The X Millennial has grown up in a time of many sports stories that were hyped, but in reality those stories became historic busts. Join Ty and RD as they look back at stories like Freddy Adu, the ESPN phone, the XFL, and many other hyped sports stories that turned out to be a whole lot of nothing. Download for free today.
One sunny day a Generation Xer was walking down the street listening to his Sony Discman, Radiohead's Karma Police was the song, when he ran into a Millennial who had his iPod touch ready to play the latest Black Keys song. The electrical energy generated between the old and new caused an explosion forcing the two to merge. Out of the smoke the X-Millennial Man emerged. He came to be the greatest critic of Pop Culture since... 1982?
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The X Millennial is talking about accountability. Ty starts off asking why LeBron James is not held to the same high standards all NBA superstars should be held to. RD then suggests that we should want to keep a terrible President Trump around so we are not facing an even worse President Pence. Since we should always end on a happy note, each host makes a pop culture recommendation to give the world some joy. Download the knowledge for free today.
The X Millennial Man is going to have a debate on who their favorite NBA players are from 1980 until today. Many of the names will be the same, but Ty and RD strongly disagree on where they rank. Join them and get ready to have your own internal debate on who is truly the best pro basketball player in our lifetimes. Download for free and come on in for a listen.