AJM & The Gingrich Group

Well it’s about that time y’all! Season 3 is scheduled to record and release Episode 1 THIS SATURDAY, August 24! With this new chapter, we are so humbled and proud to announce a new beginning with The Gingrich Group as our 1st Sponsor! Thanks to John and his Team for this exciting new partnership. We […]

Hey Dean!

During The Season 2 Finale of Things You Think You Don’t Care About Podcast, The Average Jos try and have a moment and talk to the man, the myth, the legend that is Dean Lewis in a new segment we have coined, “Hey Dean!”   WHERE TO FIND US Do you want to listen, watch, […]

Tricked Out

The Average Jos and Chris Moyer, #superfan, get together to discuss the simpler times and how things are getting tricked up. When is enough, enough? There are somethings that are awesome the more they become tricked out, and then there are some things that should never be invented. Of course, the Jos always get on […]

NEW AJM Intro Song

The Average Jos and Chris Moyer #superfan collaborate on a new intro song for future episodes of the podcast! Listen HERE Do you want to listen, watch, share, subscribe and follow the Average Jos Media, and the podcast, “Things You Think You Don’t Care About”, but you don’t know where to find us All of […]

90’s Trivia Night @ Flying Saucer on The Lake

The Average Jos coming at you from the Flying Saucer on the Lake for 90’s trivia. Check out some 90’s Flashbacks through the 1st Game of the night.     Winner Winner Chicken Dinner Baby! #averagejosmedia #tytydca #90strivianight #champions #3peat #letsdothis#allwrdoiswinwinwin #anotherone#americasfastestgrowingpodcastfrompeopleyouknow   After the 90s trivia, the Average Jos walk away with another victory. We’re came back LIVE with special […]

Party Time

Listen in as the Average Jos, along with SPECIAL GUESTS Kelly Olivieri and Sarah Combs on S2:E22 Party Time discuss being extra, over-the-top or extravagant when it comes to events, celebrations or various milestones in life.  Is there a point where enough is enough, or is there no limit to how you should celebrate something? […]