Being a millennial isn’t as cool as it used to be.
That’s the tagline for my new podcast, F**k We’re Old, and pretty much sums up the reason I wanted to launch it. Getting old happens to everyone, but millennials are the first generation who can freak out about their aging in real time to billions of people.
Considering we’ve gotten used to being society’s tastemakers and cool kids for more than a decade, the fact we’re getting aged out for Gen-Zers, well, really sucks.
So each episode, my co-host Lauren and I will break down something different we’re coming to terms with as we get older: dating, careers, pop culture — and seriously, how the hell are we closer to the year 2043 than 1990?!
Mike goes coast-to-coast with old Padres Social Hour co-host Brady Phelps to take the temperature of San Diego fans on the L.A. Chargers season, the Padres tanking – um, “building” – efforts, and one of the two guys recently got a vasectomy.
She’s a veterinarian to the rich and famous. He’s a successful comedian. Together, Dr. Lisa Lippman and Richie Redding host Pets and Punchlines, the popular podcast featuring comics talking about their pets. Also, as you’ll find out: they’re “doing it.” How does one become a vet to the stars? What was it like touring with Katt Williams for 3 years? Listen and find out!
In part two of a two-part episode, sportswriter Jesse Spector chats about “sticking to sports:” why he’s so politically vocal on Twitter, if he’s afraid an outlet wouldn’t hire him because he’s so outspoken, and the double standard of certain sports media members not touching politics at all.
Plus, the Fun 5! Including: which athlete would he most want to see make a run in the WWE?