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.
- attempting to fix a friend's Mac
- failing to fix a friend's Mac
- unintentional vanity Googling
- True Detective
- couches that are too freaking comfortable
On episode #128 of Your Daily Lex, I discuss many things. Among them: The downside of the pool heater, and the luxury of Kindles and iPads.
We went to Long Beach Island with another couple. And I went either with an empty stomach or a full one. It's a mystery!
I had an unusual Uber experience.
There are two topics today: "Weird Al" Yankovic's new album, and gray hair.
Sometimes, the fates smile upon you. And/or, the TSA misroutes you for some reason.
I asked a question at a restaurant today. That was my first mistake. Sadly, it was not my last.
Hey, it's episode 123! Fun!
There's one expensive downside to my job.
My pool is heated by the power of the sun. And there's some futility involved.
I forgot to mention that this episode is sponsored by Adam Sachs, whom you should follow on Twitter.
I am not a vegetarian. I don't even play one on TV. But I get it. Sort of.
I have a significant first world problem. And muscle soreness. It's been a rough couple of days, folks.
Here's what I think about when the airplane hits severe turbulence.
I lost the first take of today's episode. First time that ever happened.
In the third and final installment of the Lex's Kids Visit The Show series, meet my eldest—Anya Haley Friedman.
I'm sorry; I couldn't help myself. But Sierra is pretty cute, too.
I am joined on today's episode of Your Daily Lex by Liam Brandeis Friedman, my three-year-old son. He does not understand what podcasts are. Yet.
I've known Julian Velard for more than twenty years. His new album, If You Don't Like It, You Can Leave, is out today.
Julian joins me on today's episode of Your Daily Lex. He wasn't awake yet, though.
And don't ask me to call it football, either.
Holy Moses! It's a special weekend edition of Your Daily Lex! That's unheard of!
And besides being unusual as the first-ever weekend episode of this podcast, it's also unique in being an open letter to someone. Specifically, the Internet's own Myke Hurley.