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INTRO (2s):

Hide your kids! Lock the doors! You're listening to HR’s most dangerous podcast. Chad Sowash and Joel Cheeseman are here to punch the recruiting industry, right where it hurts! Complete with breaking news, brash opinion and loads of snark, buckle up boys and girls, it's time for the Chad and Cheese podcast. oys and girls.


Joel (21s):

Oh yeah. Celebrating four years together and Chad still hasn't proposed. Hi boys and girls. You're listening to the Chad and Cheese podcast. I'm your cohost Joel "no more remote work for you" Cheeseman.


Chad (37s):

And I'm Chad "just watched the Snyder cut twice" Sowash.


Joel (41s):

On this week show, will you join LinkedIn's Clubhouse? Google and Amazon say, get your ass back to the office, and the Ladders launches a new "innovation." And when I say innovation, I'm using air quotes.


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Joel (1m 55s):

Four years together, man. Have we even mentioned that on the show yet?


Chad (1m 58s):

We have not.


Joel (1m 60s):

March something.


Chad (2m 0s):

We have not and glad you did. Yeah.


Joel (2m 3s):

2016 or '17.


Chad (2m 5s):

About a month in, Holy crap.


Joel (2m 7s):

Remember how much our first show sucked, as if it's all that great now, but anyway.


Chad (2m 15s):

I totally remember.


Joel (2m 16s):

We were totally Ricky, Bobby, like not knowing what to do with our hands. We just rambled on for like two hours.


Chad (2m 24s):

For a first show we thought it was going to take 20 minutes. Yeah.


Joel (2m 28s):

Oh, so happy, happy April fool's day. You pulling any jokes on anybody today.


Chad (2m 34s):

Can't get out to pull any jokes for God's sakes. I'd like to, and hopefully will be soon.


Joel (2m 40s):

Yeah. So last year or the year before I did the old a ultrasound April fool's joke.


Chad (2m 47s):

Oh man. That's so bad.


Joel (2m 49s):

Yeah. It's and it's so cliche, but I just, I did it anyway. And then, and then I got a verbal beating from my wife. So I'm steering clear of April Fools 'cause I only get in trouble when I, when I do something.


Chad (3m 2s):

Yeah. That's a good idea. What you should do is sit down and finally watch the Snyder Cut with Cole on and also Godzilla versus King Kong just came out yesterday. So you have plenty of awesome flicks to sit down and enjoy.


Joel (3m 16s):

So tell the listeners who aren't nerds like you and me, what the Snyder Cut is.


Chad (3m 21s):

The, the justice league Snyder Cut, so first off sack Snyder was the, was supposed to finish the justice justice league movie the first time around, but he had some personal issues or something happened and, and Josh Wheden did it and it turned out to be this powder puff. It wasn't horrible, horrible, but it wasn't amazing. So Snyder comes back and everybody's like, we want the Snyder cut. We want the original vision. So on and so forth. So he comes out with this Epic four hour version that is dark, it's rated R and it is just, it's better than Wheden's. It's not as good as anything really in the MCU, but it is incredibly satisfying to watch.


Chad (4m 8s):

I've watched it twice so far.


Joel (4m 12s):

That's a big applause from Chad that he's invested eight hours of his life in this film.


Chad (4m 18s):

It's good. I can't wait for a Godzilla versus King Kong. I'll watch that thing probably about half a dozen times.


Joel (4m 24s):

Yeah. That one looks weird. Cause King Kong is the good guy and I thought they were both good guys. So it's like Superman versus Batman. I don't understand. I guess not.


Chad (4m 35s):

You don't know, that's how they get ya.


Joel (4m 36s):

I got watch. Well, shout out to my son who turned an age old four. He's the same age of this podcast, which either is it's. I don't know. It's it's a bad omen or a sign of good luck. I don't know what it is, but yeah. Jeremy happy birthday buddy. Four years old.