About five years ago, a video began circulating on the internet of what appears to be a Middle Eastern man firing a gun, falling backwards from the recoil, and breaking a glass door. Then he says something that sounds like "Willy Bob". That was the only part of the video I ever saw, and was probably emailed to me at least 30 times. In honor of Throwback Friday, I was going to post that video but decided to do a little bit of research instead. I found out something about both the gun and the video. First things first, take a look at the viral video: Now, that's a pretty funny video. But it went viral based on some false... Read More
Episode 17 of the Bro Council Podcast is live! In this episode Ray and Matt Truck take some time for "Quick Hit" discussions on Wrestlemania, the Undertaker's Streak, and more. Check it out! Today's Hosts: Matt Truck - Bro Council Writer Ray Abel - Bro Council President Today's Topics: Wrestlemania The Undertaker's Streak Desean Jackson The ACM Awards (and Taylor Swift) Why you should always get your car inspected Autism Awareness Month Matt's Song of the Week (and Ray's Drink of the Week) Make sure you check out our other podcasts and subscribe to new episodes via iTunes, Feedburner, or RSS.
Episode 16 of the Bro Council Podcast is here! In this episode Ray and Matt Truck talk about March Madness and debate whether you only need to watch the last two minutes of a basketball game to enjoy it. Check it out! Today's Hosts: Matt Truck - Bro Council Writer Ray Abel - Bro Council President Today's Topics: March Madness Last two minutes of a basketball game NHL vs. NBA rules comparison Make sure you check out our other podcasts and subscribe to new episodes via iTunes, Feedburner, or RSS.
A woman I know has been engaged for 4 years to the father of her child. She is a bright, independent, professional. She spends time while at work, either talking to or going to lunch with me everyday, and keeps it from her fiancée. He and I do not work together but had crossed paths through related fields. Our relationship has been continuous for over a year and she knows I have feelings for her. She says nothing but continues the relationship. What is she doing? -Anonymous Emily's Take: She’s playing you. Here’s the first thing that I thought of - let’s say that she leaves her fiancé for you and you’re having a great... Read More
Beard Of The Month - March 2014 - Bryan Nelson Spring is starting to make it's debut and many saw our March Beard of the Month make his debut on the IFC show Whisker Wars! Meet Mr. March, Bryan Nelson! He is the president and co-founder of the Austin Facial Hair Club. Bryan and his beard return home each day to a lovely, supportive wife, Andrea, their 2 daughters, Olympia Magnificence (4) and Apollonia Revolution (2),and 2 dogs, 2 cats, 6 hens, and 1 rabbit. Bryan spends his days as a recording engineer and has done so since 1995. He has felt beyond lucky to have worked with so many amazing bands from all around the world... Read More
A little while back we sat down to talk with Garret Dutton AKA G. Love of G. Love and Special Sauce. G. talks to us about life on the road, his musical influences, and answers questions from some Bro Council readers. Check out the audio below. And check our official podcast page for links to subscribe via iTunes or RSS. You can check out G. Love at philadelphonic.com - and be sure to check the tour dates and go see a show. The band is awesome, we went to a show last week and they are definitely Bro Council, Approved. Also, if you don't like plain audio and want to see some footage of his show mixed in with the interview you can check out... Read More
A few years ago, we told you about the release of the Nike shoe that Marty McFly wore in Back To The Future: Part Two. Officially, they are known as the 2011 Nike Mags, but we like to call them the McFly's. The shoes were a limited edition of 1,500 pairs that were auctioned off on eBay with the proceeds going to The Michael J. Fox Foundation for Parkinson's disease research. Initially, the shoes started off around $10,000 per pair, but the winning bids went as high as $90,002. Normally, we would be upset that these shoes weren't made for the mass market, but donating the money to the Michael J. Fox Foundation more than made up for the fact that... Read More