In which I discuss video game consoles, my voice, and The BC-52's.
I wanted to call this episode The Beatles featuring Pitbull, but technical issues forced me to stick with my second choice.
You may hate this episode.
I'm sorry if you do. But it's the rare podcast recorded at 2.5 miles per hour. (That's 4.02336 kilometers per hour.)
A friend of mine woke up at 3am today to go running before his wife had to leave on a business trip.
That is not something I would ever do.
...in which I close the door on the beard conversation, and promise not to go out for lunch today. Unless I do.
Two times the follow-up!
Follow-up on beards AND lunches. Two for one!
Also: You get to hear the theme song backward. What a country!
I considered calling the episode Lex Do Lunch instead, but didn't, because I'm a good person.
I'm curious about what you do for lunch during the work week. Won't you tell me?
In which I discuss my current facial hair status and its origins, and briefly express my sadness over the passing of Don Pardo.
There's some follow-up, some complaining, and some nonsense. A typical episode of The Lex Friedman Show with Lex Friedman, Starring Lex Friedman.
Recorded yesterday (don't tell anyone), the Internet's own Myke Hurley joins this episode of Your Daily Lex, and the world is a better place because of it.
Man oh man, do I hate the fake encore. (Yes.)
Lex goes on tangents and/or digressions. Thanks, Jason Snell!
He is also bad at math. Lex, that is. Not Jason.
I mean, Jason might be, but Lex doesn't know whether that's the case.
I am a glasses-cleaning wizard. It wasn't always this way.
I can't explain it. But I can podcast about it.
It doesn't happen often, but when it does, I call it out.
John Siracusa is wrong about dessert pizzas.
I'm afraid Overcast might break my intro gag. That's okay.
Today, we talk about Just Dance.
I am once again joined by Liam Brandeis Friedman, my favorite three-year-old, on Your Daily Lex.
I lied to my Uber driver. In my defense, it was for a good cause.
(By which I mean: I was very tired and I'm no good at directions.)
Adam Sachs joins me for a very special episode of Your Daily Lex.
I briefly considered that my eyes were succumbing to an eye-eating amoeba. My thought process in those moments of consideration amused me. In retrospect, anyway.