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Cranes Mating? Whad’ya Know–It’s Spring!

March 22, 2018


Surrounded by mating Cranes, Michael Feldman attempts to update fans on upcoming Whad’ya Know Podcasts for Spring ’18, before entering the Sandhill fray.

Hacker, Hack Thyself with Mind Hacking

March 8, 2018


You can be more hackable in as little as 21 days with Sir John Hargrave’s easy as Cobalt Mind Hacking plan to reprogram your brain no matter how buggy–and, you don’t have to be a computer programmer–after all, we’re just talking about your old noggin’!

Sir John will join Michael Feldman this Saturday, March 10, at 10 am Central time on the Whad’ya Know Podcast Facebook page–you’ll want to join us if you’re at all disappointed in anything about yourself (genome not included–but that’s upcoming).

Even if you wouldn’t change a thing, why pass up a chance to be healthy, wealthy and anxiety free?

But don’t believe me–Listen to Sir John himself explain the deep state of Mind Hacking:

Esteemed Film Critic Michael Phillips on Whad’ya Know ’18

January 31, 2018


Esteemed Chicago Tribune film critic Michael Phillips (not pictured) joins us this Saturday, Feb 3 at 10 am Central on the Whad’ya Know Podcast live Facebook stream. Michael calls ‘The Shape of Water’ “all wet as a love story for the ages.” Michael Feldman that is. You’ll have to catch us on Saturday to find out what Michael Phillips thinks.
Or later that same day on #WhadyaKnowPodcastiTunes

Whad’ya Know Live on Facebook Back on 1-13-18 & nearly every Saturday Thereafter!

January 11, 2018

Whad’ya Know! It’s back!

Starts Saturday, January 18 at 10 am Central 4 pm Togo

“Some surprises,” says host Feldman, “some just plain comfort food for the ears.”

A Facebook Livecast nearly every Saturday on

Dessert Errata: A Prayer of Thanksgiving

November 23, 2017


                                                   Dessert Errata

A Prayer of Thanksgiving



Go resignedly to the folks,’ remembering it’s just for a few hours. Though you must make appearances at her side as well as your own, eat with as much relish as you can muster, for this, too, shall pass. Choose carefully your words, gingerly stepping around your cousin Ruth’s latest fiasco with the Arthur Murray instructor, and ask not about Marlene.
Let on not that you have heard the stories before, and utter them not aloud simultaneously nor anticipate the punch lines. Chew with vigor and bite thy tongue, for the bird hath been cooked since Tuesday, yet praise it tenderly for it never heard a compliment in life. Be sage about the dressing though you know not the origin of the little hard things; should you bite into the wedding band, return it with discretion. Though it resemble syrup, pour not the Manishewitz on the sherbet.

Avoid your Uncle Lou; he is vexatious to the spirit. Kick not your little brother under the table, rather show the forbearance of the season and pound him later. Picture Naomi and the kids as alien life-forms, and learn from them. Shout not at Gram, for she heareth what she chooseth. Though you take on much wine, sing not The Barber of Seville nor show undue attention to your niece, who has become quite the young lady. If belch thou must, let it not herald the start of a contest. Mince no words over the piece of pie which passeth all understanding.

Above all, say nothing on the ride home, even though the temptation to cite what might have happened but didn’t be great. For that give silent thanks, resolving to firm up those plans for Aruba over Christmas.

Only 3 WYK @ House Guy’s Own Left!

November 7, 2017

3 leftCome by the House, even come in, 1215 Drake St, Madison, all non-football Saturdays at 10 am to Noon, all free, but dish required on Dec 16 because we’ll need more than my traditional green been casserole!

Tracy Jane Comer in A House of A Guy’s Own

October 30, 2017


Whad’ya Know!  The wonderful Tracy Jane Comer lights up A House of A Guy’s Own,  Saturday, November 4, so all y’all should make a point of coming by the hut, 1215 Drake Street, Madison, where the (back) door opens at 9:30 am.

You shouldn’t need any more convincing than this gorgeous rendition of ‘There is a Time’ from Tracy’s appearance with Common Chord on our show at the High Noon.