The Time Has Come!

Discussions of life and such from lifelong friends. And such.

Episode 031:Sports: Everybody’s All American

The thrill of sport; for the love of the game. Or not. Josh and Keith exchange war stories of being on the outs from organized sporting and the disastrous attempts to get in.

Learn how a strike-out rule had to be invented for Keith’s T-Ball attempts. Josh’s too-new glove and the concentration-camp survivor who despised him for it.  How Josh’s loss at a karate tournament was the biggest win he ever got. Keith’s hapless little brother and his transformation into CAGE-HEAD at the cruel hands of the Little League.  Let the games begin!

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Episode 030: That’s Me In The Spotlight, Losin’ My Religion

They say you’re never supposed to talk about religion or politics. Well, “they” can go pound sand and/or tell it to Sweeney. Because we talk religion this episode.

Tales of how our lives intersected with and were affected by churches, temples, ceremonies and the like. But, you know, THE TIME HAS COME style, so there are stories of farting in pews and childhood disaster preparedness for vampire attack and the like. Learn how Keith was banished from church and told never to return. The amazing and true story of the most insane funeral ever. Good stuff.

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Bonus Content! The Extended Prose Tale from Ep. 029


Episode content: Supplemental: If you loved Josh’s story of internet and social media based magic from Episode 029 (and really, who among us could not?) and wanted to read the extended version, you can go ahead with your clicky little click-finger and get to clicking. And then reading. And then laughing and/or crying. Or doing kung-fu, or whatever else you want to do. It is your day, after all. Full story.

Episode 029: All Your Internet Are Belong to Us

The internet. The web. The information SUPAH-highway. It, like the Force that Ben Kenobi once spoke of, surrounds us and penetrates us; it binds the galaxy together.

Join Keith and Josh as they talk about internet culture, stories made possible by the internet and the magical, instant connectivity it can provide. Also, learn the strange (and true!) tale of Keith Field’s magnum opus finding no love or backing, despite the lies and promises given to him by said internet. Or at least, the porn stars on it.

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Episode 028: Back In the Saddle Again

Aaaand we’re back! Sick and hacking up phlegm, but back. The semi-triumphant return of The Time Has Come: Podcast Adventures With Josh Dobbin and Keith Field is not without some bumps: Josh forgets to hit the “record” button and we “tape” 20 minutes of the show without taping. Hilarity ensues.

In this episode: KEITH’S ILL FATED DISNEY ADVENTURES! TALES OF POO AND SMELL! AND CUCUMBERS! AND BLOOD! JOSH SAVES CHRISTMAS (SORTA!)

This special Friday-edition podcast does not mean that a new episode will not be coming on Tuesday. Because one totally will. One that Josh will actually remember to press “record” to capture!

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