Brooklyn is not just a place, it's a mentality. This mindset is not unique to Brooklyn. It's infected many of our institutions especially the news. Therefore, think of this show as, "News for people who hate the news." About the host: Conrad Wroth is the most dangerous comedian in New York City. Not only is he educated, physically intimidating, and verbally aggressive, but he is rich beyond imagination. Raised in a wealthy family, there was never a lack of resources, influence, or access to ...
First, old cruise ship turned into homeless shelter. Then, a new horror movie involving technology. Finally, Crazy Rich Asians now in Latino flavor.
First, is music what coral reefs are missing? Next, taxes on French stuff. Finally, it's time to get existential.
First, Taco Bell bisque and making an ad seem like it's a real story. Then, Baltimore mayor goes Clay Davis on Baltimore with children's books. Finally, McDonald's is getting sued because their coffee is too violent.
First, Japan is trying four day work weeks. Then, FitBit gets sold to data company. Finally, Japan also wants to try going cashless.
First, Halloween has the highest percentage of people getting offended for people who they are not. Then, I skipped the rest of the stupid stories and just stuck to Halloween outrage.
First, a Brooklyn hate crime. Then AI in Applebee's. Finally, sexy weed parties.
First, English Man has had enough. Then, priests should flock to South America for a chance at marriage. And finally, how many elephants should die trying to save one?
First, white people like boats. Second, apologize for everything. And finally, pick your poison: danger or irritation.
July 25, 2019 Wow! What a season. Join us this fall after Labor Day for the premiere of Season 2 of Brooklyn Sucks. In today's episode, I didn't know you like to get wet. Then there's an anti-defamation league. Finally, I'm not sure why everyone talking about migrants.
When it comes to Brooklyn, Frank is The Last of the Mohicans. Born and raised in Canarsie, Brooklyn, he has lived in New York City for more than 50 years. Frank has seen it all and is no bullsh*t. Check out his podcast The Terradome.
Conrad travels to the Financial District to talk to Hymen Schermer, a real estate broker. They discuss Hy moving to NYC from Germany after WWII, pool halls, music in The Village, and Brooklyn real estate.
Conrad travels to deep Bushwick to talk to Danielle Jude Langlois. Danielle is one of New York's great bartenders. She explains how to act when you move to Brooklyn, what the heck is happening to Bushwick, and of course COMMUNISM.
Conrad travels to Inwood (the furthest neighborhood north in Manhattan) to talk to Sean O'Hagan, a comedian and hardcore punk musician. He's been in NYC since 1987 and takes Conrad through a brief history of the city from then until and now: including his time growing up in Philadelphia (more specifically, Frankford), moving to the Bronx, and the t…