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  • 163414
  • 2021-06-23 13:20:19EDT
  • Phil with a Ph
  • Nice show guys, I like that you saved the video game talk for the last part of the show. I enjoy listening to you guys talk about travel, it always motivates me to go somewhere, I'm still amazed that Jordan hasn't been west of the Mississippi river. It's good to know Patti is safe and doing well owning a 2nd home in Wisconsin, so it got me thinking, since Jordan's never been west the Mississippi River and Patti has a 2nd home in Wisconsin, it would be a nice gesture if Patti offered up her home in Huntington Beach to Jordan when Patti is in Wisconsin, I think it would be a safe bet that Jordan wouldn't take Patti up on her offer since it took Jordan 3 days of putting on his swimming trucks before he finally went in the pool. Have a great week guys, I'm really enjoying the Sunday shows, it's a great way to start my week.
  • 163413
  • 2021-06-20 20:11:29EDT
  • Linda from Pico
  • Thanks guys for the informative segment, “Tech Time with Tawrence” very informative and much appreciated. Forgot to mention my daughter edits articles and ESPN segments. No video editing but advice was very helpful nonetheless. It was great hearing all of you together in one room., Ryan included. Keep it up. Thanks again for all you guys do.
  • 163412
  • 2021-06-20 15:09:03EDT
  • Phil with a Ph
  • I like the way you guys think about cars; what I do is buy a brand new really good quality car and then I keep it for 20 years. I've only bought 2 cars my whole life, I bought one in 1983 and then another one in 2003 in 2 more years I plan on buying a new car. Meanwhile, with all the money I save from NOT buying a new car every 7 or 8 years I'm able to travel and then when I'm ready to buy a new car, I'm able to pay off the car without having a car payment. Jordan, you don't have to go all the way Vegan, just cut down your meat eating, I went from eating meat 7 days a week for dinner to 2 or 3 days a week, in the end it makes a big difference towards eating healthier.
  • 163411
  • 2021-06-15 18:51:15EDT
  • Richard in Redlands
  • Great to hear from Patti HB/LB. Have not heard from either of the Roberts in a long time.
  • 163410
  • 2021-06-15 18:40:50EDT
  • RICHARD IN REDLANDS
  • that is funny about you car inspection, here they really do give a shit about lights, brakes, windows and other "SAFETY" items when we have the car "SMOGGED". But if you change something that's not "stock" and approved by CARRB they will make your life MISSARBLE. My Mustang has a few MODS, I have been lucky every year and had no problems yet, but a friend with the same year car and same MODS gets to jump through hoops every time, takes him twice as long to get his car through inspection and has to go to a REF to inspect the car , even if the emissions are good, its the parts he has put on that make them fail it. The parts come with a sticker that has a code number that they are to use while doing the inspection that tell them its legal to use in California, but some of the inspectors are assholes and just want to piss the guy off. I am in Lake Havasu today, its one hundred and twenty fuck degrees, just too fucking hot to do anything, The LONDON BRIDGE is here, it was not a mistake on the purchase, Robert McCulloch bought it to attract people to his planed community back in the 70's. He was the owner of McCulloch outboard motors and chainsaws, he used Havasu to test his outboard motors. It is a very beautiful city, it was a lot better 20, 25 years ago because it was like an oasis, with just the LONDON BRIDGE and a small shopping village with housing sparsely around . Now you can hardly see the bridge, the Spring breakers have fucked everything up, there are night clubs, hotels oversized shopping complex's all around the bridge, looks like shit. We bout a house here 20 years ago before if got this way, but still love it . Its not bad in he off season and we go all the time. This is the first time since march 2019 that we have been, just needed to check up on the house. One cool thing is it is hard to get lost, because the way the city is laid out, if you keep driving on almost any road you will eventually end up on the highway or one of the main roads through town.
  • 163409
  • 2021-06-15 16:00:44EDT
  • Patti HB/LG
  • I am alive and well! Thank you for the shout out! Lots going on! Yep, my husband who was with Disney for 27 years was let go. He was furloughed for many months and then in December Disney started at the top with the long time employees and let them all go. Kinda crazy but it all worked out. Luckily financially we were in a good place. The awesome news was that our daughter had a baby girl the end of November. We ended up buying a second home up here in Lake Geneva Wisconsin. We are 45 minute drive from seeing the baby! We came for a month and 7 months later we are still here. Headed back to HB after the 4th of July. I will be a mess leaving my daughter and family. We have been so blessed to see our precious granddaughter grow. Our house here is great, got it furnished so all we had to do was move in after our 4 day drive. Family came in and had it all decorated for Christmas. So there ya go! Sorry if I rambled and shared too much family stuff! Jordan as you know I have been on board with you since your first podcast! Not going anywhere! Note: Both my daughter and her husband got Covid. My husband and I are both vaccinated! I am feeling anxious about flying home. Cheers to all the guys!
  • 163408
  • 2021-06-13 10:28:25EDT
  • Phil with a Ph
  • Good job Jordan on asking Matt what his living/moving plans are, I know that had to be tough for you to do since you don't usually like to ask those type of questions so I give you a lot of credit for not only doing it but you did it on the show so we can all hear it. I liked the shout out you guys gave to Patty, Torrence you were right about Patty's husband working for Disney, good memory, I had forgot all about that until you brought it up. Hopefully if someone out there is reading or hearing this who is FaceBook friends with Patty they can reach out to her and tell her the guys from the One Hour Show were asking about her.
  • 163407
  • 2021-06-11 22:09:17EDT
  • Linda from Pico
  • Hello all!! Long time listener and a rare commenter. Guys just want to thank you for all you do. Jordan I want you to know that no matter what you do or how much you talk about yogurt I am here as a listener until the wheels fall off. hahahahah....I submitted a comment earlier, but when I clicked on "add comment" my submission seems to have disappeared so if this is the second submission you see read the first one....lol. Few years back you and Ryan helped me cut the cord with my cable. So, I am here for more tech advice. This is on behalf of my daughter. She will be moving up north here in Cali to Berkeley to attend school. She was hired by ESPN to work remotely as an editor while attending school. She is not interested in getting cable service just internet and of course have access to Wi-Fi. Does she need to purchase the router from her local company in Berkeley? Or should she buy a router of her choice? If so, any recommendations? Lastly, she will be on occasion commuting from Berkeley back home here in Pico Rivera via auto, would she be able to have access to WiFi while traveling or while camping with friends on her laptop? She states there are some camping sites with "hotspots" that may enable her to do so. Any help here would be appreciated as you see we are not the most tech savvy. Thanks again for all you do...yogurt talk and all. :)
  • 163406
  • 2021-06-09 23:56:05EDT
  • James S
  • Best line of the podcast: Torrence “Fuck’n Nerds!!”
  • 163405
  • 2021-06-08 19:10:35EDT
  • Conan the Barbarian of Redlands
  • Redlands is just on the border of the desert, it's a very beautiful little city and has been around since the late 1890s. There are still many homes and businesses that were built in the early 1900s. It was primarily an orange Grove Town along with lemon groves. You can probably Google Redlands oranges and see some old box labels from the companies that were here. Most all of the Groves are gone now there's less than a handful around. Just have since I've been living here the last 28 years at least a dozen of them have disappeared and have been turned into shopping malls are housing tracks. Very disappointing. We are also a viking town that's bicycles not motorcycles and there is a annual race here the finals for some big bike race series. Almost all the streets have bike lanes and there's at least a dozen bicycle shops. It's usually pretty green year round and we are a few miles from the mountains which always look beautiful when they're full of snow. The desert starts about 20 miles to the east, with scattered homes and ranches in little shopping complexes then you go out into the real desert towards Palm Springs. It does get hot as hell around here but it's tolerable. If you ever had Hanger 24 beer it's probably from here, they are just a mile away from my house.We really like it here and lake Havasu.
  • 163404
  • 2021-06-08 03:19:44EDT
  • Richard in Redlands
  • Sounds like things will be getting interesting with the apartment situation..... hopefully it will work out positive for everyone.Jordan you may want to have your car scanned before you have it smogged ,if you are getting a intermediate check engine light and you take it when it's out, it still may not pass. You computer may just be in the middle of a cycling test. I had this problem with my truck last year, there was a full level sensor in the fuel tank that was bad, it would throw the check engine light every 250 miles then go out. I replaced the part and took it to be smogged but it did not pass, had to drive it the 250 miles for the computer to complete it's test. Once I did that it was good to go. I just did my P.O.S NEON that had been sitting for a year, the battery was bad and had to replace it. I did not get any check engine light but because the battery basically reset the computer it also had to be driving a certain amount of miles to reset everything. I have a scanner so was able to check to see when it was ready for the smog test. Some places will check it first if you ask, or auto parts store will check it for you. We have a lot of wildlife in the backyard even though we are fairly rural. We have a family of possums,a mama with 5 babies she caries on her back, a racoon once in awhile, rats, lots of lizards ( blue belly fence lizards and glass belly or alligator lizards. There is a flock of wild Red crown , parrots that are the loudest motherfuking Birds I've ever heard. Then a mother fucking piece of shit gophers, these I kill when I can. I can not poison them because of the dog and there's a lot of cats in the neighborhood , but do go out at night with a pellet gun and shoot them. I happened using some repellent to get them out of the yard which works most of the time, but occasionally I'll get that one that will not move on and just dig more holes as if to say fuck you bring it on. I miss my cat because he always kept them away. Anyway great show, thanks.
  • 163403
  • 2021-06-07 19:32:29EDT
  • Richard in Redlands
  • Here we go again with episodes lost and gone forever. ......well at least for now. I always download every episode as soon as it is posted, so I'm good. But it would be nice to have a archive available. Hey James S. , didn't you see me waving at you?
  • 163401
  • 2021-06-02 14:24:38EDT
  • KerryBear
  • I still feel like an asshole for my 5/27 comment.I am in a funk and took it out on you guys. LAME.
  • 163400
  • 2021-06-01 03:16:41EDT
  • James S.
  • Hey guys, I’m still with you, I’ve listened to every episode. I listen to a ton of podcasts and books so I don’t always get through all 5 hours but I get through most. It’s usually around when “yogurt talk” starts when I pull the ripcord. I love just hearing how young people are dealing with life and gaming. I’m still a WoW player after 16 years without a break but I’m finally starting to burn out. It used to be a place where I could go to escape the world for a little while but now after blizzard got bought out and the world has been imploding, it just seems like the outside world is leaking in more and more. So now it’s become more “work like” and less escapism. I wish we got a few more life updates from you all, I’d love to hear about Jeremy’s perfect job search and I always need a house project update from Torrance. Plus we never get enough Ryan news. One last thought, Am I the only one when driving around Redlands looks around wondering “could that be Richard?” Love you guys…
  • 163396
  • 2021-05-28 11:37:04EDT
  • KerryBear
  • Thank you to Anonymous for link. I tried going through Spreaker but everything showed wiped out. Now I can try to catch up today. That hurt, but I understand Jordan - change. Anyway, I wish everyone well and have a safe and funfilled weekend. Caio.
  • 163395
  • 2021-05-28 11:12:01EDT
  • Phil with a Ph
  • Thank you so much Jordan for coming on and giving us a little update about what is going on with the show, I'm already making plans to listen to the show on Monday.
  • 163394
  • 2021-05-27 15:30:26EDT
  • Anonymous
  • Here is a link to a special Spreaker archive of the Feb thru May shows: https://www.spreaker.com/show/ohs-archive
  • 163393
  • 2021-05-27 11:36:31EDT
  • KerryBear
  • Well, just listened to the 3 minute blurb and I am so bummed you wiped out all olders episodes. Did not get a chance to listen to all of them, as was still only at end of March. Thanks for blowing it all off Jordan. Your listeners deserved better than that, but its your show, but I may not come back now. Not that you care. That was NOT cool. Fuck
  • 163392
  • 2021-05-27 11:24:43EDT
  • kerrybear
  • What happened to all of the poscasts from Spreaker?? and why is everything here just GONE??? WTF?