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Hyphen Nation - Episode #25: Elphaba, Hillary, And Kristen ChenowethWalk Into A Bar (Costarring Nikki Cannon)

My third official guest joins me for the 25th edition of THE WORLD'S GREATEST PODCAST. While on a family trip to Oglebay Resort in Wheeling, WV, I hauled my podcast equipment with us so I could have one of my best friends/sister-in-law Nikki Cannon on the show. We discussed a variety of topics with most of them coming back to musicals (Rent, Wicked, and Idina Menzel mostly). Nikki also gave her opinions on the election since politics is her life and she weighed in on Hillary and managed to put a very positive spin on our President-Elect. I weighed in on a half a bottle of pinot grigio. The real MVP of this episode is her brother Christian, who delayed sleeping while we recorded this episode.

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Hyphen Nation - Episode #25: Elphaba, Hillary, And Kristen Chenoweth Walk Into A Bar (Costarring Nikki Cannon)

Hyphen Nation - Episode #24: End Of The Road

After 7 seasons of constant misery, The Walking Dead may have finally worn out its welcome. Despite the Emmy worthy performance of Jeffrey Dean Morgan, I'm quickly losing interest in one of my favorite shows. And speaking of losing interest, I'm completely off the ride that is Kanye West. Dehydration and sleep deprivation my left foot. I share a tale of the time I got in trouble for my next door neighbor in high school and deal a little with #BoycottHamilton and what's going on with Cyclops in the comic books. I also get really excited about Goldberg and make it clear that I'm all about that Indiana Jones life. Even if he did take his name from the dog.

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Hyphen Nation - Episode #24: End Of The Road

Hyphen Nation – Episode #23: Baz Luhrmann Is Good But He’s No Spider-Man

In this episode of THE GREATEST PODCAST IN THE WORLD, I lighten up. I share my heartbreak with how one of my favorite professional wrestlers, Dolph Ziggler, has fallen from grace (a grace that he never truly ever had). I rant about Baz Luhrmann and his stupid ability to make me fall in and out of love with a film within 120 minutes. I answer a question about why LeBron took offense to Phil’s posse comments. I explain why Spider-Man is the best. There’s nothing else that needs to be said; he’s the best. And I wrap up with some post-election talk, Dr. Strange musings, and how my dad is built to drive a car. Surprisingly enough, I didn’t talk enough about Michael Jordan.

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Hyphen Nation – Episode #23: Baz Luhrmann Is Good But He’s No Spider-Man

Hyphen Nation - Episode #22: Miss Me With All That

In this episode of THE GREATEST PODCAST IN THE WORLD, I give you two full hours of content. I take shots at local podcast competition. I explain how I’m probably hanging up my fantasy football cleats next season, at least for a year. I give the Chicago Cubs their 108 year late due. I detail my trip home, including my father receiving a free soda and how he’s taken over a local Applebee’s without any official ownership paperwork. I pretty much sum up how everyone feels about The Voice. I shout out some of my listeners. I relive the tragedies of losing my birth mother and my adoptive mother in October and November 2015. And I wrap up with my thoughts on the 2016 Election and the forthcoming four year reign of Donald Trump. My name is Kelen Conley and I endorse the unfriend/unfollow buttons.

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Hyphen Nation - Episode #22: Miss Me With All That

DOPE: Drake 2K16: The Year of Missed Opportunity

One of the things I always hope to do with anything I put out in this world is to inspire. To stir up some kind of feeling in someone. Thanks to my latest episode of Hyphen Nation, I've done just that, as my friend and fantasy football foe Marc Rob, took Drake to task for Views and his 2016 output in general. And looking at his blog, it looks like he needs to keep up the good work.

Drake 2K16: The Year of Missed Opportunity

DOPE: A Documentary: Eric Jordan: Creativity Takes Courage

Terrell Adams made a documentary about one of my best friends, Eric Jordan. This is only 6 minutes but it really captures my exact feelings about E in the 11+ years I've known him. Please take a few minutes to enjoy this short film.