When circumstances dominate us it is easier to notice how the things we think manifest in our lives. Let’s talk about balance and how we can turn the negative outcomes into positive ones! Camron is back from the city that never sleeps, so he and Brian dive right into another fantastic Superhero Friday installment of The Real Brian Show.
Happy Superhero Friday! While the Nightfox is hittin’ up the City that Never Sleeps, Brian recruits Lee Stephen to fill in his shoes. Great expectations is definitely a theme here, but we also venture into the traditional nerdy topics about video games and television. We talk about ways we relieve stress, pet peeves about storytelling, and inspirational health tips.
Kids these days! They have no idea. That is what we’re talking about this Superhero Friday! That and so much more, like how important it is to stop and smell the colors…and take care of your health.
Happy Fall Y’all! Brian and The Nightfox are back with another Superhero Friday installment to kick off what appears to be a glorious weekend ahead. It is only by listening that you’ll truly understand the featured topic of discussion: HasBen and Jackwagons! But we’ve got a well-rounded discussion for you, ranging from Batfleck to Toys R Us to helping the homeless.
Look no further! Within you will find 4 ways to be happier and more fulfilled. Plus, we get real about when it’s OK to swear, how off base the critics are about The Orville, and everything we love about LIGHTS and The Script. The Real Brian and The Nightfox join forces once again to bring you an episode filled with serious craziness and crazy seriousness.
Being alone together! That’s what pocket screens have done to our society. We can be together, have the world at our fingertips and also shut it out at the same time. For this Superhero Friday, this episode is best listened to blasting from a boombox held high above your head as you take a walk down a residential street. Bring the town together! Or, ya know, headphones and a dark room will do too.
From hurricanes to forest fires, the U S of A is being ravaged by Mother Nature. She can bring beautiful gifts, like introverts, in one moment, and then the next she’s reminding you why They call her Mama. Returning in this Superhero Friday installment are The Nightfox and Shear Terror, where we talk about so so much. Not just natural disasters, but also introverts (it won’t surprise you that I, your fearless blog post author, match about 95% of the facts about introverts), and the Pumpkin Spice Latte, and about aggressive drivers.
Thank God it’s Friday! The Nightfox is back from his trip to Las Vegas and while he waits to hear updates on his niece, he joined Brian behind the mic for this week’s Superhero Friday installment. If you’ve been looking for a Monday episode recently, you’re not alone. Due to busy summer schedules and real life stuff, Monday episodes have been on a little hiatus.
While The Nightfox tends to a family emergency in the city that never sleeps, Captain Influence joins The Real Brian for this installment of The Real Brian Show! That means… Happy Superhero Friday! Lots happened in the world this week, including the eclipse which stretched across the United States and Netflix’s release of Marvel’s Defenders. Also on the agenda are some tidbits about healthy eating, the data backup software Crashplan, and talking about how annoying it is when gaming feels like work.
We’re glad you’re joining us on this glorious Superhero Friday! As the historical lunar eclipse approaches, we won’t squander the opportunity to talk about it. Have you heard that it’s supposed to be the most photographed, most Tweeted, most Facebooked event in history? I suppose it’s not all that surprising, given Moore’s Law, and yet there is no greater time for such an event to take place. As people flood to the 70 mile strip of land that stretches from Oregon to South Carolina to witness the Great American Eclipse, the first one to touch the U.S. since 1979, those of us who do not fall right within its path are eager and hungry for what will inevitably be a inducing sight.