As baby boomers, we should expand our horizons by filling our extra time with something useful. Meet Ron Culbertson, professional speaker who fills his time by volunteering as an emu. A good example for us all. And, we make it all funny.
If you are a boomer who thinks they are over the hill, this is the show for you. Dale, Tim, and Carolyn talk with Kathleen Sinclair, the 77 year old author of the just released book "F--K Aging", although in the actual title, all of the blanks are filled in.
Kathleen shares ideas for getting the most out of the time you have left. It's informative and a lot of fun.
Join the three boomers, Dale, Tim, and Carolyn, as they look at the upcoming Academy Awards with film reviewer, Vickie Quade. Get informed about all the nominated pictures and have a good laugh.
Baseball is finally back. Finally, some good news to share. The three boomers, Dale, Tim, and Carolyn welcome back their friend and baseball maven, Ken Severa. Ken knows more about baseball than most fans, and he shares his insights with us. Play ball!
Join the three boomer, Dale, Tim. and Carolyn, as they travel back to the very beginning of this podcast and the characters and iterations it has had over the years. If you're new to the show, this is a great way to catch up. With Dobie Maxwell, Fard Mohammed, and Vickie Quade
This week the three boomers talk to Chris Klesh, owner of Lifetime Leisure Experiences, and he teaches us how to experience luxury travel at a fraction of the price. and even learn how to fly for the cost of a pack of gum.
James Flaherty is a boomer in training. He's 86, going on 60. James is the author of Dear Old Friends which hi lights the importance of friends and memories. We've got questions and he's got lots of answers. Join us to learn wisdom from our elders and have some good laughs.
The three boomers chat with noted Russian poet and philosopher Anatoly Kalbasa to learn more about what Valentine's Day is all about in Russia. It's very, very funny.
The three boomers, Dale Irvin, Tim Slagle, and Carolyn Strauss talk with Frank King, the mental Health Comedian. Frank King tells us how to handle depression and get a brighter look on life.
This is the time of year when seers, prophets, and columnists, predict what will happen in the new year. Will the predictions come true? I doubt it but they're all funny.