Stu and his beloved Bunny just celebrated 30 years by doing the logical thing – surprise you’re married again! Dena’s jewelry shop is finally coming to fruition online. And in memory of Prince, Dena dug up some rare vinyl. Sorry for some fuzzy audio this time; we’ll do better with practice.
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It’s been way too long since we talked. Let’s see what Stu and Dena are up to! It’s all about the Blue Moon, Dena on the set of “Hawaii 5-0”, and the Arizona Cardinals’ new assistant coach, Jen Welter. We’ve got a lot of catching up to do. Please leave a comment and/or like us on Facebook (Big Shoe Stu & Dena Fox).
Stu & Dena FINALLY lay down another podcast, and as usual, we’re all over the board with a report on why we haven’t made it to a spring training game YET, plastic surgery and plastic people at the Oscars. Why was Liza snubbed? And what’s leaking at Dena’s house? As always, your comments would be appreciated.
Big Shoe Stu and Dena Fox ride again, and it’s been a whole season since we last got together. There’s so much to talk about, including Dena’s support of over-fanatic merchants, and Stu’s new job. What kind of stuff happens when you call Go Daddy? A tale from the trenches! And Dena is going shopping – big surprise there. But does she have to do it when she’s planning to do it? Stu thinks not. Be sure to leave us a comment, and feel free to ask any questions. Maybe we’ll talk about YOU next time. Click here to listen!
When we last left our heroes, “Big Shoe” Stu Evans and Dena Fox were discussing the next “opportunity”. Since John Flora and Trey Basha, great guys though they are, are not giving away free groceries, Stu may actually have to “work” for a living. Stop laughing and take a listen. Dena’s favorite time of year means she wants to see dots. And let’s talk about the debates and those endless campaign ads. Have you noticed they all have something in common?
Now here’s a guy with the right idea. And if you can name the politician (his real name), you get extra points. Here’s a hint. he and Stu worked together from 1989 – 1993.