The Brink of Sanity show started waaaaaayyyyy back in 2008 with Jay and Bri as the show’s co-hosts and Jay’s dad as the sole listener. The audio was poor as was the content. It was dark times for the podcast.Then in 2009 something magical happened. The Brink of Sanity got its first non family member listener. This was mainly due to the fact that Jay finally figured out how to put the show up online. Fueled by doubling its listenership, Jay bought some real audio equipment and brought in a bunch of new co-hosts into the mix. Now it’s 2010 and the show finally kinda sorta resembles a real podcast. Jay, along with regulars Bri, Marc, Leon and Peter, as well as many other guest hosts, now bring their unique brand of incoherent babble to tens of people every week. Personal stories, rants, half-truths, current events, pop culture, game shows episodes, and messing with Internet scammers are some of the things you can expect to hear from Jay and company every week.Check us out online – www.bri... more
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Marc and Jay talk about Marc's argument winning streak, Malcolm Gladwell is out of touch, the Brink card game, would you rather, and more
Marc and Jay do a top 5 horrible business ideas, top 5 movies before 1970, getting free popcorn, some news stories, Marc wins another argument, and more more
Marc, Jay, and Martin talk about Marc's argument with his wife, shared bank accounts, going to the movies, school photos, the metaverse, and more
Keep up the good work guys
Best podcast, so real and look forward to it every week.
Takes some time to get it but once you do it’s a great podcast and I love listening to these guys... not sure why it’s not more popular but these guys have some great conversations and pretty funny. Look forward to every podcast.
I really love the balance of characters in this podcast. All guys are different but they fit very well. My favourite trio is definitely Marc Jay and Bri. It is a very unforced and real form of comedy which is the best. Forever listener
I’ve been a listener for over 6 years and this podcast continues to get funnier. Mark, Jay and Bry feed off each other perfectly and joke about real life things. Great podcast that I look forward to listen to, keep it going guys!
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The Brink of Sanity launched 14 years ago and published 386 episodes to date. You can find more information about this podcast including rankings, audience demographics and engagement in our podcast database.
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