One on one punch-ups – They’re usually the highlight of an action movie. But DC comics and Warner Bros. took it to the next level. Here’s our review of Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice!
To figure out once and for all whether Three Views On is able to be a helpful and informative podcast we decided to ask YOU, our listeners, for hard/unanswerable questions to which you would like an answer. Turns out Michael and Simon would make a brilliant trivia team! If you asked a question, then make sure you listen to this episode to find out the answer!
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#3VO is no longer three single guys, but three married men with responsibilities! To celebrate Paul’s newfound maturity, we picked 5 super-serious presents for him and then explained the reasoning behind each of them.
WARNING: The presents are neither serious nor mature – and Michael and Simon refuse to sign an affidavit saying they are responsible or mature. Paul has not yet been approached for comment.
Socks. Synthesiser. Wedding rings. Driving a manual. Predestination. Literally Nothing – Part V
Ever wondered how you accumulated seven cables, five recipe books, three pairs of shoes, and two bicycles that you never ever use? Does having physical space equate to having mental space? If you’ve wondered how you can make life a little bit more simple, boy has Paul got news for you! He’s writing a blog about minimalism and small things to change that can make life more simple. Michael and Simon run point on the investigation. http://www.theresgottobelesstolife.com
In an attempt to prove they could do something no one was asking them to do in the first place, Paul and Simon record a podcast from Hobart to Campbell Town. This is the last half of the journey. WARNING: It gets no better.
In an attempt to prove they could do something no one was asking them to do in the first place, Paul and Simon record a podcast from Hobart to Campbell Town. This is the first hour of their ramblings!
This is a really strange episode. Traditionally, every ten episodes we just talk about whatever – often including details of our lives useless to everyone on earth. This one might be a little different though. There might accidentally be some incidental content! Sure, there’s no singular topic and you might break your neck in the whiplash of topic-change, but hey – it was fun!
Ever wanted to hear Michael speak Greek? Ever wanted to start your own podcast and want to avoid the pitfalls of Paul and Simon? This episode is a peer-reviewed critique of Paul and Simon’s special episode. There are lots of lessons to learn – things to do, and things not to do.