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Irrelevant Opinions

Join us in spontaneous discussion regarding just about everything. From our opinionated thoughts on car stealing ostriches to advice on how to react to the changing economy of millennials... is irrelevance a virtue? We like to think so!

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Irrelevant Episode 4: Waffle-less on a Thick Rug

The "brain trust of us three" (Nicholas Sarysz, John Gerchak and Andrew Oslin) take a seat on a thick rug. Baffled by the absence of their friends who preferred waffles over them, the trio discusses world problems, millennial technology and even provides some friendly advice.


12 Jan 2020

Rank #1

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Irrelevant Opinions Episode 7: The Second Half, featuring Humming Bee Giraffes

Join us for the second half of episode seven, filled with Andrew's pondering upon the social structure of giraffes, singing through one's nose and once again... honey (but more in depth this time). Drizzled throughout the discussion is Nick reminding everyone he is a "sport's fan", and Jonathan's enthusiastic approval of sub-par puns. What we're trying to say, is that everything is [ir]relevant in the grand scheme of things.


23 Mar 2020

Rank #2

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Irrelevant Opinions Episode 6: Thoughts on Food, Signs and Finally Good Audio Quality

Nicholas Sarysz and Andrew Oslin sit down to discuss the greatness of Greek yogurt, their thoughts on sign spinning as an art form and how much of a "flex" giant curved windows are. From trying to comprehend one anothers favorite uncommon shapes to bringing up the bees stake in the American food industry once again, this duo is quite [irrelevantly] opinionated.


24 Feb 2020

Rank #3

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Irrelevant Opinions in Starbucks and Substantially Seattle

Join Nicholas Sarysz and Andrew Oslin as they take a winter adventure into the depths of Starbucks closing time.


26 Dec 2019

Rank #4

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Irrelevant Opinions Winter Special

Join Nicholas and his lifelong friend Jefferson Bates in a chilly evening of recollecting on past events and holiday shenanigans.


17 Dec 2019

Rank #5

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Irrelevant Opinions Episode 7: Sports Skeptics, Minecraft Milk and Art Appreciation

Join us as we valiantly defend the value of sports, channel the Mediterranean in the form of olive oil, lament on the loneliness of crafting in the mines, and vivaciously acknowledge the visual arts. Whether you're strolling through the urban jungle or performing yoga atop a moving Segway, you're sure to enjoy our highly [ir]relevant repertoire.


17 Mar 2020

Rank #6

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Irrelevant Opinions: Welcome to The Slush Zone

When the sun goes down, so do our standards -- Join us for a fine dining adventure in a totally not-shady parking lot at the darkest hour of the night. We ramble on about tumbleweeds, discuss rappers in society and wade through the slush of a thick frozen treat. Whether it be blackberries, giving thorough advice on podcasting, or the fate of bees once again, the Slush Zone is a vehicle open to all.


6 Feb 2020

Rank #7

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Irrelevant Opinions Episode 5: Amazon, Bucket Drummers and Not Using the Oxford Comma

Andrew Oslin, Nicholas Sarysz and Elaina Hansen sit down to discuss beekeeping ethics, the overpricing of textbooks and controversial English conventions. From questioning the feasibility of shipping to explaining what made them choose their college majors, this brain trust tackles a myriad of highly [ir]relevant topics.


20 Jan 2020

Rank #8

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Irrelevant Opinions Episode 3

Welcome to the third episode of Irrelevant Opinions. Whether it's special guest Kermit, or the Wise Kisamore... everything being said is pretty much irrelevant.


19 Dec 2019

Rank #9

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Irrelevant Opinions Episode 9: Domestication, Confidence and Fine Floral Notes

"I'm the I and you're the T -- let's cross 'em, dot 'em, let's go!"Join us as we discuss the implications of America's most commonly-befriended mammal, explore the effects of applying a little gusto, and acquaint ourselves with a local bee concoction. Whether we contemplate the medical system, revel in thirty-two cubic inches of irrelevance, or ponder creativity in the current zeitgeist, you will want to expand your garden of various opinion-based shrubs.


13 Apr 2020

Rank #10