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This week we is more like free form jazz, we start off the show like anyone would -- we discuss pawing the Million Dollar Man's championship belt, we work on our Paul Bearer impressions, we suggest alternatives to Epocot's drinking around the world, we answer the important question: jorts or euro-capris? We talk about the endless possibilities of sneaking drinks into a summer music festival in a Camelback, we briefly talk about Florida's Spring Game and the QB situation and how it could look like the offense of a notorious former SEC head coach. We introduce Brian to internet huckster and snake -excuse me- coconut oil salesman David Avocado Wolf, and then we round out the show by talking about the Florida Fire Frogs Baseball, be stings, calf cramps, some more Fire Frogs, and how scary and weird it is to get let go from a job after 11 years.
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This week we hash out our latest million-dollar-idea: Erotic College Football Head Coach fan-fiction, we explore the world of Chuck Tingle and the need for a Chuck Tingle masterworks coffee table book, we talk about ring tone impulse buys, the infinite possibilities of the multi-verse, meme economy, Jason exposes the boys to Anna Storelli's restaurant outburst, college football spring games, we talk about the graduate transfer roadblock Florida is facing with Malik Zaire, we officially get on board the Florida Fire Frogs bandwagon, we talk MLB and minor league teams, burning interns for personal gain, we try and talk about WrestleMania, The Undertaker, Jake the Snake Roberts, Brutus the Barber Beefcake, the good old days of WWE/WWF Wrestling and the trauma of seeing Jake the Snake Roberts DDTing Ricky "The Dragon" Steamboat on the concrete floor. We then naturally, and flawlessly, transition to talking about Reddit's Place art experiment, then we listen to some Kendrick Lamar's Humble, Blame Candy, the new Body Count, we discus our dislike of most things Jack White, and then we just kind of play random songs from the Judgment Night soundtrack.
Due to scheduling conflicts and limited time to edit, we have a super double secret missing episode. I mean, it isn't actually missing, but it isn't online. I mean, it is sort of on line - you can watch the video of it on our Facebooke page. You're sort of actually listening to episode 28. Keep an eye out for the REAL episode 27 where we are all really drunk and it goes off the rails. ANYHOW. This week we talk about the same things we always talk about: The High Court with Doug Benson, jazz cabbage, college football, college basketball, college baseball, Donald Trump's phoney invoices, local crazy person Rick Wiles and TruNews, USB steaks cookers, room temperature shelf shrimp, Chic-fil-A is delicious, the impracticality of corpse eating robots, we break down Bleacher Report's top whatever overrated college football list, we try and fix hyperinflation in foreign countries, being harassed for donations by political parties and homeless people. #megadong
This week Brian is out and it's all thanks to Amazon literally breaking the internet, we try and listen to Donald Trump's address to the joint session, we talk about Ole Miss players making stacks of money, we talk about the role of the NCAA in the wake of Penn State, Miami, Ole Miss, and now Baylor. Somehow we move on to home improvements shows like Flip or Flop, Fixer Upper, Flipping Vegas and how do borderline unemployed homebuyers afford $500,000 homes? Then we discuss the rise and fall of Bar Rescue, the Confederate Flag and my new favorite YouTube channel, the Nicki Minaj Vs. Remy Ma beef, YouTube clickbait, and then we digress into reading our spam email.
Episode 24: Donald Trump’s Suits Don’t Fit Because He Has The Shoulders of a 14 Year Old Girl With Scoliosis
- Bill Maher's interview with Miley Dopplepopolis
- Disney's decision to drop PewDiePie
- The return of
- Clear Pepsi cocktails
- Taxing robots
- The modest lifestyle of Vladimir Putin
- Taxing the lizard people
- The Jewish banker/lizard people hierarchy
- Flat Earth conspiracies and the undue influence of Big Globe
- Elon Musk's suggestion that this is all a simulation and if we are in a simulation Scott wants to know why he didn't get a better avatar
- Brian shows us basketball player dicks on Snapchat
- We try and figure out YouTube Celebs and Twitch streamers
- Chance the rappers plan to destroy Ticketmaster and scalpers
- and a bunch of other random things that come up along the way.
Scott is back! This week talk a little more about the Super Bowl, Falcons hiring Sark, Patriots players not attending the white house, Trump's handshake, LeGarrette Blount punching Donald Trump, t-shirts that don't fit properly, how fat baseball players are, Chad Kelly's eyebrows, Alabama football recruiting, Nick Saban punching Charlie Weis' gut, arena league football, This Was The XFL, Utah, Arches National Park, Canyonlands National Park, the attack on public lands, we try and figure how to get that sweet sweet George Soros protester money, Obama burner phones, a TON of other things and then we spend way too much time talking about some local radio hack named Rhett Palmer.
Sorry we're late! This week Jason and Brian are joined by "Ray Ray" while Scott is home sick. I'll be honest, there isn't a lot of structure here.
We mostly ramble about the Super Bowl, Barack Obama, Bernie Sanders, John Kasich, mouth kissing Cory Booker, Ted Cruz Porn (and Ted Cruz fetishists), PornHub comments, The Santa Clarita Diet, nature, can I bring 2 shoes on Naked & Afraid?, exploring Utah's National Parks and Monuments, Joe Rogan's constant yelling, Dorothy Lynch Homestyle Dressing and how much it would cost to completely sell out.
After a short hiatus caused by Jason's trip to Utah, and the critically acclaimed musical LA LA Land, we're back to talk about Lane Kiffin getting everyone hyped, National Signing Day, Baylor's latest legal issues (and how even talking about it makes us trolls), Jason thinks he knows food as well as Guy Fieri, we dig, briefly, into Die Antwoord's history, and get side tracked along the way. It's Episode 21 and it is everything you've ever wished for in a podcast. Period.