George Ouzounian is also known as Maddox. He is an American humorist, satirist, Internet personality, author, creator, and host of The Best Debate in the Universe (Again!) Podcast.
This is it, our farewell episode! And it’s our biggest episode to date, with tons of guests and callers, including some surprise guests! This show has been an immense pleasure to create over the years, but like all good things, it must come to an end. This has been an amazing experience that has let me meet hundreds of fascinating people from all walks of life, from rocket scientists to professional wrestlers, I have deep gratitude for everyone involved. My sincere thanks to everyone involved, and if I forget any names, it’s not intentional. Thank you to my long-time friends and co-hosts, Ron Babcock and Rucka Rucka Ali. Ron has been an incredible friend over the years and has genuinely improved my life in countless non-trivial ways. I can’t thank Ron enough for his support on and off the podcast, his good character, candor, jokes, empathy and deodorant. My sincere thanks to Ron for being a great co-host and a great friend. And speaking of great friends and co-hosts, thank you to Rucka Rucka Ali, who makes it back for this final episode. Rucka is a powerhouse of reason, principal and intellect, as well as a genuinely good person. Rucka has also improved my life in significant, non-trivial ways, from encouraging me to work harder, to challenging my world views. He’s supported me on and off the air and I couldn’t be more grateful for his friendship and ball-busting. Rucka rides hard because he cares and I’m proud to call him my friend. I couldn’t have asked for two better people to work with. Thank you to Mikey Bolts, audio engineer and all-around good guy! I love Mikey and so do you. I’m humbled by his talent. And speaking of talent, thank you to Taylor Nikolai, whose presence and friendship has been genuinely enriching in my life. Taylor is just an incredibly kind, sincere and forthright person who has also improved my life in countless ways. Thank you to Dreadmere, Kirk Wilcox, Zack Waldman, Therapist Kelli, Bradley Laborman, Robert Benfer, Christina Hepburn, Jesse PS, Lord Matthew, Mike D, Michael Capes, John Morrison, Jon Schnepp, Smart Mark, Sean Jacobson, Jesse Bias, and so many more. Thank you to all our listeners and guests over the years. Everyone who took time to call in and leave voicemail, send us gifts or comments on our website or Facebook. Thanks for telling your friends and family to check out the show. Watch the video version here at Madcast Media Network YouTube channel https://www.youtube.com/channel/UChMUFeIZ1l9uRJ4bIXuAKDg?sub_confirmation=1 Ron Babcock’s (http://twitter.com/ronbabcock) final tip this week is to keep a $20 in your car at all times, and I couldn’t agree more. Also quick update: the deodorant works! I texted Ron the morning this episode came out to tell him that I would 100% use this exclusively if I had an applicator. It’s worth trying! If you want to support this network, check out my Amazon page here: https://www.amazon.com/shop/maddox Also thanks to everyone who checked out F*ck Whales: Petty essays from a brilliant mind: http://amzn.to/2CdkfSI Also if you’ve been waiting to leave us voicemail for this podcast, tough shit! It’s too late. But you can still leave a voicemail for our Godzilla Podcast (https://madcastmedia.com/shows/gvpz/) and keep in touch with the fans by joining the Facebook group: Maddox University: For Geniuses and Babes who are Geniuses ONLY (https://www.facebook.com/groups/581435802211090/?ref=bookmarks) (or message me on Facebook). Thank you all for a wonderful 3 years. But most of all… You’re welcome. The voicemail number is: 1-562-58-I-RULE (1-562-584-7853).
This is it, our farewell episode! And it’s our biggest episode to date, with tons of guests and callers, including some surprise guests! This show has been an immense pleasure to create over the years, but like all good things, it must come to an end. This has been an amazing experience that has let me meet hundreds of fascinating people from all walks of life, from rocket scientists to professional wrestlers, I have deep gratitude for everyone involved. My sincere thanks to everyone involved, and if I forget any names, it’s not intentional. Thank you to my long-time friends and co-hosts, Ron Babcock and Rucka Rucka Ali. Ron has been an incredible friend over the years and has genuinely improved my life in countless non-trivial ways. I can’t thank Ron enough for his support on and off the podcast, his good character, candor, jokes, empathy and deodorant. My sincere thanks to Ron for being a great co-host and a great friend. And speaking of great friends and co-hosts, thank you to Rucka Rucka Ali, who makes it back for this final episode. Rucka is a powerhouse of reason, principal and intellect, as well as a genuinely good person. Rucka has also improved my life in significant, non-trivial ways, from encouraging me to work harder, to challenging my world views. He’s supported me on and off the air and I couldn’t be more grateful for his friendship and ball-busting. Rucka rides hard because he cares and I’m proud to call him my friend. I couldn’t have asked for two better people to work with. Thank you to Mikey Bolts, audio engineer and all-around good guy! I love Mikey and so do you. I’m humbled by his talent. And speaking of talent, thank you to Taylor Nikolai, whose presence and friendship has been genuinely enriching in my life. Taylor is just an incredibly kind, sincere and forthright person who has also improved my life in countless ways. Thank you to Dreadmere, Kirk Wilcox, Zack Waldman, Therapist Kelli, Bradley Laborman, Robert Benfer, Christina Hepburn, Jesse PS, Lord Matthew, Mike D, Michael Capes, John Morrison, Jon Schnepp, Smart Mark, Sean Jacobson, Jesse Bias, and so many more. Thank you to all our listeners and guests over the years. Everyone who took time to call in and leave voicemail, send us gifts or comments on our website or Facebook. Thanks for telling your friends and family to check out the show. Watch the video version here at Madcast Media Network YouTube channel https://www.youtube.com/channel/UChMUFeIZ1l9uRJ4bIXuAKDg?sub_confirmation=1 Ron Babcock’s (http://twitter.com/ronbabcock) final tip this week is to keep a $20 in your car at all times, and I couldn’t agree more. Also quick update: the deodorant works! I texted Ron the morning this episode came out to tell him that I would 100% use this exclusively if I had an applicator. It’s worth trying! If you want to support this network, check out my Amazon page here: https://www.amazon.com/shop/maddox Also thanks to everyone who checked out F*ck Whales: Petty essays from a brilliant mind: http://amzn.to/2CdkfSI Also if you’ve been waiting to leave us voicemail for this podcast, tough shit! It’s too late. But you can still leave a voicemail for our Godzilla Podcast (https://madcastmedia.com/shows/gvpz/) and keep in touch with the fans by joining the Facebook group: Maddox University: For Geniuses and Babes who are Geniuses ONLY (https://www.facebook.com/groups/581435802211090/?ref=bookmarks) (or message me on Facebook). Thank you all for a wonderful 3 years. But most of all… You’re welcome. The voicemail number is: 1-562-58-I-RULE (1-562-584-7853).
Debate starts at: 18:05. What’s the goofiest, dumbass regional food? Photographer and writer Igor joins Kirk Wilcox, Ron and I for the debate. Ron brings in a sleeper hit from the mid-west: the Juicy Lucy. Part diarrhea, part second base, it’s a sandwich that will impress nobody. Igor’s pick is an all-time Philly classic: the cheesesteak sandwich. Though I’d go a step further and say that the cheese isn’t the worst part of the meal, it’s the mediocrity. Kirk goes hard on Chinese food and Gyros and I bring in a shitty Utah condiment: “fry sauce,” which isn’t a thing. Watch the video version here at Madcast Media Network YouTube channel https://www.youtube.com/watch?list=PLf-OiH3ea1_CE0fjmDw3njnqjo2LTl8bu&v=xzC_mCYTI2c Ron Babcock’s tip this week is fulfilling the promise of last week’s tip: make your own deodorant! Ron made me some that doesn’t have shards of broken glass in it this time. The verdict? Tune in next week to find out. And here’s my newest book, F*ck Whales: Petty essays from a brilliant mind: http://amzn.to/2CdkfSI Also if you’ve been waiting to leave us voicemail, you might want to send it in quick because this is our second-to-last episode! Big announcement on this week’s show. If you want to leave a voicemail from another country, join the Facebook group: Maddox University: For Geniuses and Babes who are Geniuses ONLY (or message me on Facebook). You’re welcome.
Debate starts at: 3:54. Are fans too entitled? TJ Peters joins Kirk Wilcox for the debate this week. With the conclusion of Game of Thrones and the uproar over the new Sonic design, it begs the question: are fans too entitled? How much can we expect our creators to cater to our demands? The answer is ZERO. But some people on this show don’t agree, and those people have names that don’t start with ’M' and end in ‘addox.’ Plus I inadvertently unveil my new Daddox shirt, and we go down the bizarre world of Space Jam mashups at the tail end of this episode. Plus tons of voicemail shitting on us this week (number is: 1-562-584-7853 if you want to call in). Watch the video version here at Madcast Media Network YouTube channel https://www.youtube.com/watch?list=PLf-OiH3ea1_CE0fjmDw3njnqjo2LTl8bu&v=39qL1xgpkNU Ron Babcock’s tip this week: carry a stamp around. I won’t, but if you’ve done this, have you found it useful? And here’s my newest book, F*ck Whales: Petty essays from a brilliant mind: http://amzn.to/2CdkfSI We got a voicemail from Germany this week shitting on my scientific acumen. Tune in to hear how wrong he is. For international callers, join the Facebook group: Maddox University: For Geniuses and Babes who are Geniuses ONLY (or message me on Facebook). You’re welcome. The voicemail number is: 1-562-58-I-RULE (1-562-584-7853).
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383
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