Katie G and Mark Adam start off Episode 14 with more technical issues (insert sarcastic “Whaaaaaat?” here).
Once they get things back on track they discuss their Saturday hangovers (classic) and how kids just do not give any f*#ks about our self-inflicted suffering. Katie G also tells us how she forgets to be professional and constantly puts her foot in her mouth at work.
They also briefly discuss the new Leaving Neverland documentary and how there were even more cases of measles reported.
Katie G and Mark Adam dive into a feel-good podcast this week. They discuss how a group of teens helped out a snowed-in neighbour by shovelling her driveway so she was able to make her dialysis appointment. Another group of teens banded together to help out a fellow classmate who was going through a tough time.
They do also chat about the 44-year-old bus driver from Pennsylvania who dropped 30 high school kids at a gas station, flipped them off and told them to go f*#k themselves.
They then decide to discuss when they were kids, and how their parents’ bad decision making lead to some horrible hairstyles and unfortunate piercings.
Katie G and Mark Adam discuss the residential schools in western Canada and how, until as late as the 1960s, kids were taken from their homes to be taught “Canadian values” rather than their own Native culture.
Amelia, Adam’s 4-year-old daughter, makes an unplanned guest appearance in this episode… because that’s how you podcast with kids!
They also discuss how kids tell all the truths whether you want them to or not.
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Katie G and Mark Adam discuss national anti-bullying day and how bullying has effected them personally. They also talk about the “Momo challenge” and how disturbing messages are being maliciously integrated into kids videos on YouTube.
Katie G and Mark Adam discuss the importance of teaching our kids about the value of money and how one credit card company encourages people to acquire debt with the slogan “Don’t Live Life Without It”.
They also discuss the update on the suspect in the Amber Alert from Ontario last week, as well as the tragedy that occurred this week in Halifax which brought the whole community together.
Katie G and Mark Adam catch up after Katie G was in New Brunswick last weekend with a bunch of kids in a cold rink. Mark Adam gives us the adorable details of his Daddy-Daughter Valentines Day date and how he hopes to set the standard for his daughter of what defines a good man. Also, things get heavy-hearted as they discuss the tragic event that happened following an Amber Alert from Brampton, Ontario this week.