I like trivia and I like sports and those two things usually get me into arguments. I also have friends and family who also do that so instead of doing that for "free" we will do that here. We'll talk about the Cubs, White Sox, Bulls, Blackhawks, Bears, and anything and everything we feel like honestly. Cool things along the way.
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Did Bruce Springsteen really ruin Christmas? Yes, with his garbage rendition of any song that is not Dancing in The Dark. Matt and Kshee are back for 10 and 5 and we discuss the dumb Bears, Justin Fields development, and pick the best Christmas song ... more
Episode 19 was as hot as the hot chocolate you're sipping on buddy. Matt is back for his 9th time and we talked about the Los Bulls and them running the East (sorry to the Bulls actually I think every time we talk about them they lose! That's on us C... more
#18 just in time for Thanksgiving. No sports this time around but both trivia and a bracket both centered around Tom Hanks for Hanksgiving. Sit back with your best homemade fudge that makes you late for recording sessions and enjoy. Happy Hanksgiving... more
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Trivial Arguments launched 10 months ago and published 20 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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