DramaJocks June 10, 2017 Jason Bock No comments

#343: The Price of Admission

After a quite pleasant little hiatus, we have returned. And there was much rejoicing. We get started with an analysis of the evolution of concert ticket pricing schemes over the past 20 years, but quickly move on to trying to figure out what the hell is going on with the first-place Milwaukee Brewers, and to […]

DramaJocks June 5, 2015 Jason Bock No comments

#274: Welkom In Amsterdam, Klootzakken.

The show kicks off this week with an extensive debriefing on Joe’s job and the logistics of sailing on one of his company’s vessels.  Riveting, I tell you. From there, we surprisingly turn to the ponies and the upcoming Belmont Stakes.  While American Pharoah is favored to win (by a lot), I still don’t think […]

DramaJocks June 28, 2013 Jason Bock No comments

#178: Target-Rich Environment

[youtube http://youtu.be/_gaXwHz6MjQ] We cover every playing surface known to sports ((We don’t discuss anything that happens on blacktop, but since NASCAR is not a sport, it doesn’t count.))on this week’s cast, so buckle up. Trying to find some bright spots in the Brewers season — 2,000 hits for Ramirez, 300 saves for K-Rod, likely all-star bid for […]

DramaJocks June 21, 2013 Jason Bock No comments

#177: It Tolls for Thee

Josh opens up the show this week with the observation of three celebrity passings from June 19, reinforcing the fact that none of us are long for this world.  So, why not enjoy some sports? We catch up on the Stanley Cup and NBA Finals, respectively (of course Miami has since won in the NBA). […]

DramaJocks June 14, 2013 Jason Bock No comments

#176: Buy Me Some Peanuts and Cracker Josh

We’re down a K-Bear this week, so that means ample time for Josh and I to delve into the NBA Finals, more on the state of the Bucks, and examine the Brewers situation from multiple angles: (1) who are their All-Stars? (2) who’s coming back from injury and when? (3) who are the likely trade […]

DramaJocks June 7, 2013 Jason Bock No comments

#175: Puck Luck

Back to a full three-man crew, we open the show by catching up on the state of the NBA Playoffs.  I question whether or not Miami actually has a coach.  I’ve never seen or heard of him, but I haven’t watched a lot of Heat games, either.  Josh has questions about the long-term fate of […]