We recorded both The Man Who Ate the Town and The Beer Dads today.
Ray and I talk about burgers, Hop’s Burger Barn, Carmine’s 901 (or what used to be), journalistic integrity and source dependency, and other foodstuffs. We did touch on the Thanksgiving gathering that we were both a part of, too.
The Beer Dads touched on the “other side of Christmas, the parts that we don’t actually like. We are all Scrooges in some way or fashion. Plus, we give Beer Dad Paul a hard time about his dislike of Journey.
I want to say, too that today was my first day away from The BCPF since last Thursday and I missed the heck out of her today. But, that’s how it should be, right? I think she may have missed me a little, too.
To hear The Man Who Ate the Town click HERE. Or, to hear The Beer Dads click HERE. Remember you can subscribe on Stitcher or iTunes and now, even on Spotify. Really, anywhere you get your podcasts. Finally, you can always visit The Less Desirables Network website. No matter how you listen, I appreciate that you do.
Until tomorrow, same blog channel…
“Just a small town girl, living in a lonely world. She took the midnight train going anywhere. Just a city boy, born and raised in South Detroit. He took the midnight train going anywhere.” – “Don’t Stop Believin'” (Schon/Perry/Cain)
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Internet high five to Paul. I’m not a Journey fan either…