Under threat of bloody shins, we are joined by Manna the Destroyer while we sample an excellent IPA. Matt Allex brags about the many podcasts he hosts and his invention of the quadruple pork sandwich. We discuss the totally awesome Dollar Shave Club, the generation gap when it comes to viral marketing, and Frost tells a story about the ultimate employer payback scheme.
Porter rescues a Urology Nurse's dog on an icy night, leading to a sizable Wisconsin craft beer donation from Rhea Cryingwolf herself. Roundtable rants in silly accents cover everything from the May Day Parade, to bad drivers, to angsty vasectomy workers.
Rhea points out that the photo in our website header came from her wedding album, and naturally tells us troubling stories about pink and purple polka dotted ping pong balls, and a new type of kink that is almost as disturbing as this dashcam footage of a 747 crash in Afghanistan.
Bicycles and short skirts go together like Chicago and tacos. At least that's the theory from cyclist, Twitter addict, and "that girl" TacOcaT who brings us tales of rural life in the Upper Peninsula of Michigan and watching questionable Polish post-apocalyptic sex change videos you never ordered thanks to convienent Netflix mishaps.
If you had the unfortunate pleasure of working at the Minnesota Renaissance Festival for 29 years with the same guy, you would be nuts too. Eric Knight and Tim Wick pair up and face off against Porter and Frost in this episode chock-full of free plugs for every conceivable show the might possibly be involved in, ranging from old-tymey radio theater programs to insult comedy acts.
If you listen to anyone, listen to a washed-up radio host with a big head. Tom O'Connor bestows his opinion of Apple products on us, as well as his take on April Fool's Day pranks, and what not do to when you encounter the police.
The problem with mainstream light beers from Milwaukee is a lack of science. And since this program is about quality libations, it's only natural that we interview a former marine, agronomist, and junior scientist to describe-away our woes. Yes, we like scientists. Especially cute ones who bring us delicious beer.
It's been a whirlwind week full of celebrity deaths, oil spills, and topless muslim women made even more awesome by recent advances in directed energy pulse weapons. That's right, folks... LASER guns!
When the proprietor of the boutique cigar lounge hand-picks samples for you to try, you pay attention. Porter and Frost take a toke with James and Mu of Burn Premium Cigar Specialists where they discuss April Fools Day, the artistry behind the cigars we are smoking, and some recent mishaps in sports that would make a sailor nauseous. Frost counters with his own disastrous tale following the 2013 Firkin Fest in St. Paul.
Put a drink and a microphone in front of a nurse and she'll waste no time in talking about breasts. And testicles. And possibly these Scottish barstools.