Episode 263 – Favorite Song Intros

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Skip and Josh countdown their favorite song intros. Those songs that slowly build up or others that start of with big punch right form the start. Either way, the intros to these songs are what make these songs so memorable.  Also in this episode: weird injuries, corrections, the mailbag, Josh’s love of umbrellas and the Habs new reverse retro jerseys.

Additional links that were discussed in this episode:

Montreal Canadiens Reverse Retro Jerseys

Theme music in this episode: “Rumble” from Bensound and “Brit Pop” from Scott Holmes Music.

Episode 180 – We Should All Self Isolate on a Yacht

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3y8dbnIn this episode: Josh opens the show with a strange request and Skip follows up on some corrections from last week. The guys share some thoughts on the NFL draft including bathrobes, commercials, wardrobe changes and yachts. Also: Gronk un-retires, the MLB report on the Red Sox, more classic Expos on TV and Skip’s loyalty to another podcast is tested. Recorded April 25, 2020.


Episode 159 – Old School vs. New School

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il_fullxfull-2122982281In this episode: Listener mail, corrections from last episode, the Habs endless losing streak, the hot start for the Leafs under their new coach, the Bill Peters situation, Duke loses at home to SFA, the Bills take care of the Cowboys on Thanksgiving and a What Bugs Me from Josh.  Recorded November 30, 2019.



Music in this episode: “Rumble” by www.bensound.com , “Brit Pop” by scottholmesmusic.com, “Gonzo” by Jahzzar

Episode 52 – A Ship Without a Rudder

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YankeesOutfield.JPGRecorded Aug 16, 2017. Skip is back from vacation and the guys catch up after not having spoken for over a week.  Josh actually read a book and also feels compelled to correct some things he said in the last couple of episodes. Eventually the conversation turns to sports, specifically baseball where the guys ask: Does it always make sense to acquire players at the deadline? How good are the Dodgers? Can anyone take Giancarlo Stanton’s contract? Are all new records and great performances now in doubt because of potential PEDs? Is there such a thing as the curse of the homerun derby? How awesome is Bryce Harper’s hair? How exactly did the guys decide who’s name came first in the show title?

Music: http://www.bensound.com