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EPISODE 241: FRIENDSHIP FINDS A WAY

Happy Birthday, WHGL! We’re kicking off our sixth birthday with whole new outlook on life and we’re talking about picking out whore-bots on facebook, slowing down for mountain bikers, better pizza intel than last week, awkwardly engaging strangers, abiding by the social contract of acting like everything’s okay, Chef Anne Burrell’s pop-up Cheetos restaurant in NYC, an UPDATE on an old Unsolved Mystery, re-examining our target demographic, other found notes on Rodney St., stealing from a car you just rear-ended, never being too careful around EMT’s, and how everyone’s apparently selling fake drugs now.

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EPISODE 7: 1882, THE YEAR MEN WERE MEN

2011-09-09_whgl_09_09_11Dub and Matt go over fun facts about the terrible history of Labor Day followed by the delicious origins of Chicken and Waffles as illustrated by our roommate, Medical Mike. We talk directly out of our ass about football and sports in general.A brief conversation about Mark and Donnie Wahlberg opening a restaurant leads to a long forgotten tale of Mark Wahlberg’s dark and sordid past. We take a trip through the life and times of John Singleton’s personal and professional triumphs and tribulations, followed by an examination of Ice Cube, then and now.