Straight from the ITS art hut, we bring you our newest project, Ridiculous Dialogue Illustrated! We’re selecting some of the... View ArticleView Article
Our second episode kicks off this week with some more stories of our youth, including our first cars, childhood shenanigans, toys that got away, awkward church stories and even money schemes as a kid.
Episode 2 features Bryan, Kelly, Mike, Rob, Nick and Matt. You’ll also hear from Lang in future episodes, along with some other guests that will make an appearance. Let us know what you think in the comments below. We appreciate your continued support and hope you enjoy the continued look into the day-to-day banter here at ITS.
Ridiculous Dialogue was created to share the banter that takes place at Imminent Threat Solutions on a daily basis. It’s us; candid, unedited and talking about everything from what movies we’re watching to the general geekiness that keeps us laughing here at ITS HQ.
While we generally keep the vibe in our articles PG rated, be warned, it may not be safe to blast over your speakers at work. We hope you enjoy the insight into ITS and who we are behind the scenes as a company; pull up a chair and tune in to Radio ITS.
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Another hilarious podcast. Speaking of listening to cassettes in your first cars, how about the next batch of ITS Field Notes be modelled to look like cassettes? Keep up the great work on the podcast.
@Johnny Dushman Glad you enjoyed it brother! That would certainly be awesome to have cassette pocket notebooks :)