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The History of Bad Ideas Podcast

By Jason Brigger and Jeff Nau

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Jeff, Blake and Jason talk about all things geeky on their podcast, The History of Bad Ideas, which can be found on iTunes. Whether it's rumors of the latest comic book movies, debating who really is the worst villain of all time, discussing the latest comic issues or just wondering about life in general, you are sure to have a fun time with them! In theory.

Customer Reviews


There are myriad podcasts a person can turn to if they're simply interested in entertainment news; most of which hosted by professionals. Dull, long-winded, self-important professionals.
The reason I've been listening to HOBI since the early days and continue to is because they are NOT professionals; if they were, they'd be condemned for being too crude, rude or opinionated, surely. What makes this podcast so uniquely charming is that it's just a few friends - total everyman chaps - just sitting around shooting the breeze with no real agenda or determination to accomplish something grand. It's just fun. The guys feel less like hosts and more like welcomed guests in my small library of podcasts.
The fan interaction is top notch! And that's a point I can't stress enough! It's a small podcast, and like a small town, every voice is heard. They LOVE including listener feedback in the show, BUT they are not reliant on it.
It's relaxed, it's unfiltered and best of all, it's amateur.


I think the listener feed back is the best part of the show, Doug seems to give them all of their content! Actually this has turned into a very good podcast for all levels of "Nerd-dom"


Jeff carries Jason, not literally he'd hurt himself. The level of useless information possessed by these two is mind boggling and hilarious at the same time.

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