EPISODE 251: PRIMAL JUSTICE BORN OF TRAGEDY

In Episode 251 we’re taking your foot off, over-analyzing the mythology of Jason Voorhees, taking a different approach to writing the next Friday the 13th film, revisiting many classic horror movies, eating dinner in a movie theater, comparing the old and new “IT”, letting Stephen King’s mystical magical elements stay on the written page, coin-flip betting, and getting real about out squat game.

EPISODE 250: A POSITIVE ATTITUDE

We’re bringing 2017 to a close by keeping a positive attitude about battling snow in Helena, surgically creating pockets for smuggling, finding cops on the take, refining plans for heisting ATM’s, sharing our favorite hot cocoa recipes, becoming artisan wood-workers, accepting universal basic income, accidentally calling the cops, and refusing to stand in line.

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EPISODE 249: DO NOT RESUSCITATE

This week we’re figuring out how windows work, looking for blueberry bagels, settling in to the new office space, comparing and contrasting Burger King’s cheese to Wendy’s’ cheese, feeding the cat SpaghettiO’s, equipping our desks with low rider hydraulics, getting ripped off on ergonomic tech, fighting carpal tunnel, getting a lifetime bus pass on our deathbeds, discussing the rise of bitcoin, predicting a bubble, buying new Dickies, and going back to court with a brand new old segment!

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EPISODE 248: BETWEEN A STONE AND A HARD PLACE

Stone’s sitting in this week and we’re talking about Cat/Griz football, the art of tailgating, retractions, a more in-depth Palabra del Dia, hiring strippers to harass our neighbors, hiring a hitman on the cheap in jail, getting tricked by people talking, satire and fake news, visiting a sex doll brothel with odd requests, setting Wal-Mart ablaze, Wal-Mart VS. Costco, Confessions of an Okay Life: Inside the Mind of a Stone, and more!

Talk to your friends this week, people!

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EPISODE 247: THE ROAD KNOWS

This week we’re taking local businesses to court for copping our style, revisiting best practices for winter driving, getting pretentious about drinking wine, facing a democratic recount over naming conference rooms, investing in new noodle bar fork tech, loving big silverware, spotting click-bait headlines, buying cheap chicken and selling it at a premium, reviewing Mindhunter on Netflix, robbing a lot of banks in different costumes, buying new winter tires, misreading the good intentions of neighbors as passive-aggression, purchasing propane, and keeping an open mind while finding fun activities to pass the time during the winter months.

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