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EPISODE 243: CRIME SMARTER

Why do people like La Croix?, email and shout outs, clarifying vice presidential succession, an update on Stageline Pizza, when real estate meets pizza, misjudging the lineup at the show on Friday, Mugen Hoso, Palabra del Dia (Bonus), finally cleaning out the fridge, Heavy Machinery Hustlers: Bank of America ATM robbery with a forklift, how do I crime smarter?, people are always leaving keys laying around, pros and cons of the FBI taking this case off our hands, law enforcement power struggles, awesome tattoo ideas, trying to pay for lunch, Hero Arsonist of the Week: Firefighters dine on pigs they saved in fire, TFBOTG: mobile mechanic is fixing brakes, Power Moves: stuck between a cop and a hard place, some clumsy burglar leaves DNA behind at the scene, forgetting to flush, planting fake DNA to muddy the waters, and living with an active alarm clock stuck in the walls.

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EPISODE 80: BEAUTIFUL COUNTRY, HORRIBLE PEOPLE

2013-09-07_whgl_09_01_13The guys welcome their friend Troy back to Helena on this episode! Dub starts with a detailed description of his run-in with a bullshit lunch consisting of nothing more than soup and salad. Matt wonders if there’s anyone who actually flaunts their hipsterdom. He brings in Word of the Day and also ponders the downfall of CNN. Dub talks about the history of the word ‘thug’, which originated in India. This leads to a discussion about certain roles within a gang’s hierarchy being made obsolete by technology in order for a gang to operate at peak efficiency.Matt talks about his recent wisdom tooth extraction and the subsequent science experiment gone foul, as well as partying on Amoxicillin.CMFE: Michael Hayes, a mass murderer in Winston-Salem, North Carolina in 1988. This leads to other cold motherfuckers: Ariel Castro and Judge G. Todd Baugh in Billings, MT. They close the episode on a lighter, more speculative note when Matt reads an article about Chris ‘Knight Guider’ Tate, a ghost hunter in South Wales, accused of being a fraud.