Corporate Jocks Happy Hour
Summary: Four guys that sit around discussing sports, life and how to solve the world's imortant issues....kinda
Another classic episode in which: Fahaaj goes to the extreme in his QOTW, Daniel shuts himself down 2x, Greg breaks out another Crabby Old Fart essay, and we stress the importance of extending our podcast footprint.
Donnie begins double fisting and doing shots again. Tattoo'ed middle school girls, flatulence solutions and la cucaracha are all part of the discussion this week. Daniel adds more films to the list of movies he hasn't seen. Who should play Lou in a bio of his life? Who gets Brad Pitt suggested to play them? We also roll out a deadly question for next week's show.
On this episode,a disgraceful amount of corporate terminology is employed. Drink when you hear one! This show was music, music, Shut it Down, music, sports.? music. Opinions are staked and thirsts are slaked.
Don't let the title fool you, it does have something to do with our music heavy episode as we talk about 3 albums we'd want with us on a deserted island. With the fall season starting up our drink of the week definitely has a fall feel and we invite the listeners to help us give it a name.
In keeping with the theme of our Question of the Week of what historical event you'd most like to witness, we make our own history with what may be a record number of shut it downs. Lou suggests a prisoner drink a coffee mug full of butter, Greg makes Prairie Fire shots for the cast and introduces us to a blog by an older gentleman who appears to hate anyone younger than him.
We try an impactful rum beverage and an unflavorful local beer offering, enter television euphoria, discuss exotic potty training, idiot customers, setup next week's historic question of the week, and have a special visit in a new way from one of our founders.
Join us for: slurred cock blocking, vacationers moneyless after conned for last $20, Brandon McCarthy’s impotence problem, queef references, Zephyr hills 3-way action, hamurabi’s code!
What starts off as one tequila shot to start the show quickly snowballs and words start slurring as the producer indulges himself. We touch on facial hair, why Yahoo hates mustaches, bands/acts that aren't around that we'd like to see, and Greg's drinking alcohol out of a coffee pot leads to our question for next week. And yet another challenge is offered to our listeners. Join us, won't you?
We wax poetic about our favorite childhood and high school television, meditate on Julian's wisdom for the week, strap on the Mail Bag, and talk a little Miz Zou football. Our question of the week for next week has some teeth so dig deep. Oh, and as usual we tell an assortment of dbags to shut it down.
After recovering from our 21st episode hangover we touch on our favorite and least favorite parts of the Olympics, what sport we dream about playing professionally as well as our feelings about the Rams chances as they open their training camp. Also we get into some Olympic worthy Shut it Downs while one of our listeners shuts himself down. Don't miss Donnie imparting some drinking knowledge and NBC dropping the ball on their Olympic coverage. Can't wait for next week!
What we meant to say is that, in terms of number of episodes, we can legally drink. We've broken yet another show length record as we break 2 hours, but hey, it's a celebration. Our friend Fahaaj sits in tonight for the historic occasion and he teaches us about Ramadan and leads us into a discussion of how we got on this crazy podcast ride. Enjoy.
With Dr. Lou on call during this show we again roll 3 deep with our cast. Talk about the concert Daniel and Donnie attended the night before recording lead us into an impromptu discussion about our first concerts before we talk about what we'd want our last meal to be. Greg introduces his new 'moral dilemma' segment and we're looking for suggestions on what we can name it. And we're still looking for some of our international listeners to contact us.
After being introduced by our favorite rapper, Krispy Kreme, we start to head down memory lane and reminisce about concerts gone by and which one stands out as our favorites. In doing so some interesting stories come to the surface and make for more interesting conversation. We break our record for our longest show but we hope you have just as much fun listening as we did recording. As always, let us know what you think at firstname.lastname@example.org.