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Schmorgascast Episode 77!

This past weekend, we had our father, Greg Landon on the podcast.  In this episode, which also finished as our longest ever, we talked to him about college in the early 60’s, being drafted, moving to Alaska (and whatever broma-selzter … Continue reading

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Schmorgascast Episode #74!

In our first episode of 2014, we talk about some of the biggest stories of 2013, and give a little intro to who our first “in studio” guest will be. Then we discuss the correlation between lead and crime rate … Continue reading

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Schmorgascast Episode 71!

  Join us on your drive home with Schmorgascast Episode 71.  In this episode we discuss Toronto Mayor Ford’s follies, how the bail system works in criminal law and proposals for improvements, the Ohio Governor’s reasoning behind a stay of … Continue reading

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Schmorgascast Episode 63!

A new logo and podcast are here!  I’d pat myself on the back for the design, but let’s be honest, I’m not that talented.  Alicia Landon is to blame for this awesomeness.  In this podcast we discuss the new Nexus … Continue reading

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Schmorgascast Episode 59!

In this week’s podcast we discuss the FBI stealing your personal information from Google (watch out what you “google”…), and also how the FBI actually ran a child pornography ring in an effort to catch sex offenders.  Then we go … Continue reading

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Schmorgascast Episode 54!

In this episode, we discuss the tragic Boston Marathon Bombing, and the recent arrest of Dzhokhar Tsarnaev (which we mispronounce several times; it should be “ja-HAR”).  We go over what a Miranda warning is and when it matters.  We address … Continue reading

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How Old is Too Old to Make a Mistake?

So let me begin this by saying that this is not a confessional.  I know, it’d be great to hear a mistake story about me, but I can’t tell one.  Clearly, I’ve never made a mistake. However, I was reading … Continue reading

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