In this episode of TSB, Caesar, Geeno, Guru, and Dunks are in-studio.
We begin this episode with some somber news. Dave Phillips, co-owner, and our former producer, at Podcast Detroit, died unexpectedly this past week. So we dedicate this episode to him.
Kid Cudi shouldn’t quit his day job. Let’s just say he makes better music than he does sneakers.
We prove that Dunks is really color blind.
Should eBay allow users to opt out of their authentication process? Caesar seems to think so.
Apparently people’s GOAT accounts are being hacked. Dunks explains how people should immediately transfer their funds from their GOAT account to their bank accounts. You’re welcome.
John Mowhi, of Mowi Law, puts his law degree to good use by coming on the show and breaking down the Nike lawsuit against MSCHF and Lil Nas X.
Speaking of Lil Nas X, Caesar and Guru have a passionate discussion about the outrage and reaction towards his “Satan” Air Max 97s and music video.
And finally, Nike CEO John Donahoe is attempting to transition the company from a marketing company to a tech company. This explains a lot. Even employees, past and present, aren’t sure of the move. It’s scary times in Beaverton…