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EPISODE 239: A TITLE THAT POPS

Our friend Alex “Biggs” Small joins us for Episode 239 and we’re discussing how to fly the Confederate flag behind your manly truck, recognizing the -isms in old beloved media, Palabra del Dia, speaking Spanish over the radio, killing your boyfriend to avoid reptilians, online cults, plural raptures, how author Chuck Tingle is like the Stephen King of alternative gay erotica, solving arguments with gasoline and alcohol, a Thai breast slapping technique to increase your bust size, the crazy life of Roy Gardner, reporting your cocaine stolen, and much more!

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EPISODE 205: PAID ADMINISTRATIVE LEAVE

205Thug Steak Lil’ Tummies Menu Additions, Matt’s operating on no sleep, small towns are expensive, playing stupid games, taxi vs. uber, cars won’t start, Alexander the Great, CMFE: Canadian strips clubs, loonie coin torture, LDSD: fire house mischief, too old to rock, not calling people, missing Missoula, MHSC: passive-aggressive cop at a Whataburger, a large spider interrupts a conversation about sexual imprinting, Matt’s cat is in love with Matt’s GF, birds, boa constrictors, a man has sex with a van in the street.

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EPISODE 169: LOOKING ON THE BRIGHT SIDE

101815Topics Discussed: What Spiders and Yoga Pants have in Common, Thanksgiving, Friday Night Tips’, Power-Sliding Through Q4, WHGL Weigh In, New Segment Time!, Woman with BIID Blinds Herself Intentionally, Deep Discounts: Craigslist Record Label, Johnnie Walker’s Platinum Label, Internet Scotch Aficionados Describe Alcohol in a Stupid Way, Selling Booze with Celebrities, Word of the Day, Revisiting Slapping People, Meathead Street Cred: Secret Drunk Meat Eaters, Lamb or Beef, Enabling Bad Behavior, International Relations, America’s Not Talking to their Friends, Elton John Retractions, Citizen Kane, High School Reunions, Never Being Great, and the Ego.

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