When was the last time you cleaned off the elevator buttons where you work? Riiiight. But Tom Davis is cut from a different, hypo-allergenic cloth.
The boys have the list of the saddest cities in the country. TRAFFIC NOTE: This audio trip around the country takes a few detours. Tom trashes
Tom admits there's something about a funeral that appeals to him. Paul wants to know if Funeral Fights are as common in real life as they are on
Tom is a car guy without a car. Or at least, the RIGHT car. He wants to spend money he doesn't have on a car he can't afford. It may be ironic that
It's The Vasectomy Monologues, Part Two. Tom pops some pills, drops some trou, and stops some swelling...eventually. RANDOM QUOTES: "I got
It's been a really, really messed up week. Paul is sore because of a half marathon. He explains the race's two big surprises. Meanwhile, Tom is
Tom thinks Paul is hiding himself from himself, and so maybe his life is just a little too easy. Paul quotes Paul Simon and does Dylan. Tom thinks he
Paul has stuffed his own fruit before, but Tom won't clip his own cocker. And when did Tom get older than Paul? And (thanks to the Good Feet Store)
Here's the thing: Tom finds himself hiding from people. In the bathroom, or in the elevator, small talk looms large. But he will still go with Paul.
Tom learned about the 60's & 70's at an Oldies radio station. Paul learned DURING the 60's & 70s. Together, they Sing Off one of your 60's
Paul & Tom protest protestors, and Occupy Your Ears with Fast & Furious talk about Paul's gimpy foot, Tom's emo jeans, and Don Lapre's Tiny Classified
The last thing Tom wants to hear about is Paul's upcoming trip to the podiatrist. It triggers the whole thing with the... feet, which is never far