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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 85: UNDER THE BRIDGE MONDAY AFTERNOON HOBO BBQ

2013-10-16_whgl_10_14_13Stone and Hogan light up your god damn life this week when they come and talk Weird Al, and the cover of ‘Live and Let Die’ that never was. Hogan talks Duff McKagen’s awesome career choices, and they quickly switch gears to Montana’s new ‘Bring home your roadkill’ program.They talk long and hard about the CarBQ (Car BBQ) and its many incarnations throughout the ages. Hogan talks about John Harvey Kellog and the real reason Corn Flakes are bland as fuck and kinda suck.They talk about Poker playing, and some of the stars who play before segwaying into Confession of a Good Life: Stone’s First Car Accident edition. Dub Confesses to a couple different car mishaps as well. The episode ends talking about a girl with a medical condition that will break your heart. Come get it this week folks, its a fat one!

EPISODE 57: ACT AS IF

2012-11-09_whgl_11_09_12Dub and Matt bounce around a lot in this episode but they start by discussing the recent presidential election: Mitt Romney vs. President Obama.The topic of cold calling for campaigns leads to Dub telling a story about being a telemarketer for two weeks when he was 16. Back to the president’s re-election, Matt wonders why Obama wouldn’t take a more Real World approach to his opponent, Mitt Romney.WORD OF THE DAY! Dub talks about death bed confessions, featuring Christian Spurling, Roger Patterson, and D.B. Cooper. The fact that they both love the show, Alias, does little to prevent a conversation about the show’s obvious shortcomings. One of those shortcomings, as you’ll find out, is not Kevin Weisman. A story about Kevin Weisman’s correspondence with Dub turns into an invitation to be a guest on the show. Another offer is extended toward Luke Perry, again, just for good measure.They talk about the movie trailers for The Big Lebowski and Cloud Atlas. Dub poses the dilemma: Would you trade your life for the answer to the ultimate question?