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Your hosts, Jacob Ahee and Nick Rempe, with the help of their silent producer, Joe Fernandez, lead you into the world of milky, wet grains and fake sugars to give you the best reviews of cereal in the world. Join us every two weeks for a fact-filled, non-racist, and always-hilarious episode.
 
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Finally, your heroes get their ducks in a row to record another cereal based review podcast. The SSCS release schedule reduced in the future, but not forgotten. We cover a whole host of topics, current events and bad jokes like always. Nick does the wrestling thing while we uncover another tender nugget from Jacob's life. We need newer cereals ...…
 
No cereal this month but we sit down to update the Symposium on what we have been up to. Jake goes to Kansas City, Nick meets a teenage hero and Scott stops by to help us celebrate his birthday.By superseriouscerealsyposium@gmail.com (Nick Rempe).
 
This month, we decided use our cereal budget to go see if we could find some ghosts in an old elementary school in Farrar, Iowa. Our budget is rather large... so it was a lot of money for not really noticing any ghost activity. But as always, the stories that surround that cast of characters that accompanied us while we searched boiler rooms, p ...…
 
We lost April's show because of some issues in the Bondurant office but we have fired those interns, hired some new, cheaper interns and then gave them unlimited access to the world wide web. Things are running a lot smoother now. Bills are paid on time, we know what the weather is, we have the entire list of cereals compiled. Interns are reall ...…
 
St. Patrick's Day isn't really a thing for us but when they take that one day celebration and funnel it into a cereal, we need to take it as a serious shindig of Irish tradition and honor. We are all fans of French toast even though we can't figure out why the French are credited with it's creation. It's not like we call them Mexican tacos or A ...…
 
We had a longer conversation that Joe decided to cut up and share to the world. Jake and Nick are in the basement talking about fires, editing woes, Nick's an idea man, Jacob's an editor, Home Improvement talk, Richard Karn's Twitter feed, we meet women online, scopin' bros at the bar, it's "coup," we breakdown acronyms, we look at images on ou ...…
 
Jake and Nick find some time in January to hide out in Nick's basement for a little one-on-one. Joe spent a little time to fix the audio recording (and man, was there a lot to do) and spent time in his new digs. Super bowl of cereal, we talk about the newest flavored Chex cereal and keep things moving forward with tons of topics to catch up on. ...…
 
Welcome to 2015 and I hope that all the engineers in the food lab spend a little more time increasing the quality of the new cereals coming out this coming year. Last year was a bummer, we didn't get to record a cereal of the year because there was no contender for even the top three cereals of 2013. Looking forward to what shows up this year, ...…
 
Hey! If any of you are looking for any last-minute gift ideas for me, I have one. I'd like Frank Shirley, my boss, right here tonight. I want him brought from his happy holiday slumber over there on Melody Lane with all the other rich people and I want him brought right here, with a big ribbon on his head, and I want to look him straight in the ...…
 
Your favorite monthly cereal enthusiast podcast with the review of Kellogg's Rice Krispies Multi-Grain Shapes and Multigrain Cheerios Dark Chocolate Crunch. We will debate which company knows how to put the words "multi" and "grain" together in the most grammatically correct way possible.By superseriouscerealsyposium@gmail.com (Nick Rempe).
 
This week, I (Nick Rempe) am doing the show completely solo and it show-los. But I treat the environment of the show like how I like my environment when I am eating donuts... completely alone. Well, let us figure this out together.By superseriouscerealsyposium@gmail.com (Nick Rempe).
 
This week, join the swashbucklers as they check out the cereal that is responsible for your kids cursing with dolphin sounds and whistling with their nose. We discuss fairs, Russians and how you can get your toes wet in the wild world of wrestling. Let’s keep this ship afloat with another excellent episode of high fructose infused grains and oats.…
 
We take a break while on vacation to catch-up with our favorite cast members. Jacob bought stuff, Nick moved stuff and the Tyler messed up the audio so it is a little rough. Hopefully we will be on track after this week.By superseriouscerealsyposium@gmail.com (Nick Rempe).
 
We can't get it together this week so we talk about how things have been going. Joe was late, Jacob likes Caramellos and Nick gives his Extreme Rules predictions.By superseriouscerealsyposium@gmail.com (Nick Rempe).
 
Much like the description of this week's cereal, we are crispy graham flavored outside, smooth chocolate and marshmallowy filling inside. Might as well put that on our grave when we go to the Podcast Cemetery. We also announce my new show "Podcast Cemetery."By superseriouscerealsyposium@gmail.com (Nick Rempe).
 
We are back in Newton and chomping down on some horse food for Wrestlemania 30. Jacob sells more road technology, Joe makes jokes in the corner and Nick forgets what the topic is.By superseriouscerealsyposium@gmail.com (Nick Rempe).
 
We take some time out of our busy schedule to remember a simpler time. A time when you could get some excitement out of raisins. Jacob, Joe and Nick explain why grapes get a bad rap and why raisins are the elderly of the grape family.By superseriouscerealsyposium@gmail.com (Nick Rempe).
 
Hey man, I hear you like the rock? You're in luck today, my friend. We have Poppin' Pebbles and the apostrophe is intentional. Let's begin.By superseriouscerealsyposium@gmail.com (Nick Rempe).
 
Here are the Symposium, we finally have found something that is starting to contend with our top spot. There is chocolate involved, we like it a little bit, but then we realize the powerful temptation of pizza and it's ability to ruin our comedy, our art. What we produced is something magical. We have something to refrigerate this bitch, you ar ...…
 
We all avoid the flu from patient zero by recording from the comfort of our houses. We apologize for not being available for a true episode but there is nothing we could do to make it a reality. We will be getting together soon for another wonderful episode. For now, enjoy us talking about some really off the cuff topics as we fire a bow into t ...…
 
We start the show trying our best to explain a new spin on eating cereals. Basically, when we do a "versus" episode, we take the name brand cereal and have it challenge it's generic brand counterpart. Since we live in the middle West, we have an abundance of Malt-O-Meal brand cereals and compare the name brand to it. We might move to other gene ...…
 
Welcome to the surprise episode of the Super Serious Cereal Symposium. Have a happy New Year and we can't wait to find out what great cereal will be on the horizon for 2014. Just a reminder, we will be adding this to the new board for 2014 and we will compare all new cereals as we add them to the board. Big thanks to Nicole Rempe for helping us ...…
 
This week, we are trying a super bland cereal which bleeds into the shows comedy. That is a nice way to say, hey, it's not a good episode. There are things in it and here is a list of those things that I write in this space like are they lesbians still?, everybody's is a dick, Pope is like "let's go out and feed the homeless," we are not part o ...…
 
We welcome you back to the deep south with a look into our new snake-filled studio. The snakes are not there to kill us but to power us through our next adventure into corn, wheat and sugar-based foods.By superseriouscerealsyposium@gmail.com (Nick Rempe).
 
We missed Christmas and we can't take it back so we decided to just keep the Christmas vibes going into the new year. It's just a slow cereal season and we need to do our best to keep everyone happy. We ask, "Why do we open it?", we walk across the ceiling in one of Jacob's sex dungeon, that would have been a deal breaker, I would put it here, ...…
 
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