it. The Hollywood ranks renaming shit I mean.

You’ll love the podcast, as always.

Click it.

UF/UF 269: Words Mean Things




This hottie is self-partnering.  Yes, I’d pay money to see that.

UF/UF 217: Confirmation Consternation

EDITOR’S UPDATE: At the time of the taping of UF/UF 217 the Browns and Jets were about to take the field. We discussed this at length in 91 Seconds of Sports and the 5 Questions segments. After falling behind early to the Jets, rookie Baker Mayfield entered the game for the Browns and engineered their first victory in 2 years. 

You read that right. BROWNS WIN! BROWNS WIN!

Carry on.

Liberals see doomsday on the horizon. Conservatives sense victory and possible chance to overturn Roe v Wade finally.  It’s she said/he said time in the Senate conformation hearings for Trump’s Supreme Court Nominee.

Does he get confirmed? Does she derail the Republicans march toward a conservative court for the next 40 years? Does it matter what really happened 36 years ago at a high-school party where all parties were, by their own admission, drunk as to cloud their memories?

We report you decide!

UF/UF 217: Confirmation Consternation





Is there still a seat for Kavanaugh?


“That’s my Quarterback,” Tea leaves, and prophetic political prognostication.

I’m a die-hard Cleveland Browns fan. Didn’t choose it, I just am. So, Ryan’s in Cleveland today with Condi Rice, apparently at the Cleveland Browns practice, and goes out to talk to some players. He talks to Colt McCoy, Cleveland’s back-up quarterback, thinking he was Brandon Wheeden, Cleveland’s rookie starter from Oklahoma State. Some of the other players notice the identity mix-up and start to snicker. Well, it was just one of those dumb little inconsequential things. I actually read about it from following the Browns, not politics.

However, here’s the tea leaves.  McCoy is from Texas, Bush was from Texas. Condi Rice, who happens to be a Browns fan, was the Secretary of State under the Bush administration. The Browns were recently purchased by Jimmy Haslam, from Knoxville, Tennessee, where I’m from. Jimmy Haslam’s  brother, Bill was the mayor of Knoxville and is now the Governor of Tennessee. Bill, by the way, is the “Dana Carvey” of Governors. Dana Carvey, by the way, did a magnificent George Bush impersonation. He actually impersonated both of them. Yea, I know, the connections start to creep me out after awhile.

So, what does it all mean? Nada.

Check out our Governor, Bill Haslam here. Check out some Dana Carvey presidential impersonations here.

Me and my blog partner, Fran, called Mitt for the presidential run back in about 2004, 2003, I don’t quite remember. We were broadcast partners at the McGhee Tyson NCO Academy, Satellite Program, in the United States Air Force. Honestly, and humbly, we were good at our jobs. Screw you, Joe. (Not Biden, another Joe).

Anyway, we called Mitt Romney’s presidential run. Yea, we did. You know, saying  “Hey, that Mitt Romney guy’s going to be president one of these days.” Pretty much based on the fact that we thought “Mitt Romney” had quite a ring to it, but we called it anyway.

It’s a small world.

Bill Haslam and Dana Carvey