In this episode, MC and HM create a new hashtag:
Sure, there’s other things they talk about, but to be honest…#TapTapTime is the best part of the whole damn show.
They’re overly proud of it.
The guys talk about trying to get out of jury duty, shooting at actors, and getting FM transmissions over your phone.
They’re all connected. Promise(-ish).
In this episode, MC and HM relive their childhood memories of the spookiest of days, All Hallows Eve.
Halloween, if you like.
Here’s a brief glimpse:
MC is ambivalent and HM actually makes his front yard a graveyard.
Also, they guys go deep intho their beliefs about the most underrated holiday in existence: Arbor Day.
You read that right.
Come join the guys as they wax all reminiscent.
In this episode, HM and MC take a knee. Well, actually they don’t. They record sitting down.
They don’t want to spill their beer.
This episode finds the guys discussing the recent folderol with the NFL, “protests”, and the Stars and Stripes.
Don’t be surprised, friends. The last ten minutes are spent arguing about which Batman movie is the best of the franchise.
In this special episode, MC and HM held a Facebook Live edition of The Crossover Show. Not to worry, though! They recorded it!
Even though MC hit the wrong button and killed the show once.
By now, you’re sure to have seen the headlines that the Sonoma, Santa Rosa, Napa, and surrounding communities have largely succumbed to fire. The destruction is unreal. The guys decided to pre-empt their regularly scheduled episode and talk about a few things:
This month, they’ve decided to donate all the Patreon.com/TCS proceeds directly to those in need. No big companies. No intermediaries. Both MC and HM know folks that have lost homes. Those are the ones they want to lend a hand to.
If you want to help HM and MC, you can support the show at Patreon.com/TCS.
Another option is the CalFire site. There are a TON of options on that page!
Anything you can do to help is much appreciated and very much needed.
As always, thanks for listening and supporting the show!
The guys will be back next week to discuss the current state of football shenanigans in the NFL!
In this episode, MC and HM discuss a much ballyhooed photo (seen below) and the importance of background checks.
Being no strangers to the risks of social media, the guys weigh in on making sure the dude you put on the face of your department hasn’t made patently racist, offensive, and assholey (trademark pending) comments about an entire ethnic group.
Because as the department’s social media guy, you thought you had a golden goose…but the goose just shit all over your resumé.
Sorry, Gary. (MC and HM assume the Gainesville PD social media guy is named “Gary”.)
Wait! Did you think we were done? Oh, heavens no! Fire has their fair share of fools, too! Introducing Jonathan Marotti from Crawfordsville, Arkansas. This Mensa member [insert sarcasm font] called for the POTUS to have professional athletes killed for kneeling during the National Anthem.
Episode 124 is dedicated to SFFD Battalion Chief Terry Smerdel who died in the line of duty September 10th assigned to Battalion 1.
In this episode, HM and MC put on their political thinking caps to try to determine why a Blue Line symbol, used by Police to remember fallen brothers and sisters, wound up on an Anti-Fascist flyer on how to identify “alt-right” and neo-nazi groups.
In this episode, MC and HM discuss their favorite charity: Their own!
September is here and that means one thing: no pants!