Coté Show #23: “I don’t have a horse or gun.” Or: We were born in Austin. Or: “you may all go to hell. I am going to Texas.”

Another episode of Charles’ and I’s “throw-back” to our Drunk and Retired Podcast days. This one, on the topic of people’s perceptions of Texas abroad.

Check out the show notes for subscription options and links to stuff mentioned in the show.

Drunk & Retired podcast archives – being a developer in the late 2000’s

You can now check out most all of the episodes of my first podcast, Drunk & Retired, over at archive.org. I’m not sure where episodes 1 to 32 are, but maybe I’ll find them someday.

I did this podcast with my friend Charles Lowell from about 2005 to probably about 2012 or 2010. Once we got big boy jobs and kids, we dropped off, though we went to do other podcasts: Charles has the Frontside podcast, and I have all sorts of other ones.

Every now and then since then we’ve put one out, but really, not that often.

It’s better than washing dishes – DrunkAndRetired Podcast #177

http://instagr.am/p/HutEuXy15z/

After our short #barcampATX recording, Charles and I recorded a full episode. At some point, I pontificate on how, in the first world, white-collar/knowledge work is basically just entertainment with a paycheck. That’s all I remember.

To listen to the episode, subscribe to the podcast feed in iTunes or whatever, download the episode directly, or click play below to listen right here:

Enjoy!