Toast Takes is talking Trump (again), immigration and friends plus the royal wedding of two royal men! I do love me a good near rhyme and that is just near enough to be good. Other podcasts may be jelly, but Soul Bread is the only one that’s jam-packed.
In the midst of a host not being available, one man decided to step up and deliver with funny, insightful content to The Soul Bread Podcast.. Unfortunately, that man got lost in traffic so you are stuck with Eric and Jonathan Wagner. Today we talk about NBA superteams, and Fortnite addiction. You probably can’t wait so stop reading and take a listen!
Toast Takes is taking time to recap E3 in all it’s gaming glory. We talk about new releases, hopes and dreams, and a new children’s book and wow, this description got away from me really fast.
Nehemiah and Jonathan spend the episode reminiscing on the recently completed NBA Finals and think what could have been for Drake/Pusha T. Plus Kanye West and Kid Cudi had microphones in front of them for at least a few hours and released the result. Let’s listen!
Today’s Toast Takes talks about the President’s recent problems with Eagles, Roseanne’s problem with a cardinal rule for white people, as well as Star Wars and their Millennium Falcon. We actually don’t talk about the Falcon but I needed to round out the bird references.
Nehemiah and Jonathan start the episode with a brand new purchase and end the episode review the new Kanye West album, Ye. The gang, of two, also touches on the G.O.A.T. in the NBA as well as Pusha T’s response to Drake, The Story of Adidon. It’s an episode full of greatness and also an album review.
Toast Takes today talks Deadpool 2, anti-milk milk ads, and a Ben Schwartz reference that, if you get, will make us friends forever. It’s a show filled to the brim with claims that it is filled to the brim!
Nehemiah and Jonathan briefly talk about new projects from the likes of Pusha T and A$AP Rocky but not until Drake’s “Duppy Freestyle” is discussed. We talk greatness in careers as well as our president. Segues are hard, that’s probably why we don’t do them.
In an episode full of audio mishaps and social consequences arises Jonathan’s favorite episode of anything, ever. We talk about past relationships, current predicaments, and our thoughts on the future. It’s an episode so packed with stories and pseudo-wisdom it’s amazing there was time to think of code names that don’t even pan out right.