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Thinking Sideways Podcast

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Description

Devin, Joe and Steve have always been curious. Though they don’t have any formal education to guide them, they sit down every week to discuss unsolved mysteries of all kinds: weird noises, strange website and horrific suicides that look a lot like murders. They take a skeptical approach, but never discount the truly odd nature of the world.

Customer Reviews

Good topics, terrible hosts

The topics are so interesting. Exactly what I was looking for. The hosts, however, make the show utterly unlistenable. Joe apparently has Everything Figured Out before they roll tape, and spends the entire episode deriding any conversation about unknowns (spoiler alert: his theories are nonsense and could be crafted by a teenager who has read a single paragraph about the given case). Steve sounds like he has the annoying habit of loving the sound of his own voice, and therefore speaks very slowly and loudly, yet says nothing. Bad trait for a podcaster. Devin(sp?) is the only tolerable presence on the show, but it's just not enough to counteract the other two. Disappointing.

Poorly researched, disaffected hosts

Interesting subject matter in each pod however so poorly researched it's painful and a struggle to get through. Overuse of filler words and smarmy banter decrease the listener's experience. Imagine three Starbucks baristas are handed a script they care nothing about and record a podcast. This is that podcast.

Not Recommended

Being interested in the sort of topics this podcast presents, I listened to an episode. Or tried to. The sound quality is terrible. It was especially hard to hear Joe.
The hosts aren't really worth hearing anyway - Joe's constant interrupting to tell us how he has it all figured out is very distracting, as are Devon's 'funny' commentary. This would be more fun to listen to if the hosts would save their snide commentary for after they've explained the mystery at hand, or bothered to research the topic in the first place.

Thinking Sideways Podcast
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  • Category: History
  • Language: English

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